Thursday, November 28, 2013

1 DAY Walking TOUR
Saint Germain des Pres + Latin Quarter  
Some of our favourite streets to wonder down, cafes, touristic places and of course a must try boulangerie and chocolatier.
Get your walking shoes and appetites ready..
As featured on our website:
  • 7.30am BREAKFAST @  St Regi's Cafe (on isl. Saint Louis)
  • 8.30am Walk Quai de Montebello map / Quai des Grands Augustins (enjoy the antique/rare booksellers along the seine banks)
  • 9am Wonder Rue de Seine Map - turn right at Rue Jacob
  • 9.30am Rue Bonaparte Map - drop into Laduree for macaroon gifts or samples
  • 10am Boulevard Saint Germain Map
  • 10.30am BRUNCH @ Brasserie Lipp, 151, boulevard Saint-Germain Map
  • 11.30am Rue des Saints Peres Map (to reach DeBauve and Gallais Oldest Chocolatier in Paris - see above)
  • 12pm Rue des Sevres - to go to Le Bon Marche Map or Le Grand Epicierie
  • 12.30pm Rue Cherche-midi - this street is worth walking all the way down to Blvd Montparnasse (and back) popping in and out of the little boutiques along the way - visit Polaine Boulangerie for a treat!
  • 1pm Place Saint Sulpice - the 2nd largest church in Paris. Map.
  • 1.30pm LUNCH @ Le COMPTOIR Map.
  • 3pm Passage Cours du Commerce Saint-André - the oldest passage in Paris and where you will find Le Procope the oldest cafe in Paris. Map.
  • 3.30 Jardin Luxembourg Map - spend an hour mastering the art of doing nothing but parisienne watching.
  • 4.30pm La Sorbonne Map
  • 5pm Place du Pantheon Map
  • 5.30pm Rue Mouffetard Map - watch the aperitif hour begin. Feel free to pick a bar here OR...
  • 6pm APERITIF @ AU SAUVIGNON Map (back on Rue des Saints Peres - there is reward in sacrifice and hardwork or walking :) See above Bar recommendation.
  • 7.30pm DINNER @ La Closerie des Lilas - This is a literary and artistic landmark, having hosted the likes of Ernest Hemingway. A restaurant with pleasant terrace for dining in the warmer months, a cafe-brasserie and live music most evenings, La Closerie retains the ambiance of old-world Paris with its red leather booths, zinc bar and soft candlelight.

171 Bld Montparnasse 75006 Map

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