The Latin Quarter adopted its name from the early Latin speaking students that lived there and has been inhabited since the ... More
The Latin Quarter adopted its name from the early Latin speaking students that lived there and has been inhabited since the early Middle Ages. You will generally find artists, intellectuals, and others who have adopted a Bohemian lifestyle. This area include various Paris landmarks like the Musee de Cluny , the Institut du Monde Arabe , the Muse National d'histoire Naturelle , and the Jardin des Plantes . At the heart of Latin Quarter, as its symbol, stands famous University La Sorbonne . It's a vibrant neighborhood with both historical buildings and fine shops. At night, enjoy the smoky pubs and jazz clubs.
Nearly 2.5 million visitors each year come to see the largest collection in the world of impressionist artwork, found in
the splendid Musée d'Orsay. The building itself, called the Gare d'Orsay, was built for the World's Fair of 1900. ...
The Latin Corner is the ideal place to organize your BFF's bachelorette party. From the cocktails to the decor, everything
is 100% designed to please the girls: hanging bras above your head, good looking waiters and delicious cocktails. From ...
The museum opened its doors for the first time in 1937. Since then, the museum has been dedicated to modern
art (from the 1960s on). Its permanent exhibition, which is free entry, houses over 8000 works, among them you ...