Paris Neighborhoods

The “other” Latin Quarter

THE SOUTH EAST OF THE LATIN QUARTER : the Latin Quarter OFF THE BEATEN TRACK …where Parisians love to go, where visitors rarely go… If you like wandering off the...

An Atmospheric 19th century private walking tour

An atmospheric 19th century tour : Be a flâneur in the 19th century of Paris with Ann Jeanne in Paris Allow yourself to be transported into this old fashioned luxury...

So Parisian ! (from Daguerre to Montsouris tour)

On your next visit to Paris, I suggest you this walk with Ann Jeanne in Paris (me, native Parisian !) in an area, where you’ll have a real feel of...

Saint Germain des Prés : a GRAND CLASSIC

The “grand classic” private walking tour in Saint Germain des Prés with Ann Jeanne in Paris On the left bank, Saint Germain des prés is renowned for its famous cafes,...

Montparnasse : the LOST GENERATION and the “ROARING 20s”

The spirit of the "Roaring 20s" : Montparnasse was the heart of Paris intellectual and artistic life. Nowadays the feel of a real neighborhood.

MONTMARTRE : a village in Paris

Montmartre is a village in Paris, with winding streets, long stairways, a vinyard and a wonderful view from the Sacré Coeur basilica. By the end of the 19th century, it was a gathering place for artists, writers, poets...

An old-world charm : the Faubourg Saint-Antoine

An OLD TRADITION of craft and cabinetmaking : carpenters, cabinet makers, hupholsterers, chair caners, scrap dealers, rags pickers... Strolling in this neighborhood will give you an idea of what was the 18th and 19th century in Paris

The LATIN QUARTER, the student’s headquarter

The Latin Quarter is located on the Left Bank, between the Seine and the Luxembourg Garden.  It’s an area known for its lively, narrow and winding streets, its students bookshops,...