Around the Saint Severin Church
Thursday, 12 January at 10 am
The Saint-Séverin district was the first district inhabited by the Romans on the Left Bank. Dominated by vineyards, this settlement developed in the Middle Ages around two charming churches: the Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre Church and the Saint-Séverin Church. Little by little, the very first Left Bank colleges invaded the Latin Quarter.
This visit will therefore be an opportunity to discover one of the oldest districts of Paris, very well restored with its many old shops.
Buy your tickets using the links in the titles above.
Price of each visit
23€ for ALORA members + entrance fee when applicable
26€ for non-members entrance fee when applicable
For more information, contact Claude.