At the Grand Bassin, model sailboats can be rented, while at the pint-sized Théâtre du Luxembourg, visitors are treated to a complete theater experience in miniature: in a hall filled with child-sized seats, marionettes put on shows whose antics can be enjoyed even if you don't understand French. Just north of the theater, kids of up to 35kg (75lbs) can ride Shetland ponies. Less rider-friendly, you can visit the 'ruches' (beehives), established here in 1856. There are also numerous sporting fields and facilities. For higher-brow visitors, the early-20th-century Musée du Luxembourg at 19 Rue de Vaugirard is dedicated to presenting the work of living artists. The Palais du Luxembourg is worth a look.
If all people do their job with passion and such knowledge like our guide there would be less problems in the world.
Kit was our tour guide and he did a wonderful job. His' nowledge of the Latin Quarter was amazing. Recommend taking this tour if you want to learn more about this area of Paris.
A great walking tour of the Latin Quarter. Our very small group tour - just my wife and myself - thouroughly enjoyed this tour. From the Pantheon to Notre Dame and points in-between, our guide walked us through history new and old. From where the French kept their prisoners to where Woody Allen filmed parts of Midnight In Paris.
To get there by train, take RER line B to Luxembourg