This Neighbourhood of Montmartre is an ancient village in the 18th arrondissement which was annexed to Paris in 1860. Close to the district of Pigalle, it is located to the North of the capital, on the “Butte Montmartre” 130m tall hill. Majestically at the top of a 237 steps climb, sits the Sacré Coeur Basilica which is the monument that reaches the highest into the Parisian sky, alongside the Eiffel Tower. On a clear day, an onlooker can see all around for 30 miles. Barely a stone’s throw away from the Basilica is the Place du Tertre, a lively square where artists will be delighted to do your portrait for the first time. Surrounded by quaint little streets and alleys you can findinformation desk, press kiosk and the Espace Dali dedicated to the surrealist painter. At the foot of Montmartre, Pigalle offers a variety of burlesque entertaining such as bars and night-clubs where to get out. The beginning of the 20th century saw the Montmartre became one of the most central artistic areas of Paris, a place where Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh and Modigliani performed and used to call home. The Montmartre butte is also a popular destination for connoisseurs of theatre and cabarets as it is where the legendary “Chat Noire” and “Lapin Agile” can be seen. The French singers Edith Piaf and Georges Brassens both began their careers on stage at this place. Immortalized by French Impressionist painter Renoir, the former popular cabaret of the Moulin de la Galette is the only windmill in Montmartre that is still in working conditions. At the foot of the Montmartre hill, close to the metro “Blanche”, 82 boulevard de Clichy, can be found the most famous cabaret in the world, of the Belle Epoque period, in Paris France. The Moulin Rouge is well-known by European and American people. Experience the festive atmosphere of Montmartre and spend a delightful evening seeing a show in “le Moulin Rouge”, discover the performance of the women dancers with their amazing costumes, spectacular can-can. Enjoy a nice cup of Champagne while seating at a table in front of the stage during the show.
Take a guided tour of Montmartre and discover its picturesque spots: the Place du Tertre, the vineyard of Montmartre, the Abbesses neighborhood, and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
Join a 2-hour guided walking tour of secret Montmartre. Discover this famous neighboorhood off the beaten track and enjoy a tasting of a one of Paris' best butter croissant.
This Montmartre food and wine tour will not only unveil the mysteries of this mythical hilltop village, it will also give you a taste of what the best food artisans in Paris are capable of!
As the cradle of the Parisian wine making, Montmartre is the perfect setting for a wine and bistro evening tour!
On this Paris exploration, you will travel back in time, and explore the scandalous side of Paris! Your local expert guide will tell you some of the naughtiest stories and anecdotes of the Belle Epoque Period.
Explore the beautiful artists’s quarter of Montmartre in Paris with this fascinating 2-hour guided tour.
This walking tour of Montmartre is all about romance - learn stories of love and lust with your guide, see historic monuments representing the City of Lovers, and learn some terms and words to woo the French themselves.
Make your way up the hill of Paris known as Montmartre on this tour where you'll have plenty of opportunities to learn and enjoy some of the local gastronomy
Visit Montmartre Village by Citroën 2CV. Admire the Place du Tertre, Pigalle, and end your visit with a picture of the Sacré Cœur.
Go see the breathtaking show at the Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret in Pigalle! But first, visit Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur and the Place du Tertre and enjoy a traditional dinner with music in the air.