Montmartre, is one of the must-see districts during any stay in Paris! This typical Parisian place is filled with history and charm: historical monuments, Parisian atmosphere, art and culture. Each year, thousands of visitors come and climb up the steps to the Sacré Coeur, stroll through the cobbled streets and the cemetery alleys, get on the funicular or have a break at the terrace of a “café”. Overhanging the 18th arrondissement on its 130-meters-high hill, Montmartre is like a small village in the heart of the capital. This historical district has so many activities to offer. So how to organise your day when you go there? Paris City Vision offers you this guide that will help you get the best of Montmartre! Discover Montmartre’s typical arty alleys, green areas and the beauty of some of its historical monuments such as the Sacré Coeur. Let yourself be overwhelmed by the Parisian atmosphere of Montmartre and have an unforgettable trip in the capital!
Plan your visit
In order to best organize your visit to Montmartre, here are all the practical information you need, including interesting offers!
What to see in Montmartre?
- Les Halles Saint Pierre
- The "I love you" wall
- Saint-Vincent Cemetery
- The cemetery of Montmartre
And of course, the famous majestic Basilica of the Sacred Heart!
Take the funicular Stroll through the Amélie Poulain setting Walking in the Clos Montmartre vineyards
- Montmartre Museum
- Dali Paris
- Saint Peter's Church
The must-sees and must-dos
- Dinner at the Moulin de la Galette
Have a look at our selection of restaurants to try French cuisine during your stay in Montmartre!
Discover the shows that make the heart of this district beat:
- Cabaret du Lapin Agile
- Cabaret Patachou
Montmartre is the bohemian district that has inspired many artists, including famous painters. When strolling along the Place du Tertre, why not have your portrait drawn by one of the artists there.