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Picture a hilltop district with cobblestone streets, quaint boulangeries and laden with art, history, and culture. Montmartre in Paris is all that and much more. Once home to many famous artists including Picasso, Van Gogh, and Renoir, Montmartre today still houses Paris’ artistic creativity. From cabarets like the iconic Moulin Rogue to street artists and galleries, Montmarte’s narrow streets bustle with life. On top of it all, sits the famous white Basilica you can spot from anywhere in Paris, the Sacré-Coeur.
While there's plenty to see in Montmartre here are some unmissable sights you'll come across during your tour
This white basilica is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Paris. Climb to the top for stunning views of the city, and take this religious place. The basilica is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and was built in the late 19th century.
This iconic red windmill is a must-see for any visitor to Paris. Take in a show of the French can-can, or just admire the Belle Époque architecture. It was once a popular spot for artists and writers, and is now a popular tourist destination.
This square is home to a lively market of artists who sell their paintings and sketches. Have your portrait drawn by a talented artist, or just enjoy street performances, so you're sure to see something interesting while you're there.
This charming café was a favorite haunt of artists such as Picasso and Van Gogh. Enjoy a coffee or croissant in the same place where some of the greatest works of art were created.
Montmartre Walking tour: 2 PM, daily.
Montmartre Art tour: 10 AM, Friday and Saturday.
The best time to visit Montmartre in Paris depends on your preferences. For those who enjoy mild weather and blooming gardens, spring (April to June) is ideal. Fall (September to November) offers pleasant temperatures, fewer tourists, and vibrant foliage, making it another great choice. To avoid the peak summer crowds, plan your visit for early morning or late afternoon year-round, allowing you to savor the charm of Montmartre with a bit more tranquility.
Address: Montmartre, 75018 Paris, France | Find on Maps
A Montmartre Tour is a guided tour of the Montmartre district of Paris. It typically includes visits to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Place du Tertre, and the Moulin Rouge.
Taking a Montmartre Tour in Paris is a fantastic idea. You'll have the chance to explore the neighborhood's history and culture with knowledgeable guides, and you'll get up close and personal with iconic spots like the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and the Moulin de la Galette. Plus, you won't have to worry about finding your way around, and you'll even have the opportunity to meet fellow travelers who share your love for all things Paris.
A typical Montmartre Tour will include visits to the following places: The Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Place du Tertre, The Moulin de la Galette, The Musée de Montmartre, and the vineyards of Montmartre.
Depending on your ticket and tour type, your tour can last anywhere between 90 minutes to 2 hours.
Montmartre tour tickets start as low as €28. Your tickets come with an expert local guide who knows Montmartre like the back of their hand. Additionally, guided tours let you make the most of your time and money.
No, your Montmartre tour tickets do not include transfers.
Apart from iconic landmarks like the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and the Moulin de la Galette, Montmartre offers the charm of vineyard strolls and the artistic history at the Musée de Montmartre. Food enthusiasts can savor diverse French cuisine and the lively nightlife beckons with bars and clubs for a memorable evening.
While Montmartre tours are accessible for individuals with visual impairments (guide dogs are allowed on tours), it's recommended people with reduced mobility don't opt for walking tours.