Montmartre is a historic and charming neighbourhood, a village at the heart of Paris. There, you will find artists’ workshops, bistros with delightful terraces, restaurants serving traditional French cuisine, winding cobbled streets, delightful music and of course the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
Stroll to the top of the hill in Montmartre, at a height of 130 metres to enjoy breathtaking panoramic views over Paris, worthy of the greatest movie scene.
What’s more, the whole family is sure to enjoy a ride on “the little train of Montmartre” which offers a 40-minute guided tour of the picturesque village and its famous landmarks.
Montmartre is also known for its arts and craft boutiques, gardens, and street artists who set up their easels on cobblestones.
Even today, Montmartre remains one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris.
How do you get to Montmartre by metro or RER?
Anvers, Pigalle, Blanche, Abbesses, Lamarck – Caulaincourt, Jules Joffrin