Explore one of Paris' most popular neighbourhoods, Montmartre, with a can't-miss Montmartre Walking Tour

On a hill in Paris' 18th arrondissement over looking the city is Montmartre, an historic Parisian district synonymous with artists and cultural icons. During the Belle Époque, many artists worked and lived in Montmartre, including Modigliani, Monet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, van Gogh and more. Iconic for the white-domed Sacré-Cœur basilica and home to the Moulin Rouge, Montmartre should be on every Parisian visitor's list.

Join your expert guide, learn about the history, admire the architecture and discover local secrets around this beloved neighbourhood. Along the way, your guide will point out local food specialists and let you in on the local secrets to shopping for and enjoying Paris’ finest cheese, charcuterie, bread, wine and more.

Tour duration: 2 Hours

Highlights

  • 2 hour walking tour with an expert guide
  • Discover local food specialists
  • Learn about Montmartre's history, culture and food

Did you know?

  • Bishop Saint Denis was decapitated on the hill of Montmartre in 250 AD by the Romans
  • Montmatre was not considered part of Paris until 1 January 1860 when it was annexed to the city and became part of the 18th arondissement of Paris
  • Don't miss the artists and their easels near the Sacré Cœur basilica each day amongst the colourful setups of the Place du Tertre
  • The Moulin Rouge was founded in 1889 and is the birthplace of the French cancan
  • There's a small vineyard in Montmartre with a yield of approximately 500 litres a year

How to get there

- Blanche (line 2)
- Bus 30

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Monday 14.00
Tuesday 14.00
Wednesday 14.00
Thursday 14.00
Friday 14.00
Saturday 14.00
Sunday 14.00

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Address:

5 Place Blanche 75009 Paris, France

Telephone:

+33 (0)1 86 65 39 88