Its artistic history made Montmartre one of the most visited areas in Paris. With its narrow streets, and its famous Sacré Coeur Montmartre is an emblematic place of the French capital.
Guided tours off the beaten track will allow you to see the real face of Montmartre. With passionate English speaking guides, you’ll get to know all the sorties behind Paris’s most artistic place from Bohemia to the 1900s gay Montmartre.
Montmartre is by definition related to bohemian with its famous cabarets and iconic singers such as Edith Piaf or Charles Aznavour. Singer Dalida has also lived in this area and is represented in a fabulous statue in Montmartre cemetery as well as her bust in Dalida square in front of the house she lived in. The streets of Montmartre have kept in heritage a very festive and popular vibe with still nowadays many theaters, cabarets, bars and restaurants.
With movies like Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris or Amelie Poulain, over the years Montmartre has become an iconic place of cinema. More than a simple decor, the area has become a real film character itself.
Perfect place for all the “gourmands”, in Montmartre you’ll find some of the best restaurants and caterer of the capital. The multicultural neighborhoods surrounding Montmartre such as Barbès or Château-Rouge are also the best places to discover African and Magrebine specialties.
While in Montmartre don’t miss the Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen market nearby!
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Discover other popular and dynamic neighborhoods such as Belleville or the northeast of Paris, the heart of street art.