Montmartre, a village in the city, discover the Montmartre area and his Sacrée coeur Montmartre is a must-see in Paris with surprises around every corner.
This famous area perched on its hill enjoys a village atmosphere.
Explore Place du Tertre, a lively and charming square cum open-air studio where Montmartre’s artists all gather.
Watch original works of art being painted before your very eyes.
Enjoy the incredible panoramic views of Paris from the Sacré Cœur basilica within walking distance of the square on the summit of Butte Montmartre.
Wander through the area's cobbled lanes and discover its little villas.
The best of Montmartre is at the bottom: its staircases, alleys, street lamps and legendary locations.
Stroll through Montmartre’s parks Nature is still very much in evidence in Montmartre.
You can find unusual fauna at every turn.
Wander through Saint Vincent Park, a unique and unspoilt natural site in Paris.
On the corner of Rue Saint Vincent, you may be surprised to find Montmartre’s vineyards, the oldest in Paris.
A small piece of land where they have been growing for decades and during harvest season, Parisians and tourists alike are invited to take part in grape-picking and tasting workshops.
From Montmartre to the Moulins Take Rue Lepic on the way down the hill and you’ll see the Moulin de la Galette in the distance.
The walk ends in front of the most famous Parisian cabaret: the Moulin Rouge.
It is highly popular with tourists as it embodies Paris in its heyday.
Let the feel good factor take over and treat yourself to a show.