Montmartre typifies all things quintessentially Parisian, from terrace cafes to romping bars and clubs, drunken can-can dancers to budding street artists and performers, bourgeois-bohemian apartments to tiny cobblestone streets. We begin our tour at the border of Montmartre by the infamous Moulin Rouge. From there, we move up the hill to artist studios, statues of pop stars, and the church at the highest point of Paris; Basilica Sacré Coeur. On our tour of Montmartre, we discover what it is that made Vincent Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali want to call this eclectic district home.
Take advantage of our group discount of 10% for groups of 10 or more!
Tour times & bookings
Every day at 6 PM
Meet in front of the Starbucks Coffee at Metro Blanche.
This walking tour usually includes the sites & stories below and lasts on average 2 hours, but can change depending on the guide:
- The Artists’ Square
- Paris’ last surviving windmill
- Montmartre Vineyard: Paris’ last authentic vineyard
- Picasso’s studio
- Van Gogh’s House
- The incredible legend of Paris’ first bishop, headless Saint Denis
- Café des Deux Moulins (from the movie Amélie)
- Renoir’s world-famous painting, Bal au Moulin de la Galette
- Basilica Sacré Coeur (a beautiful church with the highest view of Paris)
- Toulouse Lautrec and French can-can dancers
- The Moulin Rouge
- Lapin Agile – the cabaret bar where Picasso often exchanged paintings for food
- Paris’ Red Light District
- La Place Dalida, dedicated to one of Paris’ most famous gay icons
…and so much more!