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Paris is full of unusual places and wonders! Among the many treasures of the capital, the Montmartre village in the 18th arrondissement remains a must-see Parisian getaway.
Your qualified local guide, passionate about the history of Montmartre, will accompany you throughout this discovery tour to teach you everything you need to know about this legendary district.
Did you know that a large part of Montmartre was not incorporated into Paris until 1860? This annexation was carried out following a law on January 1st 1860, ordering the extension of the limits of Paris.
As soon as you arrive in Montmartre, you will be amazed by the new art style of the metro station, Place des Abbesses. The aedicule designed in 1900 by Hector Guimard (1867 – 1942), a famous architect-designer, is today a symbol of an entire era in the City of Light.
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Among the surprising places, you will discover on the hill: Le Clos Montmartre, the oldest vineyard in Île-de-France. The production and bottling of the “Clos Montmartre” cuvée take place within the vineyard itself.
The notoriety of Montmartre has continued to grow over the centuries. Moreover, each year millions of visitors and tourists from all over the world come to admire this authentic, multi-faceted village.
Montmartre was the favourite place of several artists, impressionists, writers, stars… Jacques Prévert, Boris Vian, Vincent Van Gogh, Cézanne, Pissaro, Joséphine Baker and many others! From 1860 to 1960, The montmartrois song made an astounding impression.
Today, this cultural and artistic district attracts and still delights all kinds of celebrities. Several cinematographic works have been shot in Montmartre, including the fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain.
Walkthrough the Lepic street, made famous thanks to this film, and let yourself be seduced by the pretty facades as well as the café des 2 Moulins referring to the two emblematic mills of Montmartre: the Moulin Rouge and the Moulin de la Galette.
The old center of the Montmartre village called Place du Tertre, with these painters, portrait painters, restaurant terraces…. will captivate your attention!
At the foot of La Butte Montmartre overlooking Paris, 130 meters above sea level, the admirable Basilica of the Sacred Heart, in accordance with the Romano-Byzantine architectural style, built-in 1874 stands proudly in front of you. A breathtaking panorama of the entire city awaits you.
Not far from this building, the hill is home to other equally remarkable monuments: the Church of Saint Pierre de Montmartre, in Romanesque and early Gothic style – one of the oldest in Paris built in 1134 – and the church of Saint Jean de Montmartre, neo-Gothic, art nouveau built-in 1894.
This artistic setting hides countless gems and Parisian residences where illustrious characters have lived: the magnificent house of Dalida, located in the rue d’Orchampt, the boat-wash house, place Émile-Goudeau, the former guinguette and then the artists’ city, frequented by Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire, Modigliani, Juan Gris….
The district is teeming with architectural and gastronomic riches, artists’ residences and hidden corners to discover with friends, family, groups or lovers. If you want to explore Montmartre in-depth, just let us know to establish a personalized tour for you.
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Your local certified guide and a Parisian expert will meet you at the Lamarck Caulaincourt metro exit on line 12, located on the north side at the bottom of the Butte Montmartre.
Before even starting the visit, your attention will stop on the charm of this new art metro entrance at the Hector Guimard entrance building. It is surrounded by two staircases that lead you to the Joëlle Le Tac square, the small Saint Vincent cemetery.
From the metro exit, you will start your guided discovery walk for about 2 hours towards the old town of Montmartre which was attached to Paris in 1860. This district of Paris, by virtue of its geographical location, has kept a different atmosphere from the rest of the city. capital city. You will feel a different Paris as you ascend to the highest point of the capital. You will observe a first stop on the edge of the Montmartre vineyard, officially named Clos Montmartre. This face of the hill is rather residential. Unlike the south side, which is very touristy and offers a 360 ° view of Paris.
You will continue this visit through the unmissable Basilica of the Sacred Heart and from the square, Paris will be at your knees. Finally, a short stop in front of the 12th century Saint Pierre de Montmartre church combines Romanesque, primitive Gothic and flamboyant styles. A short distance away you will arrive at Place du Tertre, and from this square, you will take Rue Norvins to get closer to the Galette mill, Dalida’s house, the wash house, an old ballroom that became at the end of the 19th century an artists’ residence frequented by Pablo Picasso, Guillaume Apollinaire and Modigliani.
You will end the visit with a snack on rue Lepic in the heart of Montmartrois shops.
Depending on your wishes, the snack can turn into lunch or deepen the discovery of this district or even discover another part of Paris.