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MONTMARTRE lifestyle, art & food tour


We'll walk and explore beautiful places, some secret gardens and hidden streets. We'll discover lovely cafés, shops, art galleries. Our tour includes charming sites that have forged the international renown of Montmartre:

- Moulin Rouge Cabaret and the Red light district
- Ateliers and homes of great artists: Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec
- Movie spots from 'Amélie', among others films
- Square des Abbesses and the romantic 'I love you' wall
- The last windmills and beautiful vineyards
- We'll find out one of the oldest Parisian church, a former abbey
- We'll finish discovering the Artists Square (Place du Tertre) and the beautiful Basilica of the Sacred Heart: where we'll get fabulous views of the Parisian rooftops.

Keep in mind that halfway through our tour we'll take a break and taste nice French cheeses and cold meats with a glass of wine or other soft drink (included in the Experience).

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  • What's included :
    • Dinner - We'll visit one of the most beautiful and historical places in Montmartre: here we will share a tasting of French cheeses and cold cuts, bread and a glass of wine (or another non-alcoholic drink).
    • Alcoholic Beverages
    • Soda/Pop
    What's excluded :
    • For organizational reasons I can't guarantee the satisfaction of special diets.Thanks for understand
    • Entry/Admission - Le Clos Montmartre
  • This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Pass By: Moulin Rouge, 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris France

    Our meeting point will be outside the Moulin Rouge, considered the most famous cabaret in the world. We will describe the life and time when Montmartre was the center of the city's artistic, nocturnal and bohemian life.

    Pass By: Café des Deux Moulins, 15 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France

    Beautiful and traditional Parisian café, famous worldwide thanks to the movie Amelie.

    Pass By: Van Gogh's House, 54 rue Lepic, 75018 Paris France

    Brothers Theo and Vincent van Gogh shared an apartment on the third floor of this building from 1886/1888. Van Gogh came to Paris to improve his technique and to try to penetrate the Parisian arts world of painters, schools, galleries, styles and theories.

    Pass By: Rue des Abbesses, 75018 Paris, France

    One of the most beautiful and hectic shopping streets in Montmartre: filled with local food shops, cafes, terraces, upscale bakeries.

    Pass By: Le Mur des Je t'aime, Square Jehan Rictus, 75018 Paris France

    The I Love You Wall is a 40 square meter art installation that found a permanent home on the hillside neighborhood of Montmartre. Also the I Love You Wall is the brainchild of a man named Frédéric Baron. The story goes that back in 1992 when he began a personal endeavor to collect all of the different ways that existed in the world by which to say “I love you”.

    Pass By: Place des Abbesses, Paris France

    Place des Abbesses it's a stunning square located in one of the most beautiful and dynamic areas of Montmartre. When you are here your eyes can turn from the metro entrance, a master piece of Art-Nouveau, designed by Hector Guimard, to the carrousel, from the cast iron street lights to the Wallace fountain. In the adjoining Square Jéhan-Rictus, groups of toddlers play at the foot of an enamelled lava wall where 'I love you' is written in 311 languages. Opposite, the Eglise Saint-Jean l’Évangéliste, nicknamed Notre-Dame-des-Briques since 1904, mixes Byzantine influences with Art nouveau. On either side, there's the rue des Abbesses, rue Durantin, rue de la Vieuville, and rue Yvonne-le-Tac which feature many trendy boutiques and cafe terrasses where it feels good to sit and just look around.

    Pass By: Le Bateau-Lavoir, Paris France

    The "Bateau-Lavoir" was the most famous place for artistic creation in Montmartre. From 1889, it was principally known as an artist’s residence: a place to live and discuss for many painters, writers, actors and art sellers.
    Pablo Picasso developed the basis of the cubism movement and created “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” there but it was also the home and workplace of Kees Van Dongen, Juan Gris, Max Jacob and Modigliani. Since the fire of 1970, all that remains to recall this historical location is a shopfront on the Emile Goudeau place, 13 Ravignan street.

    Pass By: Rue Androuet, 75018 Paris, France

    Beautiful and small street, full of shops of local designers and works of street artists. Very colorful!
    Here is the location of the groceries store, made famous by the movie Amelie.

    Stop At: Moulin de la Galette, 75018 Paris, France

    The Moulin de la Galette is a windmill and associated businesses situated near the top of the district of Montmartre in Paris. Since the 17th century the windmill has been known for more than just its milling capabilities. Nineteenth-century owners and millers, the Debray family, made a brown bread, galette, which became popular and thus the name of the windmill and its businesses, which have included a famous guinguette and restaurant. In the 19th century, Le Moulin de la Galette represented diversion for Parisians seeking entertainment, a glass of wine and bread made from flour ground by the windmill. Artists, such as Renoir, van Gogh, and Pissarro have immortalized Le Moulin de la Galette; likely the most notable was Renoir's festive painting, Bal du moulin de la Galette.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Pass By: Villa Léandre, 75018 Paris, France

    Villa Leander is a small street (passage) between two rows of Anglo-Norman pavilions, has red and white bricks, painted shutters, arbors and London operetta gardens, so you feel as though you are walking through a fairy tale.

    Stop At: Place Dalida, 75018 Paris France

    The Place Dalida is the square of Montmartre dedicated to French music icon Dalida. Many fans and tourists visit to pay tribute to the French icon.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Rue de l'Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris, France

    Rue de l’Abreuvoir (Water Trough Street) after all, of which 19th-century poet Gérard de Nerval described the nightly spectacle of horses coming home to drink, and women gathering to wash clothes and sing songs. The street leads to the narrow pedestrian walkway, Allée de Brouillards, named for its morning mists. Surrounded by lush private gardens, the walkway hasn’t lost the air which first seduced De Nerval.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: La Maison Rose, 2 Rue de l'Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris, France

    La Maison Rose is undoubtedly one of the most important places in Montmartre. At the corner of rue des Saules and Abreuvoir, it has been immortalized by many painters, including Maurice Utrillo and Bernard Buffet. For several years, the Rose House has been attracting tourists mainly due to the picturesque charm of the facade, but few locals ventured there. However, the history of the house is closely linked to that of a large number of local personalities, starting with its series of owners.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Le Clos Montmartre, Rue des Saules, 75018 Paris France

    A few minutes from the Place du Tertre, three gardens dedicated to Auguste Renoir surround the Museum of Montmartre. They are named in memory of the impressionist painter who lived on-site between 1875 and 1877, where he painted several masterpieces including the famous le Bal du Moulin de la Galette (“The Moulin de la Galette Ball”) and La Balancoire (“The Swing”). The Renoir Gardens offer breathtaking views of the vineyard, the Clos Montmartre, and the northern cityscape of Paris.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Au Lapin Agile, 22 rue des Saules, 75018 Paris France

    Opposite Montmartre's vineyard is the Lapin Agile cabaret, a little village house which is easily recognizable from its logo (a rabbit jumping out of a saucepan). Artists have become fond of this place, where they can recite their songs and poems or fervently debate their opinions! Erik Satie befriended Debussy at the Lapin Agile, and then, later on, Georges Brassens, Annie Girardot and Claude Nougaro all left a bit of their creative energy. This Parisian establishment continues to display new talent and is somewhere you can have a good time.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: La Bonne Franquette, 18 Rue Saint-Rustique, 75018 Paris, France

    A 16th-century house in the heart of Old Montmartre, La Bonne Franquette keeps alive the Montmartre tradition of cheerfulness and friendliness, welcoming artists and winemakers as well as those who love good wine and food, in keeping with its motto "Love, Eat, Drink and Sing". Formerly known as "Aux Billards en Bois", it is said that "La Bonne Franquette" was so named in 1925 by Francisque Poulbot. Perched on the summit of La Butte, set slightly apart from the Place du Tertre, the restaurant transports tourists and Parisians alike with its village ambiance and its atmosphere typical of Old Montmartre.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Place du Tertre Place du Tertre, 75018 Paris France

    Famous all over the world for its painters, portraitists and terraces, the old town square of Montmartre welcomes thousands of tourists every day and is the perfect place for a stroll.
    The place opened in 1635, and by the end of the 18th century till World War One, the whole Montmartre Boheme could been seen here: painters, songwriters and poets.
    Today, a host of painters and on-the-spot portraitists welcomes visitors all year round. The “carré aux artistes” (artists’ square) is divided into 149 spaces, each 1m² large, which enables two painters to work in relay.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, 2 rue du Mont Cenis, 75018 Paris France

    The Church of Saint Peter of Montmartre (French: Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre) is one of the oldest surviving churches in Paris but the lesser known of the two main churches in Montmartre, the other being the more famous 19th-century Sacré-Cœur Basilica. Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, built in 1147, was the church of the prestigious Montmartre Abbey. St. Peter of Montmartre was the abbey church of the royal abbey which buildings were initially located to the South of the church before the nuns moved down the hill near the Place des Abbesses in 1686. Although the sanctuary remained a property of the abbey, it became a parish church to the villagers of Montmartre. During the French Revolution, a tower was added to the church to set up a Chappe semaphore telegraph while the church became a Temple of Reason. St. Pierre was used as a warehouse for munitions during the Paris Commune events.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Montmartre, 75018 Paris France

    Located at the top of the hillock of Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur basilica is above all a religious building full of history, and that has a lot to offer by itself. It is, however, simply impossible not to notice the splendid view of Paris you can get from up there.
    Whether you decide to climb up to the Dôme du Sacré Coeur (warning: you will have to climb 300 steps to go up there) or, for those who feel less courageous, you choose to just take in the view from its base, in any case you will encounter one of the most beautiful panoramas of the City of Light.

    Duration: 5 minutes

    Stop At: Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre, 35 Rue du Chevalier-De-La-Barre, 75018 Paris France

    France's second most visited religious monument, after the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Sacré-Coeur) in Montmartre is the jewel in the crown of one of Paris' most famous districts. At the top of the famous Montmartre hill in the 18th arrondissement, you can thus discover a famous pilgrimage destination whose Romanesque-Byzantine style wins over visitors from all over the world. Accessible by funicular railway or on foot, after climbing the 222 steps from the Square Louise Michel, this magnificent white stone basilica consecrated in 1919 amazes by its eclectic architecture and dazzling white colour.
    Perched right at the top of Montmartre hill, at 130 metres in altitude, it offers exceptional views of the French capital to anyone who makes the effort to climb up all the steps to its dome! Less athletic visitors can console themselves by going to admire the lovely views of Paris from the terrace on the very pleasant Square Louise Michel, downhill from the Sacred Heart.

    Duration: 5 minutes

  • Departure Point :
    Blanche, 75018 Paris, France
    Return Detail :
    Sacré-Cœur Basilica, 1 Parvis du Sacré-Cœur, 75018 Paris, France
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.



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