What it’s like:Lively · Hip · Picturesque
Known for:Boutique · Parks · Views
Nearby conveniences:Shops · Restaurants · Supermarkets
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Stairs of Montmartre is the name of a 130-meter hill in the north of Paris and an ancient Roman settlement. In 1860, the district became part of the city, giving the name to the 18th municipal district. Montmartre Hill is the highest point in Paris. At the top of the hill is the Sacré-Coeur…
Un des plus anciens et sans doute le plus typique des quartiers parisiens. Terrasse, café et croissant, un petit-déjeuner authentique et romantique...
Another very attractive place. A former village with its win yard. Choose the smaller streets or the avenue Junot.
Montmartre is a district full of authentic charm, famous for the Sacré-Coeur basilica and a magnificent view of Paris. Montmartre, in the eyes of the Parisians, is a haven of peace, but many tourists forget to come here, and they miss a lot! Beyond the Sacré-Coeur, the Moulin Rouge and the landmarks…
Best view over Paris. Nice little cobble streets. Feels like being in a village!
Montmartre is a masterpiece neighborhood. It's charming, rural, busy... And it's on the highest hill of Paris, which means you have a pretty good view of the city.
The best view of Paris. Small village ambiance if you take the small streets to the left when you arrive at the Basilique.
Famous with the Sacré Coeur church and the Place du Tertre with its painters. The painter Toulouse Lautrec made it famous and it was the debauched area in the late 19th century and early 20th
The highest natural point in Paris, this charming neighborhood full of artists is like a little village in the city with great views overlooking the whole city and the beautiful sacré cœur basilica. Neighborhood of Amelie Poulain, Moulin Rouge, 19th century impressionists and bohemians.
Welcome in Montmartre, your neighborhood! Montmartre is a very eclectic and diverse area: tourists mix with locals on the top of the hill, Afro-Parisians have been living la Goutte d'Or are since early 20 century and artistic life is vibrant all the place!
Take a walk around Place du Tertre and go inside the Sacré Coeur basilica! (it's free)