Montmartre Walking Tour
Explore the artistic hill of Paris on a small group tour
Our walking tour of Montmartre is the ideal way to explore the artistic hill of Paris on a small group tour. The inspiring air of the area has attracted generations of artists to its cobbled and winding streets which will charm you instantly. Secure your spot now!
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Highlights of your Paris Montmartre Tour
- Enjoy a small group tour of Montmartre with a Local Expert Guide.
- Walk in the steps of world-class painters like Monet, Picasso or Van Gogh.
- Explore the picturesque back-alleys of a village lost in the capital city of France.
- Hear about parties at Moulin Rouge with Toulouse-Lautrec and Can-can dancers.
- Admire the Sacre Coeur Basilica and the most stunning views of Paris.
- And discover the local way of life from wine bars to cheese shops, so uniquely Parisian!
Details of your Montmartre Walking Tour
- This is a semi-private tour of Montmartre for 10 participants max!
- Duration: our Montmartre walking tour lasts a comfortable 2.5 hours.
- Departure times: every Tuesday & Friday at 10 AM.
- Meeting point: meet your local guide by the entrance of the Moulin Rouge.
Located at 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris (closest metro is BLANCHE)
- Price: EUR 59 per adult and EUR 49 per child.
- Includes: English-speaking licensed guide & original walking tour itinerary!
Why book your Walking Tour of Montmartre with us?
- Dedicated Office Staff available to assist you through multiple channels.
- Local Expert Guides ready to answer all your questions!
- Top-Quality, Original Itineraries curated by specialists throughout years of experience.
- Friendly & Knowledgeable Team with a contagious passion for Paris.
- Flexible Cancellation Policy.
- Easy & Secure Booking Experience.
- And hundreds of reviews from happy guests to back us 🙂
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Our Montmartre Guided Tour starts with the Moulin Rouge cabaret. This world famous theatre has housed legends of Paris’ nightlife for dozens of years. From La Goulue Cancan Dancer to world stars like Frank Sinatra or Sir Elton John, there is no artist in the world who has not dreamed of performing on this legendary stage!
Iconic Local Lifestyle
Next to the Moulin Rouge you’ll find a line of cabarets, clubs and theatres that animate the area every night. Understanding their role in the French culture is crucial before heading up on the hill, in quest of a more peaceful and quiet atmosphere.
Today Montmartre is visited by over 11 millions every year and guess what, none of them will enjoy the spirit of the neighborhood nor admire its lively streets if not shown around by a local. This is why we will take our time to wander through Lepic, Abbesses and Trois Frères street – the heart of Montmartre today. Our tour will take you off the beaten path to local food markets, award-winning pastry shops, wine bars and cheese stores.
Artists in Montmartre
However, Montmartre is more than just great food and casual wine bars. It’s also about art and finding inspiration. Following our route to the top of the hill, we will discuss the birth of the Impressionist movement, the motivation for Van Gogh and Picasso to settle in Montmartre, and how the painters’ square has survived till modern days.
Once we have met with these legendary sites, artists and their most famous paintings, we will see Montmartre museum, the very place where it all happened. Renoir’s studio, Picasso’s favourite cabaret and enjoy a unique view to Paris’ secret vineyard. This 1700’s country mansion has just been renovated and is part of these places everyone will talk about in the near future.
Last but not least, as we reach the roof of Paris, it will be time to visit the Sacre Coeur basilica, because this world-famous church has become one of the most symbolic landmarks of the city. Built as a reconciliation act to unify the French, it now represents Paris in movies and coronates its skyline.
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