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What happened to all the windmills? Which of the post-Impressionist painters had a cane filled with absinthe? What do you mean Montmartre wasn’t even originally Paris? Find the answers to these and other questions during our walking tour of Montmartre, home of bohemian artists and birthplace of the Belle Époque period!
Our tours are always small—no more than 8 people per group—so you can enjoy a truly intimate journey through one of Paris’s most exciting neighborhoods. Your tour will start by the Moulin Rouge, and as you wind your way up the cobbled streets, one of our passionate guides will describe the origins and artistic inhabitants of the area. You’ll visit the homes of painters like Van Gogh and Picasso, learn about France’s disco queen Dalida, see the cafe where the movie Amélie was filmed and admire the wares of the many artists working here today. At the top of the hill, you’ll explore the gleaming white Sacré Coeur Cathedral and take in the breathtaking view of the city. Join us for an evening tour if you’d like to watch the sunset (depending on the season)!
Highlights Generally Include:
Moulin Rouge, where the cancan was invented
Sacré Coeur Cathedral (with time to go inside), best view of the city
Place Dalida, the disco queen of France
Van Gogh’s house, ear not included