Montmartre was a former village outside Paris until 1860, located on top of the hill overlooking the city, it is a must-see quarter. Since the 19th century the area was frequented by many artists such as Renoir, Van Gogh, Picasso and Modigliani who settled here.

The white-domed basilica of the Sacre Cœur overlooking the capital is the symbol of the district and deserves a detour. Nearby, the square called “place du Tertre”, where painters and caricaturists spread their easels, is the major curiosity.

Two options for the guided tours : the highlights of Montmartre and a tour related to astonishing women who lived there.

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Montmartre rue de l'Abreuvoir


Approximately 2h around the hill. Tours can start or end at the Moulin Rouge. Possibility  to use the funiculaire to reach the top of the hill.

montmartre district sacre coeur church


See the highlights of Montmartre and learn plenty of historic facts and funny anecdotes about artists and people who lived here.

Louise Michel Montmartre

Women of Montmartre

Tour related to female models and artists, nuns, famed painter’s lovers, singers such as Dalida, revolutionnaries of the Commune and dancers of the Moulin Rouge. See more women-focused tours.

My favorite walking tours

Join me on one of my favourite walking tours around the Marais quarter and its amazing old mansions. The Place des Vosges is undoubtedly the most magnificent square of Paris to me.

The covered passages of Paris with its old fashioned shops and architecture dating back to the 19th century show reminiscence of French writers like Maupassant, Proust or Colette.