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Stop At: Montmartre, 75018 Paris France
Your tour begins at the iconic Moulin Rouge, home of the scintillating Can-Can, where Toulouse-Lautrec sat nightly and drew some of the most famous pictures of Paris nightlife. You begin to ascend through the winding streets and soon arrive at the Cafe des 2 Moulins, the famous cafe featured in the popular French comedy, Amelie. As you continue up you will walk on the streets where Van Gogh, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pissarro and other artists lived and worked. Soon you are walking along the Rue Abbesses where you will learn of it’s history dating back to ancient times.
Your journey continues past world famous artwork, cabarets, Paris’ only vineyard and the last two remaining windmills/moulins in Paris. Your tour concludes at the highest natural point in Paris, at the summit of Montmartre where the steps of the Sacre-Coeur host millions of visitors each year for the breathtaking views of Paris below. You will soon understand why locals and visitors alike agree that Montmartre is the most charming area in all of Paris.
Duration: 2 hours
5 Place Blanche, 75009 Paris, France
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Exciting, cheerful and interesting trip with the guide Eric around Montmatre.
We have often visited Montmatre before, but have never before discovered and been taught so many exciting details.
And entertaining, it really was. I still go and laugh inside certain details, which we were informed about along the way.
Our walking tour was fun with Eric. He took us to places we would not have known about and regaled us with funny stories about the past in Montmartre. He showed us interesting details about the street art in Montmartre and pointed out the culture of that genre. His sense of humor was delightful and his people skills were note worthy. I highly recommend Eric on this tour.
Join your friendly English speaking guide for this 2 hour walking tour in Paris' most popular neighborhood. Your guide will share stories about the the art, the music, the food and the unique history of Montmartre. You’ll soon learn why the people living here feel differently from the rest in The City of Light.