A bohemian hub during the Belle Epoque era, Paris' Montmartre neighborhood is crowned by the Basilica du Sacre-Coeur. A walking tour introduces travelers to the main attractions so you can then explore more on your own. Here's what you should know.
- Explore one of Paris' most historic districts with an expert tour guide who provides commentary.
- Enjoy one of the best views of Paris from the Basilica du Sacre-Coeur.
- Most tours include a stop at Place du Tertre, where artists sketch visitors' portraits.
- Tours typically last 1.5 to 2.5 hours, leaving you with plenty of time to continue exploring.
- Morning and afternoon options are available to suit your schedule.
- Private tours are available if you prefer a more personalized experience.
Things to Know
- Montmartre is perched on a hill in Paris' 18th arrondissement with many stairs and cobblestone streets, so make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes.
- If you're visiting in summer and plan to walk uphill, bring water to stay hydrated.