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.