Tour of Montmartre
Before we explain you the concept, check out this video below to get a feel of the tour and the places covered.
The Bohemian Part
Montmatre is an amazing district in and on itself.
The famous bohemian part of Paris, home to no less than Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir, Eric Satie, Charles Aznavour, to name a few.
What makes this area so special is that it was once a village outside of Paris, and it still kept its timeless vibe, which draws so many people in its silent streets where it seems time has all but stopped. You even wonder if you are still in Paris, the atmosphere being so different, almost like a small village in Provence, or Italy.
A picturesque area
During the tour we also stop for some pictures
So many movies have been shot here, which is why a lot of people come here to take breathtaking pictures. (Talking of pictures, check out ours)
There was a saying from that says that you only need to walk in Montmatre to make some extraordinary meetings. There is a special vibe here that you will feel once you get there.
Whether you want to admire the sky of Paris from the highest altitude of the city (132m), drink a coffee in Café des 2 Moulins where Amélie Poulain worked in the famous movie Amélie, or party in Pigalle near the Moulin Rouge, this district has everything you need.
A birdview of the area
Both small and big at the same time if you include all the tiny streets, it would take you a few hours to walk it in its entirety. Which very seldom happens. Most people see some nice things but miss 80% of it! Montmatre isn’t just the Sacré Coeur, the Artist Square or the Moulin Rouge! Let us show you the hidden treasure, the 80% most people usually miss.
Which is why we created this tour, to show you in 1h Montmatre in all its splendor. Along with old french music, you will have the time of your life standing up in the car with the wind blowing your hair while learning some hidden historical facts about this place which few people ever find out. Not only that, but each tour comes with photos taken, like you can see below, in front of the Moulin Rouge, behind the Sacré Coeur and down the basilica, to remind you of this magical experience. The more time the tour the more pictures as well, on top of showing you more things :) (Maison Rose, Villa Léandre, The Moulin de la Galette Windmill…)