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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
"If you like art, or French history, this is the place"
reviewed 1 week ago by Greg S
Just to the North of Sacre Coeur, the museum has great history, exhibits and gardens. Currently, there's a collection of memorabilia from the great movies filmed in the area, and of course includes Amelie. Thanks to Suzanne Valadon, the muse and artist, so many of the world's top painters are connected to the place.
If you are a cemetery buff, not to be missed. Very unusual cemetery with an interestng story about a bridge that almost wasn't built. Many famous occupants and interesting tombs. Check out "findagrave.com" for complete list and Google the cemetery for complete story about the bridge. Free to public.
"Nice artworks from Dali. Highly organised place. Price is to high for the size of the museum."
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Gabriel A
When I really enjoy all the surrealism works from Dali. This guy is amazing! And most of his artworks are so deep and meaningful, just perfect. The museum is great. Nice artworks. Some paintings, some sculptures. A lot of his history. It`s just perfect. I really enjoyed. And I think you will to if you like his works.
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Great Photo-Op before Basilica du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre"
reviewed 1 week ago by Bessie N
Depending how you are getting to Basilica du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre, you can stop by this park for quick pics or enjoy the shops and street food vendors. My husband and I were in Paris for our Babymoon and this wall was the perfect place to take a bump-ie. As soon as you get off the Metro (I'm sorry I...
A quaint location with exceptional service!! The cuisine, in itself, is not fancy, but absolutely delicious! From Texas and yet the best guacamole and quesadillas we've had. Personal touch is a bonus. One of the best dining experiences ever!
Authentic French atmosphere. Very friendly service and fantastic food. Highly recommended. Reservations recommended. The restaurant was completely full on a Monday evening and we were lucky to get the very last available table.
This is another tiny Parisian restaurant that will stay in my hart forever. This was definitely one of the best experiences I have had in Paris. The food was amazing. The combinations of different taste were surprising us with each bite we were taking.
The price ranges are reasonable as per the quality and taste experience you’re getting. I would...
Ran across by accident. We were hungry and walked by and my wife loved how it smelled. We had to give them our phone number and they called when a table was ready. Started with orange juice and hot chocolate that were both amazing and fresh. After that brunch buffet where everything was fresh and tasted homemade. I wish I...
We visited on our 25th wedding anniversary last week as we were in Montmartre. It was a wonderful place- very small and very busy, which is always a good sign! The staff were lovely, so helpful and attentive. The food was excellent, I had a vegetarian plate (they don't have a veggie main so they make up a plate of...
This hotel was awesome. Friendly service and very helpful when we arrived. They provided a walking map of the area and got us pointed in the right direction to catch subway to musee d'orsay. The neighborhood was awesome. And the rooms were priced real well. It exceeded our expectations.
A hotel.with a long history. It looks wonderful and is in top condition. It has a delightful rooftop bar which is just a pleasure to visit and the service is equally elegant and welcoming. My room was spacious and comfortable with a great view.
Small but perfectly formed, furnished and equipped. Marvellous staff, friendly and helpful. Comfortable beds and rooms. Ideally situated!
One reservation would be the breakfast or rather the person running the breakfast room, who was clearly out of her depth.
Other than that, can't recommend highly enough!
When we first walked in and saw the narrow hallway that made up the lobby I got worried that I had booked the wrong hotel but I was wrong. The concierge was very friendly and helpful and the room itself was huge. The hotel is far from Paris' "big attractions" (Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc de Triomphe) but the neighborhood was...
Spent 3 nights here in June, and was so pleased with the hotel. Checking in was quick and easy, staff were also very friendly. Rooms were on the smaller side but had everything you needed. If you like modern and artistic style, you will love this hotel. Location is also great, we spent our evenings walking round the area and...