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Your guided tour will start near the all white Sacre-Cœur, a recently constructed basilica (1914), the curious and eclectic neighbour of the Saint Peter of Montmartre Church, who oddly enough, is its opposite: one of the oldest in Paris (1147), purely Roman and discreet. You will then continue your visit by going to the Place du Tertre, the centre of the village and the haunt of caricaturists, and onwards to the Place Jean-Baptiste Clement, author of the famous “Temps des Cerises” (“The Time of Cherries”). You will go back down through the Espace Salvador Dali, which retains more than 300 productions of the artist and then you will pass by the vineyard of the Clos du Montmartre, until the cabaret of the Lapin Agile, that symbolises the bohemianism that was present here at the beginning of the 20th century.
Added to the city of Paris in 1860, Montmartre is an erstwhile village. Home to many artists (Toulouse Lautrec, Van Gogh, Picasso), it is a mecca not only of culture and religion (Basilica of the Sacre-Cœur), but also of wine (Clos Montmartre). If you need a delightful break from the relentless noise of the French capital’s traffic, enjoy wandering in the pedestrian streets, loose yourself in its many stairways, and listen to a concert, near the Place du Tertre.
The Cultival teams wish to offer you a safe, warm welcome and guarantee respect for physical distancing and protective measures to ensure your peace of mind.
For everyone's safety, our guides will be wearing masks.
Wearing a mask (not provided) is compulsory for visitors over 11 years old.
Meeting point : at the exit of metro station Abbesses.
In case of bad weather, Cultival may postpone the visit.
Comfortable shoes are recommended.
- Parisian districts
- 75000 Paris