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The Paris neighborhood of Montmartre is famous for its bohemian flair, and many of its cultural offerings shape the city. It's a great place to relax and take in some art - what are some places you shouldn't miss?
Paris' most famous basilica was completed in 1914 and shines like a beacon. After you've climbed its white steps, it will give you a breathtaking view across the city!
This collection of sculptures and paintings is the only permanent Dali exhibition in France. It's really popular though, so get your skip-the-line ticket!
Not just a movie, Moulin Rouge is a legendary place you can visit - why not book dinner for two with a raunchy show there?
Visit the Wall of Love in the Jehan Rictus garden in the world's most romantic city! Made of molten lava, it's covered with the phrase "I love you" in over 300 different languages.
The street life along this canal summarizes the Parisian lifestyle - leisurely strolls and afternoons spent sitting outside at cafés, sampling world-class food.
Unfortunately, Paris' status as a world-class tourist city means it's also rife with pickpockets. Keep valuables stashed away deep inside a bag - especially on the metro - and don't flash them around at night.
While nobody's expecting you to master French before you arrive, learning some basic words here and there will get you places and cause locals to look at you favorably!
If you're keen to dine at a certain restaurant, reserve in advance to avoid disappointment - and remember that the French tend to eat dinner a bit later than Americans, around 7:00PM.
You don't want to spend your vacation standing around, do you? If you have your sights set on one or two major museums, score yourself a skip-the-line ticket for priority entry.
- When to visitOpen hours vary by attraction, so check online when you've decided what you need to see.
- What is the price?Prices vary by attraction. You can see a lot without spending much.
- Will I need a guide?It definitely won't hurt!
- How to get thereTake line 12 to Abbesses or line 2 to Anvers or Blanche stations. Or try the electric bus, Le Montmartrobus!
- Additional tips
- Try to visit on a clear day, when the view extends for miles.
- Be prepared to climb steps, and bring an appetite!
What People Are Saying About Montmartre
Our guide, Alexis, was awesome. Very knowledgeable and kind. The tour started on time and it was very enjoyable. The guide was very charismatic, funny and made sure that we enjoyed our two hours with him. I would definitely recommend it! He also took personal time outside of the tour to give us recommendations about places to visit and eat.
We got the 3 day ticket and would recommend this if you have the time. Sometimes the traffic is heavy in the city centre so it takes a while to get to attractions. This would be the same in a car or taxi though. We got the subway sometimes also but definitely felt safer on the tour bus.
Interesting stories about Van Gogh and other artists. Excellent pace, great English and splendid Restaurant recommendations (Guide Holly).
Kit commentary about Montmarte was informative with a little dash of humor. Although there are a few steep climbs, I still recommend this tour. After all Montmarte is hilly and walking really is the best way to see it.
We spent a lovely evening wandering through the streets of Montmartre with Esteban. His stories brought the history of the neighbourhood to life for us and we learned lots. Definitely recommend one of these tours