The artist's village of Paris


If you love art, eating and Paris then this is the stroll for you.

We climb the slopes of Montmartre and wind our way past the studios and apartments of the world’s greatest artists. You’ll see where Van Gogh lived and painted, hear about Toulouse Lautrec and his month long brothel bookings, and see where Picasso started the Cubist movement.

You can stop for a break at any number of tempting cafés and restaurants and get your picture painted in the shade of the trees in the village square.

Finally, the views across Paris are unsurpassed from the terrace by the Sacre Coeur.





Start: Place Blanche opposite the Moulin Rouge

End: Sacre Coeur

Transport: Start: Blanche - Metro line 2 or Buses 30 & 54 to Place Blanche

Duration: Approx. 2 hours

Best time: Start early to avoid the crowds.

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Visitors' Comments (2 comments)

annie bayman says:
Tuesday 13rd Oct 09

i tunes

i can't find it on my computer

Mathilde says:
Thursday 05th Feb 09

do it

a british friend of mine recommended the site to me the other day and i'm glad she did. i've been living in paris for little under a year now and wanted to to know the place a bit better. i already knew montmartre, but not like this. so many facts, anecdotes and histories covered in a morning made the neighborhood come to life. i no longer just know montmartre, i love it.

p.s i know the funiculaire is tempting but don't do it, take one of these and walk...

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