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Montmartre District Walking Tour in Paris

Highlights
  • Montmartre walking tour
  • Learn about one of Paris' most bohemian districts
  • See the Moulin Rouge and Le Clos Montmartre, the only vineyard in the city
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Montmartre District Walking Tour in Paris
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2-hour walking tour with an English speaking guide.
US$18.63
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2-hour walking tour with a Spanish speaking guide.
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Overview
Explore the Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre—a historically bohemian quarter known for its artists, street performers, and cancan dancers—on this walking tour with a guide who introduces you to the sights that line the hilly, cobblestone streets. Hear stories about famous figures like Monet, Picasso, and Van Gogh, and see landmarks such as Basilica du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre.
What to Expect

You begin your tour at the border of Montmartre by the infamous Moulin Rouge. From there, you move up the hill to artist studios, statues of pop stars, and the church at the highest point of Paris; Basilica Sacré Coeur. On your tour of Montmartre, you discover what it is that made Vincent Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali want to call this eclectic district home.

On this 2-hour walking tour you will cover:

  • The Artists' Square
  • Paris' last surviving windmill
  • Montmartre Vineyard: Paris' last authentic vineyard
  • Picasso's studio
  • Van Gogh's House
  • The incredible legend of Paris' first bishop, headless Saint Denis
  • Café des Deux Moulins (from the movie Amélie)
  • The Pink House of Maurice Utrillo
  • Renoir's world-famous painting, Bal au Moulin de la Galette
  • Basilica Sacré Coeur (a beautiful church with the highest view of Paris)
  • Toulouse Lautrec and French can-can dancers
  • The Moulin Rouge
  • Lapin Agile - the cabaret bar where Picasso often exchanged paintings for food
  • Paris' Red Light District
  • La Place Dalida, dedicated to one of Paris' most famous gay icons

...and so much more.

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Reviewed 6 days ago
They set a HIGH standard.

I was in paris at the end of last month so there has been a bit of a delay in writing this but after experiencing other walking tours in other cities I felt like these guys needed the credit they deserved. I did three sandemans...More

Thank Milly W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Not to be missed!

We went on a tour of Montmartre with Thomas Carter a couple of days ago. Highly recommend it! Thom was very informative but interesting and humorous at times. He told us the stories of the famous artists that used to live in Montmartre while walking...More

Thank Shireen A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Charming tour of the art district

With every passing visit to Europe, I am getting increasingly loyal to SANDEMANs walking tours. The tour of Montmarte was the 6th tour I have taken with these guys and it once again proved why they are getting to probably be the best in the...More

1  Thank Snapper1982
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Good Tour of Montmartre

I am used to the free Sandeman tours, but this is a paid tour. Our tour guide was Nancy, perfect English and pleasant. Unfortunately, the whether did not help. It started pouring, then it even hailed so we had to finish the tour by ourselves,...More

Thank julia a
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A comprehensive guide to Montmartre

This tour was a great way to tour the neighborhood! We saw all the best sights: Sacre Coeur, homes of famous Montmartre residents, The Moulin Rouge, and more! Our guide had lots of good recommendations for restaurants to go to after the tour ended.

Thank Katy B
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