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Must-Sees of Montmartre

During your stay, discover the lively and charming tourist district of Montmartre.


The Sacré-Cœur Basilica with its dome of white stone stands atop the Butte Montmartre hill. Built between 1875 and 1923, it is one of Paris’s iconic landmarks. From its forecourt, you’ll have an unbeatable view of the capital. Sacré Coeur is just 800 metres and a 10-minute walk from the hotel.

Carmel de Montmartre

Near the basilica, you will find the Carmel de Montmartre, home to a community of Carmelite nuns. You can visit the shop selling handicrafts made by the nuns. To get to the Carmel from your Paris hotel in the 18th arrondissement, head for Sacré-Cœur.

Place du Tertre

Montmartre is a district dedicated to art, and in Place du Tertre, which was once a central village square, you will see why. Every day, it brings together artists of all kinds, such as portraitists, caricaturists and landscape artists. It is just steps from the Sacré Coeur Basilica, accessible on foot or by metro from your hotel in Montmartre.

Strolling the Streets of Montmartre

The winding cobbled streets of Montmartre are full of charm. Take a leisurely stroll and explore the area’s unique architecture, cafés and boutiques.

Moulin Rouge

If you’re interested in cabaret, consider taking in a show at the famous Moulin Rouge, one of the most famous cabaret venues in the world.

Visit the Montmartre Museum: This museum housed in a 17th-century building gives visitors an insight into the history, art and culture of Montmartre.

Café Life

Relax in one of Montmartre’s many charming cafés. Enjoy a coffee, a glass of wine or a meal while people-watching from the terrace.

Dali Paris

If you’re a fan of Salvador Dalí, visit the Espace Dalí, a museum dedicated to his work, not far from Sacré-Cœur.

Montmartre Vineyard

Believe it or not, there is a vineyard in Montmartre. Clos Montmartre produces wine and you can visit the vineyard to learn more about its history and production.

Art Galleries

Montmartre has a rich artistic history. Explore some of the local galleries to see contemporary and traditional art.

Visit the Cemetery

Pay tribute to famous figures such as Edgar Degas, Emile Zola and Alexandre Dumas at Montmartre cemetery.

The “I love you” wall

Located in a small park nearby, this “I love you” wall features the words “I love you” in 250 different languages.

Admire the Views of Paris

As well as Sacré-Coeur, Montmartre has a number of other viewpoints, like the terrace near the Lapin Agile cabaret, offering lovely views over the city.

Make sure to take your time and soak up the artistic, bohemian atmosphere of Montmartre. It is a place that has inspired many famous artists and continues to captivate visitors with its unique charm.