The must see and do activities in Montmartre
Montmartre is a lively and endearing place, and also the epitomy of Paris. During your stay we recommend that you visit at least the following places
Perched at the top of Montmartre, the Sacré Coeur Basilica is easily identified by it's white stone domes. Built between 1875 and 1923, it is one of the most iconic monuments of Paris. From her roof tops you will have a breathtaking view of the capital. Located 800 m from the hotel, you can reach the Sacré Coeur in 10 minutes on foot
Carmel of Montmartre
Next to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica is the Carmel of Montmartre. It houses a community of Carmelite Sisters. You can see the handicrafts made by the nuns. To get to Carmel from your hotel in Paris' 18th arrondissement, head towards the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
Place du Tertre
Montmartre is dedicated to art and the Place du Tertre is the center stage. Formerly the central square of the village, every day the squre is host to artists of all genres: portrait painters, caricaturists, landscape ... It is a short walk from the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, accessible on foot or by subway from your hotel in Montmartre.
Wander the Streets of Montmartre
Montmartre's winding, cobblestone streets are full of charm. Take a leisurely walk and explore the neighborhood's unique architecture, cafes, and boutiques.
If you're interested in cabaret, consider watching a show at the famous Moulin Rouge. It's one of the most famous cabaret venues in the world.
Visit the Montmartre Museum: Housed in a 17th-century building, this museum provides insights into Montmartre's history, art, and culture.
Café Terrace culture
Relax at one of the many charming cafes in Montmartre. Enjoy a coffee, a glass of wine, or a meal while people-watching.
If you're a fan of Salvador Dali, visit the Espace Dalí, a museum dedicated to his work. It's located not far from the Sacré-Cœur.
Believe it or not, there is a vineyard in Montmartre. The Clos Montmartre produces wine, and you can learn about its history and production.
Montmartre has a rich artistic history. Explore some of the local galleries to see contemporary and traditional art.
Pay your respects to famous figures like Edgar Degas, Emile Zola, and Alexandre Dumas at the Montmartre Cemetery.
Le Mur des "Je t'aime":
Located in a small park nearby, this "I Love You" wall features the words "I Love You" in 250 different languages.
Take in the Paris Views
Besides the Sacré-Cœur, there are other viewpoints in Montmartre, such as the terrace near the Lapin Agile cabaret, which offers lovely vistas of the city.
Remember to take your time and soak in the artistic and bohemian atmosphere of Montmartre. It's a place that has inspired many famous artists and continues to captivate visitors with its unique charm.