Montmartre tours

Its arty days might have been and gone, but there’s plenty to do in the streets of Paris’s old bohemian quarter
By Matt Breen |
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Up on the highest hill of the city, Montmartre is perhaps the most Parisian part of Paris – still romantically associated with its windmills, cabarets and bohemian cafés. The area’s cobbled streets and narrow stairways offer a truly wonderful place to get lost in – that said, if you’d like to do something a bit more structured, we’ve got a great selection of walking tours and other activities. 

Tours in Montmartre

Private walking tour of Montmartre

This three-hour walking tour delves into Montmartre’s rich artistic history, resurrecting the ghosts of Van Gogh, Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec and other notable cultural figures.

Montmartre private family tour

One for you and your nearest and dearest. Aimed at one family at a time, this tour will take you on a journey through Montmartre on friendly and intimate terms. 

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Paris movie tour of Montmartre

Montmartre has had many a starring role in films throughout history, whether it be the enchanting cult hit ‘Amelie’ or Baz Luhrmann’s smash spectacle ‘Moulin Rouge!’. Book a place on this tour to find out more about the district’s celluloid legacy. 

Guided tour of Sacré-Coeur and Montmartre

Without a doubt, the centrepiece of Montmartre is the sugary-white splendour of Sacré-Coeur. This tour takes you into the church, through the streets of the district, and ultimately on to the Eiffel Tower.

Other Montmartre trips, tours and activites

Take a look at other stuff to get up to in Paris’s most romantic quarter. 

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