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Montmartre 3 Frères

With its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros …

Montmartre is full of charm! Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. A real melting pot of art and inspiration for the cinema, Montmartre still gives as much pleasure to those who stroll around it and figures high on the list for a stay in Paris.

You can see this entirely white landmark from all parts of Paris. The Sacré-Cœur basilica is a masterpiece of grace and grandeur. Built at the end of the 19th century in the Romano-Byzantine style, it is dedicated to the heart of Christ and is an important place of worship in the capital. It houses the largest mosaic in France, measuring no less than 480 m²!

Some two centuries ago, the Butte Montmartre looked quite different from today with its dozen or so windmills standing on the hill. You can still see two of them today, the Moulin Radet and the Moulin de la Galette, which add a touch of romance to the district.

Another famous landmark windmill in the district is the Moulin Rouge! This windmill has absolutely no agricultural function, and is in fact the temple of the French cancan, and a leading not-to-miss venue for Parisian shows.

Like Picasso, Modigliani, Miro, and before them Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Géricault, Renoir, and Van Gogh, painters have for a long time made Montmartre their home, met up in cafes and busied themselves in the many artists’ studios on the Butte.

To delve into this art world of the past, visit the Musée Montmartre where you can wander around the former artists’ studios and a garden flanking the hill.

After a day of walking up and down the steep streets of the Butte, nothing beats a pause on the terrace of a bistro or in one of the many restaurants in the area.

With its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros … Montmartre is full of charm! Perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement, the most famous Parisian district has lost none of its village atmosphere that appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. A real melting pot of art and inspiration for the cinema, Montmartre still gives as much pleasure to those who stroll around it and figures high on the list for a stay in Paris.

You can see this entirely white landmark from all parts of Paris. The Sacré-Cœur basilica is a masterpiece of grace and grandeur. Built at the end of the 19th century in the Romano-Byzantine style, it is dedicated to the heart of Christ and is an important place of worship in the capital. It houses the largest mosaic in France, measuring no less than 480 m²!

Some two centuries ago, the Butte Montmartre looked quite different from today with its dozen or so windmills standing on the hill. You can still see two of them today, the Moulin Radet and the Moulin de la Galette, which add a touch of romance to the district.

Another famous landmark windmill in the district is the Moulin Rouge! This windmill has absolutely no agricultural function, and is in fact the temple of the French cancan, and a leading not-to-miss venue for Parisian shows.

Like Picasso, Modigliani, Miro and before them Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Géricault, Renoir and Van Gogh, painters have for a long time made Montmartre their home, met up in cafes and busied themselves in the many artists’ studios on the Butte.

To delve into this art world of the past, visit the Musée Montmartre where you can wander around the former artists’ studios and a garden flanking the hill.

After a day of walking up and down the steep streets of the Butte, nothing beats a pause on the terrace of a bistro or in one of the many restaurants in the area.

Pigalle:

As one of Paris’ top night-life destinations, Pigalle offers many places to party, starting with its famous cabaret, “Le Moulin Rouge”. It was founded in 1889 and the French cancan shows immortalized by the painter “Toulouse-Lautrec” have made this iconic site famous. There are also famous concert halls in Pigalle, such as “Le Divan du Monde” and “La Cigale”, which have welcomed great artists since they opened. As well as these renowned venues, there are a number of bars & nightclubs.

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Prices start at: 200 per night