The free walking tour of Montmartre is an excellent and highly recommended way to explore the well-known influential art district. Discover Walks’ approximately 2 hour tour covers the most interesting highlights of the area including the well-known Moulin Rouge, Lapin Agile, and Sacré-Cæur Basilica. Learn more about the bohemian artists that resided in the district such as Van Gogh, Edith Piaf, Picasso, and Renoir. The tour focuses on giving you the authentic local experience by showing the alternative side of Montmartre which will offer great photo opportunities. Take advantage of having a local guide who will share their authentic knowledge of whether it be tips about the vibrant nightlife or recommended restaurants.
This Montmartre walking tour takes you to the nooks and crannies of the most bohemian, artistic district of Paris, the center of good-living in Paris and once the home and the artistic muse to Renoir, Picasso, Edith Piaf and others.
This tour includes:
Moulin Rouge — Chat noir — the cabaret of the Assasins
Reviewed on June1, 2016
I took an awesome tour of Montmartre with Victor—an amazing guide. We had a good size group and Perfect weather in early May. Victor was very entertaining and full of interesting information…
“Excellent Walks and Great Guides!!!”
Reviewed on May 29, 2016
Today we did 2 walks with Nichols and Valentine.Both were superb.Discover Walks should be very proud of two great guides working for them.We did Small Places in the morning a Trendy Marais in…
“The Food Tour is definately #1 as they state on their website”
Reviewed on May 27, 2016
The food tour was excellent. Our guide, Elliott was friendly, professional and full of passion for Paris and the wonderful food it has to offer.The tour was informative with superb 'tasting' along…
Outside metro Blanche, at street level.
Things to note
See more than just Sacre Coeur – the charm of our Montmartre tour is in its back alleys, and our Paris city guides take you there, to the secret side of Montmartre. Your native guide also has insider’s insights and tips for making the most of Montmartre, whether to stroll, eat or take pictures.