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The neighbourhood of Montmartre, towering 130 meters above Paris on the hill of the same name used to be a village north of Paris before being attache...

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The Paris Pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that will grant you access to over 60 world-famous museums, art galleries, and monuments ...

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Flexible
Entrance Tickets
£ 116
Attractions & monuments

First time in Paris and you want to see the best of it? This 4-hour tour in small group takes you to the major landmarks of the city from No...

Duration
3 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 61
Bus tours

HOP-ON HOP-OFF BUS TOUR Explore the city's top attractions at your own pace. More than 50 key points of interest all around Paris! Hop-on or...

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Flexible
Available in: English
Tour with audio guide
£ 28
Attractions & monuments

Experience Paris on board of a classic Citroen 2cv French car accompanied by a knowledgeable and entertaining Parisian driver. This is the g...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Private tour
£ 53
Walking tours
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Get ready for a great two-hour private tour of Montmartre - a must-visit of anyone visiting Paris. Your guide will focus on art and history,...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 39
Walking tours

Montmartre is one of the oldest districts in Paris. Steeped in history, it lies atop the highest part of the city.We will begin our tour rea...

Duration
3 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 66
Museums
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Experience two Paris icons with one ticket as you accompany a professional guide around the Louvre museum and the Montmartre district. Your ...

Duration
4 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 72
Walking tours

Last year the city of Paris featured as the backdrop for more than 900 film shoots (films for cinema, TV series, documentaries and ad campai...

Duration
2 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 75
Museums
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This combination of two tours is a full day of Parisian sightseeing with an expert local guide. You’ll see all the famous sites in comfort a...

Duration
9 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 114
Walking tours

Still undoubtedly, authentically Parisian, there are hidden parts of Montmartre that remain unchanged for generations. But to truly find the...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 26
Museums

Step back in time to turn of the century Paris and lose yourself in the sweeping colours and bold energy of the Impressionist movement. Jour...

Duration
10 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 66
City tours

In 1860, the French village of Montmartre was annexed and attached to the city of Paris and in 1873 the construction of the Basilica began. ...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
£ 40

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The inside story

The neighbourhood of Montmartre, towering 130 meters above Paris on the hill of the same name used to be a village north of Paris before being attached to the town in 1860 to become one of the most famous districts of the Capital. Its most important landmark is the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, built in 1873, famous for its Romano-Byzantine architectural style. From inside, the Basilica offers a spectacular view of the biggest bell in the France, the “Savoyarde” and also possesses, amongst many other works of art, the largest mosaic in the world. Back in the day, the Montmartre district was famous for its windmills. No less than a dozen in 1786, they then used to grind wheat, plaster and pebbles. The windmills represented the Parisians’ favorite attraction; they would go up to Montmartre on sunny Sundays to take a walk, drink wine right after the harvest, dine and dance. Artistic area by excellence, Montmartre has always been an inspiration for many writers, composers, writers, musicians and dancers. Among the best known were Toulouse-Lautrec, Utrillo, Picasso, Renoir, Van Gogh, Dalida, Boris Vian, Jacques Prévert, Serge Gainsbourg.

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