Explore the bohemian Montmartre neighborhood in Paris and uncover the energy that typifies all things quintessentially Parisian. You'll fall in love with Picasso and Matisse's favorite area, visit Sacre Coeur and see the last remaining vineyard in Paris.
Your 4 hour tour of begins near the base of perhaps the most famous view in all of Paris - the Sacre Coeur. You'll leisurely wander up the hill too explore galleries, art studios, sculpture, and of course, Sacre Coeur.
During the late 19th century, Paris’ Montmartre district was the heart of a vibrant artistic scene and a popular gathering spot for many of the the world's most brilliant artists and writers. Matisse, Dalí, and Van Gogh lived side by side with Monet and Picasso. This bohemian neighborhood was overflowing with some of our most treasured artists and intellectuals.
You'll see the Bateaux-Lavoir apartment building, where those famous artists lived, along with Gertrude Stein and Amedeo Modigliani. You'll also visit the home on the north side of Montmartre where Van Gogh chose to live for its exquisite light. You'll see where Picasso's studio was, and where they spent their deviant nights visiting Moulin Rouge and the Red Light District.
You'll learn what made Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso, Dali and so many more luminaries call the free-spirited Montmartre neighborhood home. Your tour covers all the legendary sites it is known for, including the Artists' Square, the last remaining vineyard in Paris, Van Gogh’s House, Café des Deux Moulins (made famous in the beloved movie Amélie), and the very last windmill in Paris.