Montmartre Private Walking Tour
Explore Montmartre with a passionate guide who will show you the most charming & picturesque neighbourhood in Paris. Your local guide will show you the Montmartres most iconic landmarks and the hidden gems.
- Learn about the house, where Vincent Van Gogh lived
- Stop at the colourful Moulin Rouge cabaret hall, home of the can-can
- Discover the Paris last remaining vineyard
- Visit Sacré Coeur Basilica with its best view of Paris
- Private guide
- Entrance fee
- Food and drinks
An acknowledged guide will meet you at the meeting point (5 Pl. Blanche, 75009 Paris, France), and you will go on an exciting tour. During this tour, you will see almost all the sights of Montmartre.
Your first stop will be near the colourful Moulin Rouge cabaret hall, home of the can-can.
Then you will see the Café des deux moulins. Here the main character of the film Amélie worked as a waitress. Carry on along the beautiful street you will see the house, where Vincent Van Gogh lived with his brother Theo from 1886 to 1888, and he did several paintings of the view of Paris from the window of their apartment.
Your next stop is the Moulin de la Galette, Montmartres 17th-century windmills. It was later turned into cafés and dance halls where people could socialise with a glass of local wine and bread from the mill. Parties at the Moulin de la Galette were popular with local artists and it was captured on canvas by Renoir, Van Gogh and Picasso.
Then, you will stroll down the tiny and cozy streets and reach the Paris last remaining vineyard. Vines have been grown in Montmartre since the Romans. Most of the vineyards were sold off for development over the years, but this vineyard was saved by a group of artists in the 1930s.
Your final stop is Sacré Coeur Basilica with its best view of Paris.
Near the Sacré Coeur Basilica, your private excursion will be finished, and you can continue your walk around the Montmartre.