Private Paris Montmartre guided tour
Montmartre is one of the oldest districts of Paris perched atop a hill. Refuge of a lot of artists, this village of Paris is famous all over the world for its painters in Place du Tertre and the Sacred Heart Basilica.
You will learn about the martyrs of the Roman period, about the Middle Ages when the mount was the property of Abbesses, about the vineyards staged along the sides, and about the Renaissance when came Ignace de Loyola and Francisco de Javier to establish the Society of Jesus that always exists.
Enter the history of the emblematic Moulin rouge, famous for its incredible shows. But before becoming a mythical place of Parisian evenings, the cabaret was a place of debauchery and festivities, a symbol of the madness of the Belle Epoque. Toulouse Lautrec was the official for making poster of the Moulin rouge . He represents Louise Weber, known as La Goulue, the star of the Moulin Rouge, where her sensuality is marvelous in unbridled dances such as "French cancan" and "Le Chahut"
Meeting Point at the metro Blanche (meeting Outside Of The Metro Entrance) in Line 2 or at your hotel
Private guide in your preferred language french, English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, German, Italian, Deutch, Poland. Japanese, Arabic, Korean, Chinese, on request.
We recommend good shoes!
Montmartre could be a good choice to spend your stay. You can live in a nearly full peaton district and live where so many artists used to live: Renoir, Toulouse Lautrec, Van Gogh, Picasso, Utrillo ou Max Ernst...
You will have time to take a coffee at Café Renoir, the coffee shop of the Montmartre Museum. Also, take time to visit the museum and learn much more about the history and life of Montmartre. Feel free to ask also a guide for a bespoke visit with one of our guides. https://franceluxurytour.rezdy.com/80339/private-guided-museum-tour
We recommend the Terass'hotel and Spa with one of the finest panoramic views over Paris from selected Chambres Loges, our seventh-floor restaurant or rooftop bar.
"This historic hotel, once frequented by Dali, Renoir, and Edith Piaf,
has been in the hands of the same family for five generations,
and is an oasis of contemporary cool"