What's in our tour?
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.
We start at Moulin Rouge, and slowly climb our way through back alleys and secluded gardens all the way to Sacre Coeur cathedral.
We explore the eccentric lifestyles of current and former residents, discover why the locals are so proud of their peculiar vineyard, and enjoy the romance of Montmartre.
We end with the best views of the Montmartre Sacre Coeur, with Paris at our feet.
In order to see more on this tour, we do not spend time going inside each building.
- Moulin Rouge, Chat noir and the cabaret of the Assassins
- Sacre coeur church and artists’ square – icon of Bohemian Paris
- The extravagant home of eccentric pop singer Dalida – and what it means to French pop culture
- Windmills, vineyards and Paris’ most celebrated 180° view
- The haunts of Renoir, Picasso and Amélie – and how they matter to the rest of the world
- The best view of Sacre Coeur – and why no one ever goes there
Where and when?
Our Montmartre Tour start on time every day at 11 am, 2.30pm rain or shine and last a leisurely 90 minutes.
From May 1 through October 15 the Montmartre tour also runs at 5pm.
Every day, closed on Dec. 24 & 25 only.
We meet outside Blanche metro station , at street level.
This tour ends near Sacre coeur, 5 minutes away from Anvers metro station.
Groups of 8 and more please book. We advise large parties to book a private tour. In the interest of all guests, we reserve the right to accommodate or to turn down large groups.
Why take this tour?
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.
This is a free Montmartre walking tour (you pay the guide what you want at the end of the tour), and no reservation is needed.
Walks-ins are always welcome.
Be at the Montmartre tour meeting point 5 minutes early.
If you wish to book in advance, use the booking button on the right side of this page.
Privatize this tour
Groups of friends, families, and school groups looking for an opportunity to share private time together often reserve a private guide.
A private tour is €125 or €240
Wheelchairs not advised on this tour, because of long climbs.
Average tip on this tour: €12
Average time: 1 hour 40 minutes
Ends near metro Anvers
Look for our distinct pink vests