Montmartre & Sacré Cœur


Guided visit of Montmartre and Sacré Coeur


If you like to take your time and discover foreign parts at your leisure, then this is a tour for you.

Once you have reached the meeting point in front of the Metro ANVERS exit (line 2), you will be met and taken for a walking tour of Montmartre and Sacré Coeur by an experienced licensed guide.

A rigorous start to your day as you begin the climb to the Sacré Coeur, for those who wish there is a possibility to purchase tickets for the Funicular ride to the foot of the basilica.

Your tour will start at the Basilica Sacré Coeur, world famous Romano-Byzantine inspired construction, said to symbolise ‘making amends for the crimes of the Commune’ or to ‘honour those who died during the Franco-Prussian war’, either way it’s a magnificent monument. The first foundation stones being laid in 1875 and the construction being finished in 1914. Since then, millions of visitors have made the climb to this iconic symbol of Paris, very few we think were disappointed.

Once you have finished visiting the basilica, your guide will take you around the rest of the Montmartre area, the oldest quarter of Paris, once frequented by the poor and wretched of the city but now coveted by the chic and well to heel. You will stroll along the very cobbled-stoned streets of the hamlet, discover the last operating vineyards in Montmartre, still producing wine to this day.

Amongst the famous cafés found in Montmartre, you will stop at the ‘Lapin Agile’, here where so many famous artists of the day would meet at night, drink, and try to sell their works. You will be shown some of the last remaining windmills of Paris; the Moulin de la Galette, immortalised amongst other works by Renoir’s ‘Bal du Moulin de La Galette’, as well as the Moulin Blute Fin and the Moulin Radet.

You will then walk to the Bateau Lavoir, a former ballroom and piano factory, famous for being squatted by some of the most famous artists of the 19th and 20th centuries, indeed, Picasso, Modigliani and Braque had their studios housed there. Just a little further up the hill is Place du Tertre, surrounded by picturesque cafés and restaurants, and the showcase for local contemporary artists and portrait painters, why not go and get your portrait or caricature as a permanent souvenir of your visit!


Licensed guide


Entrance fees

Essential informations

Duration: 2h/3h
Meeting time: 10am or 2pm
Meeting point: Meeting with your guide at Metro ANVERS, outside, in front of the main entrance
Availability & close out dates: Daily except for unforeseeable events
Cancellation Policy:
7 days or more in advance: full refund of monies paid *
Less than 7 days: 50% of monies paid *
24 hours or less: non-refund of the monies paid
*  Except for all the non-refundable tickets required for bookings (Versailles tickets, Cruise tickets, Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Orsay, etc…)

COVID-19 Safety measures

Disinfecting seats, arm rests and handles, between each service with a disposable antiseptic cloth
Airing of the vehicle interior after each service
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Face masks are available on our vehicle for the clients in case of mandatory wearing of masks