If you have made a plan to tour Paris and the trip to Montmartre, a large hill in the beautiful Paris’ 18th arrondissement needs to be included in your itinerary. As a matter of fact, it is regarded to be an authentic village quiet in the heart of the city, and no tourist to Paris misses such a place to experience.

As you get to Paris, you would need not worry as regards the comfortable accommodation because our 5* hotel in Paris Centre offers a lot of high scale facilities. It is a perfect place where you can explore Montmartre. In fact, this is hardly 1 Km away from it.

Taking a rest, you can begin your excursion by means of some leisure activities and proceed to Montmartre Hill sweet to have a few tastiest treats of the city: gourmet cheeses, delicate pastries. I am damn sure this is going to be an exclusive gastronomic trip that will not only provide you delicious food and wine, but you can also get a thorough insight into a lot of occurring hotspots in this wonderful place of Montmartre, known as the cobblestoned arts vicinity of the Paris.

As you get there, you will find a large number of talented gourmet artisans. As you further proceed, you would find cobblestone streets from the marvelous Sacre Coeur; while walking through Montmartre, you would experience distinct sides to Paris, especially the beautiful sights of the city’s best bohemian neighborhood. Above all, you are going to get sufficient opportunities of photography in respect of Montmartre’s some renowned windmills.

It is also advisable to see where Vincent Van would reside and carry out paintings.Having spent the hectic day out, you can take some respite at our 5* boutique hotel in Paris centre located in the proximity of this fascinating hill site.

After staying and getting invigorated, you can resume your trip by visiting Montmartre Cemetery, also called the Cimetiere du Nord. This is regarded to be the third biggest in Paris after Montparnasse and Pere Lachaise cemeteries. This cemetery has about 20,000 graves.

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You would also find author Emile’s tomb there, a great painter, and Hector Berlioz’s. Undoubtedly, this place is an evocative and calm place for a walk in a leisurely manner. Before leaving for the Sacre-Coeur, it would be appropriate to rest at our hotel and spa in Paris to get fresh.

The Sacre-Coeur, also known as the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of the city, is the Catholic church, the largest and oldest Christian church. You would learn a lot about the development of western civilization. You would be able to view a number of beautiful things from this church as it is situated at the highest point, at the butte Montmartre. In fact, this place is said to be the second-most toured monument in the capital. You would definitely adore its perpetual awe, especially of the communion, the Eucharist.

Having a hectic excursion at the Sacre-Coeur, you would need some respite. For this purpose, you can stay at our 5* hotel in Paris Center in order to avail a peaceful environment devoid of any hustle and bustle.

Your tour to Montmartre will be incomplete if you do not see Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, regarded to be amongst the ancient surviving churches in the capital. It was originally built in 1133, however, demolished in 1970.

Nevertheless, it was rebuilt and can also be seen from the Basilica of the Sacre-Coeur. Besides, it would be best if you visited to see another prominent sight like Place Dalida, the Place Pigalle, the Place du Tertre, the Bateau-Lavoir, etc. I am certain and confident that your tour to Montmartre would be a wonderful trip in Paris. You would learn about history, culture, architecture, and popular personalities.