Montmartre is Paris most folkloric neighborhood. True village within the capital, it’s a place full of legends and that has its very own atmosphere. We gladly lost our way in the labyrinth of its perched streets along the famous Butte Montmartre. Romantic, artistic and mystic by turns, a walk in this emblematic place in Paris makes you feel like hours are seconds. So that you’re not out of your depth, here’s the Ariadne’s thread to help you find your way!
Improving your knowledge:
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris
Sacré-Coeur Basilica is a must-see monument in Paris. Every year, over 10 million visitors come, and we explain you why.
The Montmartre Cemetery
The Montmartre Cemetery is the last house of François Truffaut, Jeanne Moreau, Michel Berger, France Gall, Dalida and even Emile Zola. It’s an irresistible and refreshing trip in the Montmartre neighborhood.
The Church of Saint Peter of Montmartre
The Church of Saint Peter of Montmartre is one of these jewels nestling in the Butte Montmartre. It has been built in 1134, making it one of the oldest parish churches in Paris. Listed as historic monument since 1923, its architecture evolved a lot since its creation. we must say its history has been filled with unexpected turns.
The best restaurants in Montmartre
Montmartre is beautiful of course but it whets the appetite. So, obviously, we are looking for a tasty restaurant in this Parisian neighborhood. It’s perfect since we’ve found the best restaurants in Montmartre! Ok, let’s go!
Enjoying a sweet break:
Les Choupettes de Chouchou
Les Choupettes de Chouchou is the address likely to seduce foodies and chouquette lovers. Located in Paris 18th arrondissement, this store offers you this dessert available in a 100% organic and homemade version.
Cuillier is THE renown roaster in Faubourg Saint-Honoré. It’s with great pleasure we could discover the first store that also works as a coffee shop, a few steps from Abbesses, in the quiet Montmartre neighborhood!
Musée de Montmartre houses a superb bucolic and green garden. Café Renoir – so far reserved for the museum’s visitors – now opens to everyone for the modest sum of €4 the entrance or €10 the annual pass.
Having a drink:
Hôtel Particulier Montmatre
How about some serenity, calm and greenery in Paris? Discover now the hidden gardens of Hôtel Particulier Montmartre!
Le Festin Nu
Are you brave enough to eat insects? Because if you’re ready to try this culinary experience, it’s now possible thanks to Le Festin Nu. This bar located in Paris 18th arrondissement offers you, since October 12, 2013, to enjoy grasshoppers, scorpions, stink bugs and even locusts…
Roberta – Italian aperitivo
At Roberta, even though flavors are incredibly promoted, the highlight of this restaurant is the Italian gastronomy and its traditions. So, when it is time to go and have an Aperitivo, you have no excuse but to go with your friends, family, lover to enjoy a very friendly and relaxing moment.