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In the heart of Montmartre shared tour

Montmartre’s quarter and modern art: a multicolored and musical image, a space dedicated to love, madness and entertainment.

The shared tour Sacred Heart starts at the exit of the subway Blanche (Subway Line 2/blue) close to the famous and picturesque Moulin Rouge: in this red and shiny theatre can-can dancers first performed their innovative and provocative typical Paris dance at the beginning of the 20th century.

Our Parigirando guide will lead the group to Van Gogh’s house so you’ll start to sense the traces of a charming and contradictory world: the concept of Impressionism was born in small makeshift ateliers, among meandering narrow alleys and fallow gardens, into those working-class cellars where the new movement artists used to meet and talk.

The walk goes on up to the shiny Sacred Heart Church where our tour eyes are captured by the peculiarities of a religious architecture dictated by different styles: a masterpiece of materials and shapes from where it is possible to admire the panorama of a «Paris which bows down».

We will discover then Place du Tertre, where still today painters and street artists gather together to show their works; we will also visit the Maison Rose and the picturesque vineyards where artists like Renoir, Pizarro and Manet exchanged ideas about the «modern times» accompanied by a good glass of French wine.

Tour information

  • Tourist Guide with French Cultural Heritage Ministerial Authorisation
  • Meeting in town
  • Minimum 3 pers.
  • Shared guide - Duration 2,00 hours

Tariffs

  • Adult: 50 €
  • Child (1-3 years old): Free

Departures

  • Tuesday: 09:30 - 14:00
  • Thursday: 09:30 - 14:00
  • Saturday: 09:30 - 14:00
  • Sunday: 09:30 - 14:00

Tour map

€50
Montmartre walking tour: Montmartre’s quarter and modern art: a multicolored and musical image, a space dedicated to love, madness and entertainment.

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What this tour offers

Safety measures

We respect social distancing and wear a mask at all times to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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No more waiting in line for your turn. Every attraction and landmark of this tour will be immediately accessible for you.

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Radio guided tour

We'll give everyone a radio, so that you can hear your tour guide whenever you are.

Disabled access

This tours features locations where disabled access is guaranteed.

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Tour timeline

Here's what's going to happen when you book this tour!

Meeting the guide - start of the guided tour

You’ll meet your guide in your hotel lobby or at your accomodation address

External tour - Moulin Rouge

The famous theatre where the Can-can dancers moved their first steps

External tour - Van Gogh's House

The house where Van Gogh lived from 1886 to 1888

External tour - Moulin De La Gallette

The club painted by Renoir

External tour - Place Du Tertre

The artists’ small square

External tour - Sacred Heart of Jesus Church

The religious building which overlooks Paris

End of tour

See you soon on Parigirando!

From our blog

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We walk you through the real France.

We are not your usual travel agency. For over 5 years, we have challenged the estabilished travel industry by offering a different experience to tourists. Since we are a small team who has been living in France for several years, we focus not only on showing you the most coveted French landmarks and attractions, but we'll also show you how the locals live and the places that tourist usually don't see.

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Booking with Paristroller is really simple: just send your request and either Sara, Nico or Elisa will be in touch.

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Sara

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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About Sara

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Nico

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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About Nico

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Elisa

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

Education

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About Elisa

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?