Iconic Parisian neighbourhood, Montmartre has kept its bohemian soul.
Once a rural village in the heart of Paris, Montmartre retains its vines and two mills from this era (the moulin Radet and the moulin de la Galette).

Its cobbled streets criss cross between gardens and decks to Place du Tertre. Here dozens of artists enjoy their open-air studios.
Further on, the basilique du Sacré-Coeur overlooks the Montmartre hill and offers, from its forecourt, a breathtaking view of the city.

Unwavering inspiration of cinema, the neighbourhood is home to another form of art: dance. The temple of French Cancan, the Moulin Rouge is probably one of the most famous cabaret in the world.

Bring walking shoes and explore the sights that await visitors at every corner.