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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
My older daughter and I had a perfect visit. Loved the exhibits, the movie, the replica of Paris, the history, the garden and the view of the vineyard. In addition, you can get a drink overlooking the garden - even when it rained it was beautiful. The gift shop was a perfect size and I am not usually one to...
Montmartre Cemetery is incredible! There are beautiful graves and crypts galore. Some of the memorials are so unusual, that they are certainly classified as works of art. There are quite a few luminaries buried here and they do offer laminated loaner maps to locate them. Definitely worth checking out!
This beautiful old church is well worth a visit if you can make it. Apparently it was damaged during the Revolution and rebuilt, but many portions still seem to be medieval: the overall shape, a reused Roman column, a particular capital, and I think a grave marker for Adelaide of Maurienne.
This collection is easy to see. It’s a rather compact collection. There’s an art gallery in it where you can buy Dali pieces. There’s also an art gallery upstairs where you exit. We came early in the morning on a Tuesday & had the whole place to ourselves.
The restaurant is cosy and fully booked, but we were early and could get a spot if we could finish in 1,5 hours, which was plenty of time for us. We had the onglet de boeuf and the entrecôte, which were served with 3 sauces and fries. The tablewater and bread where even free of charge. Everything was really delicious,...
Visited rozelle cafe with group of friends and got to experience crepes as authentic as they get. We ordered banana nutella, complète and strawberry nutella. Its a small place run by a couple and is definitely recommended if u looking for some sugar rush.
This is the third time I’ve stayed at the Terrass and I will always stay here when I’m in Paris. The location is great and if you don’t mind a walk, it’s easy enough to walk to the main sites in Paris. Montmartre is great, with lots of quirky bars and restaurants.
The Terrass is worth staying in for the...
Only here for one night and wanted to stay in Montmartre. Lovely very French room overlooking a quiet courtyard. Great location on a very quiet street but also within walking distance of most attractions.
Hotel was in a quiet location yet only a few minutes walk from the bustling main street of Montmartre with many good restaurants and places to see. Also a walk away from the nearest Metro station. Hotel breakfast was fine but if you wanted to walk into the main street there were several cafes serving breakfast.
Quiet place away from city noise. Although not walking distance to the city centre, bus 95 goes to most tourist attractions, which is very convenient and cost effective! Or only 15 minutes to the city centre if take the taxi. The room we stayed has a great shower, clean and airy. Definitely recommend!
I visited this hotel as a couple, reception staff were friendly and helpful, Rooms were nice but a bit on the small side.
Breakfast was self service, not a huge variety to choose from.
Located next to the Moulin rouge, short walk from metro station.
Overall it was a nice stay.