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- 98%Local Culture
- 84%Art & Design Lovers
- 83%History Buffs
- 59%Adventure Travelers
- 59%Nightlife Lovers
- 59%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (189)
- MontmartreMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Oct 01, 2013
Of course montmartre is a lovely neighbourhood with nice cafes and the awesome sacre coer cathedral, but its also way to crowded. i know its weird to be pissed of by tourists as a tourist but this one is kind of too popular at some points..
still its not to be missed and definetely deserves those four stars!
- MontmartreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Sep 23, 2013
Colorful square with artists and their wares crowded with tourists sitting for a caricature or portrait. Lively, fun place to walk around with lots of cafes surrounding the main square a short distance down lovely side streets.
- MontmartreMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 28, 2013
Montmartre is the artistic, bohemian neighborhood of Paris. It's a steep walk around the area, but it's worth it due to the Sacre Coeur, which provides a wonderful skyline view of Paris. Many of the fabric stores are based here too, so the fashion designers often come here to purchase fabrics.Recommended for:Art & Design Lovers
- MontmartreMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Jul 24, 2013
High above Paris, Montmartre is a windy little neighborhood. The main square is a bit touristy but walk a few steps away and find lots of charming little bistros and cafes. Here is where Picasso and friends passed loads of time 1920s, artfully conversing and boozing.
- MontmartreMay 28, 2013
Shops and restaurants open every day (not closed on Sundays like most of Paris). This is my area, minutes North of me.
It is possible to spend days just wandering the cobbled, winding streets, taking advantage of the wonderful views of all sides of Paris as the highest point, particularly from just in front of Sacré Coeur.