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Montmartre
Paris, Île-de-France 75018

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"I agree with Lorraine and would like to add that you should take some time to explore the neighbourghoods like Montmartre, and not only see the Sacre Coeur Basilica."  See More

"here is more must do: *the The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral * Sacred heart Montmartre(amazing and FREE !"  See More

"I stayed in Montmartre close to Sacré-Cœur Basilica."  See More

"I personally think Montmartre is the perfect neighborhood."  See More

"Then there are the tangle of narrow, twisting streets in Montmartre."  See More

"I would go up to Sacré-Cœur Basilica even if seeing a church is not something you want to do as it takes you up through Montmartre a quaint area with artists creating portraits in the square and you can look over city at the top."  See More

"Knowing you'll arrive Gare du nord (North train station), you should stay in this area and visit Montmartre, Canal Saint Martin, Parc des Buttes Chaumont and Belleville."  See More

"Don't forget about Montmartre and Moulin Rouge"  See More

"You've got the right idea. You know how you like to spend your time, so you might as well go where you want, see what you want to see, and suppress those inner voices from friends and family who tell you what you "should" see. Paris is one of my favorite places and I've never tired of revisiting the city, even after my fourteenth visit. Three days in Paris can fly, especially if you like museums and are overcome by the scale and abundance of the The Louvre including the chance to see the Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Michelangelo's Slaves, and the Venus de Milo, or the Musée d'Orsay where you can sample an unparalleled collection of Impressionist and post-impressionist painters including Renoir, Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Morisot, and Cassatt, among others. Even if you never climb the Eiffel Tower, it's presence presents itself all over the city. It's possible to get a 906' bird's-eye-view of Paris from the upper level or you could view the it from the 56th floor of Tour Montparnasse. In any case you'll have the chance to see the Eiffel Tower illuminated each evening. The lights glimmer for 5 minutes on the hour. For the price of two bus or Metro tickets (one ticket each direction) you can take the 69 bus which passes many of the most famous Paris sites. You can ride for 90 minutes in either direction, hopping on and off as you wish. I've attached a website that describes the sites that this bus route passes: ."  See More

"Hi Ann Marie! Great itinerary! I think you best bet is to book your accommodation through Airbnb. Some hostels offer private rooms with private bathrooms, but you could find a hotel that is equally priced. In London, you should be able to find an Airbnb very reasonably priced in zone 2. Try around Camden Town, Kings Cross, Greenwich and Stockwell for places that are well connected with central. Basically, anywhere on the Victoria Line, Northern Line, Picadilly Line or Jubilee Line (Underground train lines, aka the tube) will be well connected to New Oxford St, Leicester Square, Westminster, Waterloo Station and London Bridge. This is where all the best attractions are. Check out my blog post for ideas on how to get around, where to eat out, free things to do and day trips you can do from the city. !!"  See More

"Hi Riri, I would rearrange your itinerary as follows: Day 1- Take the Metro to the Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre Metro station and walk over to the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and then through the Jardin des Tuileries to the Place de la Concorde. The walk down the Champs Elysees Paris to the L'Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile. If you don't want to walk all the way down the Champs Elysees, you can catch the Metro at either the Franklin D. Roosevelt or Georges V stations and take them to the Charles de Gaulle Étoile station at the Arc de Triomphe. From there, take the Metro to Trocadéro. Hopefully you will be there in the afternoon, when the light on the Eiffel Tower will be the best. Cross over and go up in the Tower. To avoid lines, purchase you tickets in advance at ."  See More

"La Seine river cruise at night, Notre Dame (all day including wandering around Ile Saint-Louis) and Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Montmartre (If you get lucky with relatively warm weather, I recommend doing Montmartre in the late afternoon and night)."  See More

"If you are interested in art, maybe Montmartre is a nice neighbourhood to stay, because there are many artists, small cafés and good restaurants."  See More

"A few years ago I stayed 3 weeks in Montmartre and I absolutely loved it."  See More

"If you love views, an apartment up in Montmartre is your best bet."  See More

"Not original, but my personal favorite: Montmartre quarter with the Sacré Coeur Basilica."  See More

"For my money I might be inclined to stay in the Montmartre area as it's pretty and it is sort of a locals area."  See More

"You should stay close to Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Montmartre."  See More

"I would recommend Belleville which is just outside the 11eme, and thus close to Republique by metro and easy to get around town from there (Republique is a big hub and easy landmark), or Montmartre , which is a personal favorite area of mine anyway because it sits on a hill and has wonderful views over the city!"  See More

"I would spend the rest of my time climbing around Montmartre (Sacre Coeur area), walking through the gardens, finding the best local cafes in town and seeking out a couple of local evening spots."  See More

"Hi Maggie! I love hanging out with friends at Parc des Buttes Chaumont , which is a less touristy park with a beautiful view over Paris, or picnic along the Seine or Canal Saint Martin -- tourists seem to underestimate how simply wonderful and Parisian it is to do so! Les Berges is also a quieter place to hang out"  See More

"As you likely already know walking around Paris is half the fun, and some great destinations include Montmartre, the "little" Statue of Liberty, the Roman ruins below Notre Dame Cathedral and the Musee Rodin (which includes a fantastic garden you can walk)."  See More

"Montmartre , especially the grassy hill in front of the steps of the Sacre Coeur 5."  See More

"Here are a few ideas: Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, Montmartre, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Opera Garnier, Tuileries, Luxembourg Garden, Pont Alexandre III, Ile Saint-Louis,."  See More

"My favourite romantic thing to do in Paris though is to go to Montmartre for sunset."  See More

"I lived in Paris for two years and met my boyfriend there; possibly the most quiet, relaxing, romantic things we ever did were picnicking along the Seine or in Buttes Chaumont or on the steps of Montmartre."  See More

"Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Trocadéro, Champ de Mars, river Seine, Montmartre, Place du Tertre etc."  See More

"Montmartre is absolutely romantic and scenic as well."  See More

"The whole city is perfect Instagram-worthy but I think Montmartre is specially so."  See More

"Plenty of places in Montmartre for you to choose from and it's kind of out of the way so not a whole bunch of tourists, specifically around the area where Au bon coin is."  See More

"Another hidden jem is Montmartre in north Paris."  See More

"The sweets shops and consignment stores dotted around Montmartre are great and go to as many cheese shops as you can."  See More

"If you are able to, definitely go to Montmartre!"  See More

"Talk a walk through Montmartre and enjoy the view over Paris the base of the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur."  See More

"Stroll along the La Seine at dusk, Quartier Du Marais and Montmartre or visit the Arc de Triomphe at 6."  See More

"Montmartre, Montparnasse Cemetery, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Boulevard Saint-Michel, Quartier Du Marais, they're all part of the city to explore."  See More

"You could easily spend a couple of hours wandering Montmartre which is where the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur and Moulin Rouge are."  See More

"We did the The Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay one day (plan and buy tickets to the Louvre ahead of time and arrive right when they open), spent a day at Versailles, and spent another day around the city taking in the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame de Paris (both from below, we didn't have time to go up), Champs Elysees, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur in Montmartre, a cruise on the Seine from Pont-Neuf, walking along Pont des Arts, walking by the Moulin Rouge, more wandering and several great meals."  See More

"Spend your time walking around all the great neighborhoods: Montmartre, Quartier Du Marais, the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés."  See More

"What an amazing European honeymoon! I planned something similar but got stuck in France for 3 months! Amsterdam is such a wonderful and beautiful city! You can get to most places on foot, but you can also explore the city very easily on the trams or a canal boat. For food: eat a traditional Indonesian rijsttafel. Rijsttafel (“ryst-tah-fell”) is Dutch for “rice table” and is a fusion of Indonesian and dutch foods. Try Indrapura on Rembrandtplein. To see: there are 50+ museums! Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House are a few of the top ones. For culture: for an authentic beer tasting experience at a micro brewery in a windmill, catch the 22 bus from Central Station to the east of the city (about 10-15mins). Also, walk through the red light district... at night :) It is eye opening and alluring. For romance: See the tulips in bloom if you are there April-June. There are a few fields just outside of the city that are amazing. See more about Amsterdam in my useful guide here:"  See More

"What an exciting trip!! (and congrats on your pending graduations) Be aware that transport and accommodation costs can increase during the summer months in Europe. But it is such a fun time to be travelling here!  If you are looking for a good time, things not to miss in summer in Europe are: at least a few nights on a Mediterranean Sea island or a week long “Sail Croatia” experience hopping the islands in Croatia. There are plenty of tour groups, parties and night clubs perfect for this. Eastern Europe. BudapestPrague and Krakow have great night life, incredible modern history and are still cheap cheap cheap! Berlin is known for its big warehouse style night clubs. I have not been but I hear it is awesome. Do a wine/food tasting trip in either France (somewhere like near Lyon or the Côtes du Rhône region) or Italy (TuscanySicily or Napoli) Check out a European music festival. Open’er in Gdansk, Poland (July), or The Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary (August), or BBK Live in Bilbao, Spain (July) If you were looking for scenery check out AustriaSwitzerland and Scandinavia (DenmarkFinlandSweden). If you are looking for culture and history check out Istanbul in Turkey, Madrid in Spain, Budapest in Hungary, Berlin in Germany and Krakow in Poland.  I would skip Belgium completely unless it was a must see on your list... but if you do go Brussels, Delirium bar has one of the largest selections of beer in the world. If I had 5 weeks for my first time in Europe, this is what I would do: > Start in London (3 nights) - go to a big nightclub like Proud Camden or Ministry of Sound. But the sites and pubs are awesome too! If you can, catch the train to Bristol in the UK for a weekend night – great pubs, craft beer and so much cider! (My guide to Bristol: !"  See More

"The neighbourhood of Montmartre where the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur is located is a very Parisian neighbourhood, great to wander around they have a market on Sundays and some lovely shops."  See More

"Afternoon: Take your pick and tour a section of Paris, such as the Quartier Du Marais Walk or Montmartre Walk, also featured in Rick Steves' Paris book."  See More

"Go up to Montmartre definitely and loiter."  See More

"Also go up in Montmartre at Basilique du Sacre-Coeur but in the morning."  See More

"Check in to your lodgings, then go out to see Montmartre at night."  See More

"If you want a 3rd day in Paris you can discover Montmartre (Moulin Rouge and Basilique du Sacre-Coeur)."  See More

"We have stayed in the Vintage Hostel, which is walking distance to the main Gare du Nord train station and the cultural area of Montmartre with it's Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, the Place du Tertre, the Moulin Rouge and it's Parisian night life."  See More

"Then you could spend an entire day in the area of Montmartre with it's Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, the Place du Tertre, the Moulin Rouge and it's Parisian night life."  See More

"I've stayed three weeks in Montmartre and I absolutly loved it."  See More

"My two favorite areas, that still leave you close to the "action" are Montmartre which is near Sacre Couer and has a very eclectic feel, very artsy."  See More

"Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain Montmartre Buttes Chaumont Parc de la Villette"  See More

"Day 1: Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Élysées, Montmartre, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur and Moulin Rouge."  See More

"would you like to check my blog out? I am a fan of Paris and you may find many attractions for Paris in three different parts. Enjoy Paris is simply beautiful >"  See More

"There is barely a street in Paris that does not have something beautiful about it, and there are so many small places to discover, such as the charming magic of Montmartre to the corners of the Quartier Du Marais."  See More

"In Paris, do not miss: the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, Sacre Coeur & Montmartre, Louvres, the Musée d'Orsay, Les Invalides, and a walk along the La Seine."  See More

"Montmartre is crawling with street artists in the Place du Tertre."  See More

"The Montmartre area is a very good bet."  See More

"Heyy Emily, please don't be afraid going to Paris in November...I have been there 3 times and one week is not enough! Please find my adventures at >"  See More

"Incredible Paris!!! I have been there three times and I had the chance of doing many things... Please find here my Paris adventures mapkini >"  See More

"Day 1: Hill of Montmartre, Sacre Coeur and Moulin Rouge."  See More

"Climb Montmartre mountain to see Sacre Coeur and great view of Paris at sunset."  See More

"It's a beautiful walk through Montmartre, especially if you can see the neighborhood at night and in the daytime."  See More

"We were in the 9e arrondissement near Montmartre."  See More

"I strongly recomend you to spend at least half a day in Montmartre , not just visiting Sacre Coeur but walking through the neibourghood, it's absolutly charming."  See More

"That being said, we recently stayed in a nice hotel near Place de Clichy which put us off the touristy areas but withing easy reach by Metro and walking to many wonderful sites like Montmartre."  See More

"Hey Ilias, there seems to be a hostel with good reviews in Pigalle which is a great area to explore Paris and its nigthlife, only a 10-minute walk to Montmartre : auberge Woodstock Hostel (48 Rue Rodier, Paris 9ème)."  See More

"We rented an apartment in Montmartre and absolutely loved it."  See More

"If i had to select one place with a view only i would say Montmartre, near le Basilique du Sacre-Coeur."  See More

"The top of the hill at Montmartre is great!"  See More

" in Montmartre (there is often some buskers playing music here and its beautiful just after dark"  See More

"Montmartre Paris 75018 Montmartre is in the 18th district and is the 'bohemian' area."  See More

"Sacre Coeur - climb the steps to the top and sit outside the church, then have a walk around Montmartre"  See More

"The best place to do that is to go to the stairs right in front of the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur in Montmartre."  See More

"The view of Paris from the Montmartre in front of the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur is magnificent!"  See More

"Why not just go to Montmartre, to the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, at the top of the steps?"  See More

"Basilique du Sacre-Coeur – in the interest of full disclosure, I have to say that I am not a fan of the Montmartre area."  See More

"Montmartre and around Place des abbesses is also great if you don't mind being a little further away from the museums (think 20 mins on the metro) but it is really charming and very romantic."  See More

"Note: this area is pretty dead on Friday night/Saturday – save for any other day) Sacre Coeur is the beautiful big cathedral at the top of Montmartre (18e) - stroll around the plaza at the top."  See More

"Hi Josie, in my personal opinion you should take a look to these great places: The Eiffel Tower Le Louvre Notre Dame Cathedral Canal Saint-Martin / Quai de Jemmapes Parc des Buttes Chaumont (go have a drink to Rosa Bonheur at the end of the afternoon) Quai d' Orsay and Pont Alexandre III Les escaliers de Montmartre Café de Flore in St Germain des Près to enjoy a coffee break Catacombes de Paris and Le Marais, Place des Vosges Have fun!"  See More

"Another must see if Montmartre, it is Metro accessible, and it is an absolutely beautiful location and church, with incredible views of Paris."  See More

"Montmartre, which is accessible via the Metro, because it is not only a beautiful church, but sits high on a hill over looking Paris, so the photo opportunities there are excellent."  See More

"Second day start from Montmartre (careful with bags, belongings and people stopping you to propose stuff and games) , you can go there walking from metro stop Abesses, the area is beautiful and you will find a different Paris than the elegant one you saw the previous day."  See More

"Then you can go walking to Montmartre which is a bit upper than the metro station."  See More

"Best way to reach Montmartre from the Champs-Élysées, if you are not very familiar with Paris is to use the Metro."  See More

"Montmartre district, the terrain can be a bit more rugged and hilly than in the rest of the city."  See More

"Weekends were spent in Montmartre (good half day here), a visit to the Palais Garnier (must do - try catching a performance here - amazing experience) ; Sat/Sun out of Paris to nearby Versailles , as the fountain show is displayed only on weekends."  See More

"So at the very least - see Montmartre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and Versailles."  See More

"Parc de Belleville is a wonderful alternative to see a gorgeous view of Paris, from a high vantage point, if you don't have time to make it Montmartre."  See More

"You have to run Bois de Boulogne, Les Invalides or Montmartre(if you like stairs!"  See More

"Montmartre (beautiful to arrive there & watch the sunset over the city for the high vantage point)."  See More

"Montmartre, especially on Sat (or better , Sundays- you can attend the mass at"  See More

"Another great place to wander is Montmartre, take in street performers, etc."  See More

"They'll love the tram to the top of Montmartre where you can see the Sacre Coeur and watch the painters on the sidewalks."  See More

"Montmartre isn’t that big but it’s very impressive with everything from his furniture to his sculpture on display."  See More

"It’s a great little hotel with a lot of character and a great staff in the Montmartre district."  See More








   
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