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Access to Montmartre

Which is the best way to reach Montmarte from Champs-Élysées?

By bus, metro or by foot?!

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top answer by
Courtney from Los Angeles

It's definitely a do-able walk regardless of what part of the Champs-Élysées you're starting from, although it's not through (what I think) is one of the more interesting areas of the city and I would keep in mind that once you get to the Montmartre district, the terrain can be a bit more rugged and hilly than in the rest of the city. 

Personally, in Paris, I would almost always walk from point a to point b just to see the architecture, discover hidden alleyways, etc., but that's me. 

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Hervé from Ho Chi Minh City
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Paul from Paris

Best way to reach  Montmartre from the  Champs-Élysées, if you are not very familiar with Paris is to use the Metro. Simply get into the nearest Metro station (There are 4 along the Champs-Élysées)and then find where you can connect with line 2. On line 2, go to Anvers Metro Station. Just follow the crowds uphill from there!

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Metro to bottom of hill

Bus to top

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Ana from Paris

Hi !

The best way is to go by Metro! The bus is quite shitty in Paris... It's 25 minutes by metro you need to take the line 13 from Champs-Élysées Clémenceau til the stop called Place de Clichy. Then you need to change of line to take the line 2 til the stop called " Anvers Metro Station". Then you can go walking to Montmartre which is a bit upper than the metro station. But the neighborhood is great so its cool ! Hope I've helped!  

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If you have enough time ir os always better to walk... and rather by small streets than big avenues... 

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answered by
Simon from Disley

I'd take the Metro - and make sure that you get off at Station de Métro Abbesses be prepared to walk up a huge amount of stairs, but when you exit the metro you will be rewarded with 'that picture' of the classic art deco Paris Metro stop and the quite wonderful Place des abbesses .  From there you can take a short walk to the funicular railway up to Sacre Coeur and get the finest views of Paris.   

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