The Commune of Montmartre
A stroll on the heights of Paris to conquer the Commune of Montmartre
Departure from your Parisian residence with our private chauffeur
Even though Montmartre became a part of Paris in 1860, it still remains a true village, with lasting secrets and legends. This village offers its own vineyard, two windmills and numerous town houses, with irresistible charm, some dating back to the eighteenth century. The Museum of Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur, the Place du Tertre with its painters, the Halle Saint-Pierre, the Moulin Rouge and further down the hill, the Museum of Romantic Life. All are must-see Parisian sites. Montmartre, the birthplace of Modern Art, is an artistic centre to this day, where international and contemporary talents still develop new artistic movements, including a fair share of street art.