Montmartre is one of the most colorful neighborhoods in Paris and the favorite spot for most of tourist and also for french people.
This highest point of Paris, a hill that reaches a height of about 130 meters, it is topped by the famous Church of Sacré de Coeur. You have to find the way to climb up and take a picture of yourself with the incredible view of the city.
Just a few blocks of the Basilica, is located “Place du Tertre”, an overcrowded square where the most important artists lived: Picasso, Vlamenck, Derain, Soutine, Modigliani, Van Gogh. Today a lot of contemporary artists set up their easels and tempt passers-by with their works of art.
There are so many great places to explore in this neighborhood that it would prove tough to cover all of them. Many of the same artists painted the Moulin de la Galette in various conditions. Now it is a beautiful restaurant.
Place des Abbesses is like the heart of Montmartre and where you will find “Le mur des je t’aime”, designed by Frederick Baron who collected himself in Paris more than 1,500 declarations of love in any language. Don’t forget to visit the square with someone that you really love, at list once! Of course I went to the wall with my husband 🙂
The area welcomes daily throngs of tourists, who continue to be charmed by the essence of “old France” that still hangs in the air.