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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colors, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
Don't take the escalator /lift to the top. Spend some time walking through the gardens. Once you're at the top the views are amazing.
Inside you can't take photos so just wander and soak in the atmosphere.
Afterwards walk the streets at the rear of the place, nice little neighbourhood and we found a decent coffee
Just behind the Place du Tertre and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, there is museum about Montmartre, its history and the artists who lived in the area. The museum has a permanent collection and archives that it uses on a rotating basis, and it also welcomes other temporary exhibits. Therefore, it is not possible to describe exactly what will be on show...
It’s a small museum but good to spend sometime to change the mood.
I happened to go there while unexpected rain fell.
More fancy side of Dali collection such as elephant or Alice in the wonderland could be seen.
The most interesting exhibition was that I could watch the collaborative work of Dali and Disney, which was animation. Very unfortunately,...
I quite often visit cemeteries when on holiday. Being keen on photography you can get some very interesting photographs in them. This one is one of the best. You can even get a map which shows the locations of the graves of the famous buried here. There are certainly some famous people interred here.
I echo the sentiments of the previous reviewer. This church is tucked away on the left as you walk around from Sacre Coeur to the Place du Tertre. It's history is fascinating. It is one of the oldest Christian buildings in Paris and was built on top of a Roman Temple. It was also the place where St Ignatius Loyola...
$$ - $$$ • French, Asian, Korean, Fusion, European
"A true gem in the neighborhood!"
reviewed 3 days ago by adeliectravels
This restaurant was beautifully decorated and charming! We love quaint cozy places like that, and the service was outstanding.
Our table of 3 ordered one of every dish on the prix fixe menu- my personal favorites were the Korean bossam starter, scallops and the Hobak Mille-feuille dessert. Every dish was beautifully presented with an amazing attention to detail. The wine...
This little place has a very nice attending, good atmosphere and great food. We asked magret de canard, burratinas, conchinitas and a mixed table of cheese and charcuteries. All of them were very tasty and the price is according to the attending and food quality. I recommend this place
In my 56 years, I have had the great pleasure and privilege to travel across this amazing world quite a bit. (And at the young age of 56, believe me, I am not done yet!) Thus, I have eaten at quite a lot of restaurants... but only a handful have been so unparalleled enough for me to say, “I will...
We've just got back from a great weekend in Paris. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Terrass. The service was excellent, room was fantastic and having a delicious breakfast every morning with a view of the Eiffel tower was just amazing. The hotel is in a fantastic area and position being so close to the Sacre Couer. Just 4...
"Great hotel. Small and personal. Excellent staff."
reviewed 1 week ago by Heather P
My only complaint about this adorable hotel is that it smelled very strongly of perfume all the time, but honestly, could it get more French than that? Bed was comfy. Bathroom was great and well stocked.
Good quality of room and service - we found the lady on reception very friendly and helpful and she gave us good advice about getting around the city and what to go and see, where to buy food and eat out etc. We found the room clean, pleasant, comfortable and well-presented. Overall an enjoyable stay.
The rooms are really clean you can find the electric kettle and everything that you need except refrigerator.
The staffs are very friendly.
The hotel uses Yves Rocher kit for bathroom that is a nice choice.
The metro station is near hotel and you can find a Carrefour supermarket near it too. Actually the location is good for travelers.
Had a lovely three night stay here with my other half. Good location easy access to transport around the city with the metro right outside the front door. The hotel was clean and very boutique like, staff friendly and well mannered. I would not say it is a 4* hotel more like a 3*+ but ideal for a city break...