Le Village de Montmartre
How about taking a walk in what could be called the village of Paris?
With its narrow cobblestone streets, small shops, its artistic ambiance and its vineyard, Montmartre is more than just a neighborhood in Paris. It is one of the most charming areas of the French capital, and taking a walk there feels just like walking in a small quaint French village.
Our Le Village de Montmartre walking tour will let you see and feel all that, and much more!
Our expert and fully licensed guide will take you on a 2 hour walking tour through the secrets of Montmartre, from the iconic white Sacré Coeur Basilica, perched on top of the hill, to the cabarets, vineyard and mills that characterize this neighborhood.
You will also discover the artistic side of Montmartre, both past and present. Many would famous artists such as Picasso, Renoir and Van Gogh have lived here. Today, many talented artists join on the Place du Tertre, selling their sketches and paintings to those who want to bring home a piece of Montmartre’s artistic legacy.
Your children won’t just follow the guide. They will even lead you and the guide through the many curiosities of the neighborhood. Using an easy-to-read map and an entertaining guidebook, your children will have 2 hours of pure fun and excitement.
If you want to get a magnificent panoramic view of Paris and discover the intimate side of Montmartre, than our Le Village de Montmartre tour is perfect for your whole family!
- A 2 hour walking tour through the many curiosities of Montmartre
- A professional and fully licensed guide
- A map and game booklet for the children
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||5 years|
|What is included:||
– Priority access to the Montmartre Museum
– Fun-packed game booklet
– An experienced private guide
They loved it:
Sabrina, Valentine and Gaspard, 9 and 5 years: “What a glorious morning that was in Montmartre despite the cold weather… The kids and I really appreciated Charlotte’s company and the enthusiasm with which she told us the village’s stories on the way round. We pottered around little nooks and crannies that we definitely never would have found ourselves, and especially loved the visit to the charming, ‘hidden gem’ of a museum. Valentine and Gaspard absolutely adored the games that really helped them get an understanding for the history of Montmartre and Paris. The thing I loved most was hearing my five year old son telling his Daddy about everything he’d seen and learnt. We’ll remember Family Twist for future fun and games in Montmartre!”