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  • Paris: Montmartre 2-Hour Walking Tour

    1. Paris: Montmartre 2-Hour Walking Tour

    Begin your 2.5-hour tour of Montmartre at the infamous Moulin Rouge. From here, you will move up the hill to see artist studios, statues of pop stars, and the church that is located at the highest point of Paris, the fabulous white wedding cake of the Sacré Coeur. Discover what made Vincent Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Salvador Dali all want to call this eclectic district home. The tour covers all the major sites that make it famous, including the bohemian Artists' Square, Montmartre Vineyard – the last authentic vineyard in Paris – Van Gogh’s House, Café des Deux Moulins (recognizable from the movie Amélie), and the last windmill left standing in Paris. Wander through Paris’s Red Light District, see Picasso's former studio, and listen to fantastic anecdotes, such as the legend of Paris' first bishop, the headless Saint Denis. Discover Renoir's...

    One of the best things I did in Paris! Loved hearing the history of Montemarte and all of Paris in that beautiful place.

  • Montmartre: Walking Tour

    2. Montmartre: Walking Tour

    Explore Montmartre on a guided walking tour of Paris’ famously bohemian neighborhood. Let your guide show you its hidden gems while sharing secrets about Montmartre with you. Don’t miss iconic sights such as the Sacré-Cœur, the famous basilica and Paris’ glistening white beacon at the top of Montmartre’s hill. Discover Place du Tertre, a square home to artists by day and Montmartre’s nightlife when the sun goes down. And, of course, stroll by Paris’ most famous cabaret, the Moulin Rouge. See Toulouse Lautrec’s old haunt and the birthplace of the can-can dance, as immortalized in the famous 2001 movie. Discover the artsy neighborhood that inspired the likes of Van Gogh, Picasso, and Dalí, and served as the background for cultural classics such as the film “Amélie”.

  • Montmartre & Sacré Coeur: 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

    3. Montmartre & Sacré Coeur: 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

    Discover the charming and picturesque quarter of Montmartre, the fascinating Parisian village perched on top of a hill, on this private 2.5-hour guided walking tour. Wander its cobbled streets and walk in the footsteps of famous artists that once called the neighborhood home, including the former home of Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso's art studio, and the former haunts of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Learn from your knowledgeable, English-speaking guide the thrilling history of Montmartre and the captivating tales of the Belle Époque and the area’s notorious cabarets, including the famous Moulin Rouge. Step into the Sacré Coeur, the stunning white basilica perched on the hill in the heart of Montmartre, and enjoy a spectacular panoramic view over Paris as the sun goes down.

    Loved everything about this place. The guide, Oliver was amazing and so well versed in art and art history. He really made the city come alive with the knowledge he presented. The area was gorgeous and I couldn’t have asked for a better tour to end my trip.

  • Paris: Montmartre 3-Hour Challenge Course

    4. Paris: Montmartre 3-Hour Challenge Course

    Come discover Intripid's "super frenchy" challenge course. To discover Montmartre differently and in a more fun way, you are offered a challenge course with animations and a referee for a duration of 3 hours. You will take part in 10 challenges to win a bottle of champagne. Some examples of challenges to complete during the course are a visit of the Butte, solving puzzles, making your own pancake, eating snails, recognizing varieties of different wines, cheese tasting and a petanque party. Make new friends and challenge yourself playing fun games on this interactive and enjoyable activity. It offers a different way to discover Paris, surely to be unlike anything you have ever experienced before!

  • Paris: Orsay Museum + Montmartre Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

    5. Paris: Orsay Museum + Montmartre Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

    This 5 hour tour explores origins of the Impressionist movement. Start at the Orsay Museum where you will skip the line and enter directly into its main collection of artwork by the likes of Monet and Cezanne. Then head to the Montmartre neighborhood and experience the surroundings that are the background of the impressionist's lives. The tour can welcome up to 8 guests and includes transportation between the two locations. This small group tour will connect the artwork at Musée d’Orsay with the neighborhood that was home to most of its artists, Montmartre. Step back into time to the 19th century, when Paris was living the Belle Epoque, when cancan dancers kicked high and when artists enjoyed absinthe in cafés. Explore the cobbled streets stretching between the Moulin Rouge and the Sacré Coeur basilica, considered to be the home of the art movement known as Impressionism.  Highlights ...

  • Montmartre, Paris: The Locals' Favorite Arrondissement

    6. Montmartre, Paris: The Locals' Favorite Arrondissement

    In these charming and multicultural neighborhoods, you'll discover both Montmartre’s classic postcard aesthetic and the more off-the-beaten-path, artistic neighborhood of Clignancourt where most tourists don’t venture. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Follow your local host as they lead you through the labyrinth of streets to experience life in Paris like a local. From cheap to gourmet food, from high-end boutiques to unpretentious shops and flea markets, from sophisticated pastries shops to tiny cafes and everyday roadside markets, the 18th borough has it all. Get to you know your local host, and they’ll be able to recommend spots they know you’ll love, so you can eat, drink, shop and party like a local during your trip. 

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What people are saying about Rue Lepic

Our tour guide, Francois was exceptional! He was experienced, knowledgable and very entertaining. I would never have known the stories behind the area just walking around by myself. He was animated and put on a performance, acting out artists through different voices. So fun! The walk was beautiful and we went at an appropriate pace for the group. I would highly recommend this tour for the history lesson and a different side of Paris!

My boyfriend and I were in Paris for a few days and this tour was one of the best experiences we had! Montmartre is so charming and has a rich history that is fascinating to learn about. Our guide Alberto is a passionate storyteller that kept our tour group engaged and entertained the entire time. He also gave many recommendations of places to eat and drink at and things to see and do, which we really appreciated!

Our guide Dawie is a great guy who knows a lot about the history of Montmartre and he managed to give us great insights on this beautiful part of the city and its history that comprises for example Vincent van Gogh, Dalida, Toulouse-Lautrec and last but not least The Faboulos Destiny of Amélie Poulain. Definitely recommended!

Loved everything about this place. The guide, Oliver was amazing and so well versed in art and art history. He really made the city come alive with the knowledge he presented. The area was gorgeous and I couldn’t have asked for a better tour to end my trip.

Oliver was just there with passion and you could tell! His charisma and British humor made the tour the highlight of our visit to Paris.