Guided Tour: Visit Montmartre

Saturday 12th September at 2:30pm

With the CIJP – Club International des Jeunes à Paris

Discover one of the last remaining villages of Paris. High up on its hill, Montmartre fascinates as it does intrigue. This district has managed to hold on to its village-like soul. We will retrace the steps of famous artists such as Cézanne and Picasso in an area packed full with charm, a hallmark of the Parisian skyline.

The Sacré-cœur

This majestic church attracts tourists and pilgrims from around the globe. Built just after the torment of 1870 and 1871, the building was erected to pay for the sins of the Parisians. They were able to buy stones or larger parts of the building and, as such, helped its construction.

La Place Du Tertre

Nowadays swamped with restaurants and various painters, this square remains one of the most charming areas of Paris, with its quaint and village-like atmosphere. Home to the first headquarters formed in Montmartre during the Revolution, the Place du Tertre was also one of the pivotal spots in the turmoil of the late-nineteenth century.

Le Cabaret Du Lapin Agile

First known as Le Rendez-vous des Voleurs (The Rogues Hideout), then Le Cabaret des Assassins (The Assassins’ Cabaret), this bar was taken over by a former cabaret singer, who decided to put pan-fried rabbit on the menu. That is how the establishment’s name was coined, a place that has seen many famous artists pass through its doors, Utrillo and Apollinaire to name just a few.

Your guide for the day will be Mégane, who can be contacted on 06 19 30 79 39.


6€ (members, online payment), 10€ (non-members, without booking)

Start Time

Saturday 12th September at 2:30pm


M° Abbesses (line 12) at the top of the stairs

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