Visit of Montmartre
A village in the capital. A real village with climbing narrow streets and vines. Change of scenery!
This is an area that cultivates the paradoxes; born with the installation of monks who planted vines on its slopes and installed mills, the mount was colonized in the nineteenth century by guinguettes and cafés that attracted anarchists and artists.
Mysticism marked his return with the imposing building of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in the aftermath of the defeat of 1870 and the Commune.
Today, it receives more than ten million visitors a year and offers an extraordinary view of Paris.