Cheap Hotels in Montmartre Paris What to see With its cobbled streets and charmingly old-fashioned architecture, the hilltop neighbourhood of Montmartre is one of the most appealing in Paris and has been popularised in films like Amélie. A century ago, this bohemian district was a crucible for some of the most important artistic and intellectual movements of the 20th century, and remains a popular area for artists. Remnants of its old atmosphere survive in cabarets such as the Moulin Rouge, now much sanitised, but still hugely popular. The neighbourhood is crowned by the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur, one of Paris' most recognisable landmarks; there are stunning views over the city from the square in front of the church.
Local vibe Montmartre is a very popular tourist destination, its streets and squares always packed by day or night. It's full of (usually pricy) shops, cafés and bars; walk a little further afield to find more reasonably priced options.
Practicalities The most convenient metro stations for Montmartre are Abbesses, Barbès-Rochechouart, Anvers, Château Rouge, and Lamarck-Caulaincourt. It's also served by a funicular, which operates from near the Place Suzanne Valadon at the bottom of the hill and the basilica at the top.
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