Sacré Coeur Paris

Montmartre Hill

Free guided tour of Montmartre

Montmartre is a uniquely picturesque part of Paris, very specific, because it has been a village located outside the city for decades. Unfortunately, many just walk the stairs up to the Sacred Heart and miss the core of Montmartre.

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How can you get the real Montmartre ? The best way is no doubt to walk up there, specially from Blanche metro station, then, you want to forget the map in your hand and just walk and turn righ or left whenever you feel like it. The true spirit of Montmartre can be approach only at this price.

Since ever Montmartre has been the home of artists and eccentric people seeking for freedom. On this very little part of Paris there are many treasure to be found, but there is one rule only : don’t follow the crowd!

To give you the best experience of the most celebrated neighborhood of Paris, a young company have designed very special tours : the concept is simple : See Paris with a local. Those guided tours in english will give you all the aspect of the true Paris : from the meaningful history, to the present events. they reveal the best address of the hill, and every thing you need to feel like a real Parisian.
Try those young and energetic guides that will give you the real taste of the city.

All the info about times and dates are HERE for a Montmartre tour with a local.
They will take you from the Moulin Rouge to the Sacred Heart, by sneaking into side-streets full of surprises, showing you the homes of the most famous French artists and singers, introducing you to the paradox lying in the district : how can Montmartre be the craziest and the most peaceful place in Paris at the same time ?

30 000 guests have tried a tour with us this year only, why not you? Check our reviews on Trip Advisor and experience with us what others just see.

Enjoy our new Insider’s tour of the Paris flea Market.
Local Parisians are ready to show you the Flea Market, a city of its own, open on weekends only, this is where some of the best antics are bought and sold. Join us and find out about it’s mysteries, learn to hassle, learn to recognize original objects from copies.

Trip Advisor Flea MarketFind reviews from other travelers about our tour on our Paris Flea Market Trip Advisor page.


For 2012 Discover Walks also offers a brand new walking tour to help you feeling the contrast of each one of Paris’ neighborhoods : The Welcome to Paris Grand Tour.
For €35 join a great orientation tour in a small and intimate walking tour that alos includes a boat cruise on the River Seine.

Discover Walks’ “FREE Paris walks” are not scholarly tours. Your City Guide is a native Parisian who knows what it’s like to live in Paris – and gives you tips on what to do, what to see, and where to shop and eat. It’s like having a new friend in Paris.
The tours are FREE, and supported by the tips of your choosing.
After this 90-minute walk, you will return with heart-beating memories, a better sense for how Paris lives, and great photo shots.
Reservations are not required – simply show up at your convenience.
The tour meets ouside Metro Blanche, at street level.
Closest metro station: Blanche.
The walks start on time every day at 11am rain or shine. Look for our distinct pink vest.
Link to MAP HERE

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- Top 10 Paris Attraction in Trip Advisor !
- Since our guides work only for tips, every tour is consistently one of the best in Europe.


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