Tourism and tourism
Built in 1995, on the site of hall Baltard, hall Saint Pierre fits in the cultural history of the Montmartre quarter. The Museum and gallery are dedicated to naive and singular contemporary art. The exhibitions, conferences and concerts also liven up the place.
Free entrance everyday from 2 to 6pm at 2 rue Ronsard at the foot of the Sacred Heart
Espace Dali is located at 11 rue Poulbot, has the biggest collection in France of works of the artist in particular the exceptional exhibition of 54 sculptures.
You can also learn which techniques Dali used in his graphic work: lithograph prints, screenprinting.
Once depreciated and considered a symbol of ugliness, the basilica of the Sacred - heart now is one of the main Parisian sites. From its forecourt, you will discover an unmatched panorama of the city.
Rue Lepic starts on Boulevard de Clichy at the foot of butte Montmartre and merges into Place du Tertre.
The lower part of Montmartre, where Hotel 29 Lepic is, is very lively; numerous businesses sell every types of products; bars, cafés (for example 2 Mills) and restaurants add to the typical Monmartre atmosphere. The more quiet high part goes along the Mill of La Galette before succeeding on the Place du Tertre and the Sacré Coeur by the Street Norvins.
To know everything in 40 minutes. If you know nothing of the history of Montmartre this is the ideal way to learn a little more before going to the Museum of Montmartre. Through a guided tour, you will see all the emblematic places of Montmartre. Departure from Place Blanche down rue Lepic, every day from 10am to 18pm and summer departures until midnight.
To be seen at least once. when you stay at hotel 29 Lepic, Place du Tertre is a must-see. This is one of emblematic places of the hill. It once was Montmartre's main square, before it became part of Paris. We recommend you to learn more about the history of this district and visit the nearby Montmartre museum.
After admiring the breathtaking view from the Sacré Coeur Basilica , visit the Montmartre cemetery. Smaller than that of Pere Lachaise, many famous people are buried there. Pick up a map at the entrance to find your way in the 27ac maze between the tombs of Stendhal , Degas, Nijinsky , Feydeau , Offenbach, Charcot , Guitry , Dalida or Berger .
Major place in Paris, Montmartre and the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur.
Weather permitting, you will enjoy a fantastic view over Paris. From the park, you can see the roof of Opera Garnier, Centre Pompidou, Tour Montparnasse, the Invalide's Dome and of course, the Eiffel Tower.
The lights of the room go out, the curtain gets up …
The whole troupe comes on stage under the admiring eyes of the audience. From this moment, the spectators are intoxicated by the beauty of Doriss Girls and Doriss Dancers, and the frentic French Cancan!
Built in 2000, by Frédérique Bardon and Claire Kito with tiles made of enamelled lava, "le mur des je t'aime" is located in the small public garden Jehan-Rictus. It is surrounded by pear trees, maples and hornbeams. The wall reads "i love you", written in 311 languages, in a message of universal love and peace.
Located on place des Abesses, open from 9 am till 8:30 pm in the summer
A secret Haven of peace, from April to October, the garden of the Museum of Romantics life is transformed into a charming tea house with cast iron tables and chairs. Underneath the lovely greenhouse or in the shade of secular trees, and surrounded by magnificent rose bushes, it is a great place for a romantic getaway or just a peaceful break...
16 rue Chaptal 75009 Paris