Stroll through the tiny streets, visit the square where you will find painting artists and the main hill, where you will have a great view of Paris.
Start your journey on the Montmartre is better from Anvers Station, from which you need just a few minutes to get to the main hill on top of which is based the Basilica of Sacre Coeur. Here you can stop and breathe the clean air of Paris, looking at the roofs of buildings.
Not far away from the Basilica, Place du Tertre
is hiding, where street artists draw portraits and exhibit their works to the public, here you can feel the creative atmosphere.
Downstairs, you can take a photo next to the only vineyard of Paris, you will see the cabaret "Le Moulin de la Galette", which can be discovered by the building - impressive wooden windmill. Walk on a quiet street Lepic, which was built by Napoleon, reach the world's first cinema "Studio 28", that works till nowadays, and soon you reach the Boulevard de Clichy. Here is the famous Moulin Rouge
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