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Montmartre Apartments

Montmartre, the legendary hill

For an intense experience of Paris, etched into the collective memory since the 19th century, you can't do better than renting a vacation apartment in Montmartre. At more than 425 feet high, the hill of the Butte Montmartre, the highest point in Paris, is a site that is truly symbolic of Paris. It is the point where working class Paris and artistic Paris meet, with an extraordinary religious structure, the Sacré-Coeur, in the center.

Where art and religion meet

Half-city, half-village, and sitting above Paris, Montmartre has inspired painters since the 19th century. Pissarro, Van Gogh, Picasso, and Toulouse-Lautrec loved to spend time here in search of inspiration and share their ideas over a drink on the café terraces. Caricaturists and other amateur painters try to maintain a tradition that sometimes seems nothing more than a tourist industry. The best way to explore Montmartre is by walking around or taking the cable car to really soak up the unique atmosphere of this corner of the capital.

An abundance of treasures

There are some things that really should not be missed. First, the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur and its three byzantine-inspired domes. It was supposed to atone for the sins that led to the divine punishment of the French defeat by Prussia in 1870. Montmartre is also known for its theaters: the Abbesses theater, the Manufacture des Abbesses, La Cigale, or even the Boule Noire which is reminiscent of the cabarets of the 19th century. To find out more about the neighborhood and the artists who frequented it, the Musée de Montmartre, Erik Satie's house, and Dalida's house reveal many secrets.

Local stores in Montmartre

For those who love textiles, the Saint-Pierre market is the place to go. For eating, the hill is swarming with restaurants and little brasseries. On the other hand, there are more shops on either side of the hill. Metro connections are available throughout the area at the Abbesses (line 12), Pigalle (lines 2 and 12), Lamarck-Caulaincourt (line12), and Château Rouge (line 4) stations.

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