A Magical Village inside a Metropolis
Gone are the days when Montmartre was a tranquil village packed with vines and windmills. Today, perched high on the ‘Butte’ (Paris’s highest hill), the area is tightly packed with houses, spiraling round the mound below the dome of the Sacré-Coeur. The most romantic part of Paris – a place in which to climb quiet stairways, peer down narrow alleys onto ivy-clad houses, and watch the world go by in atmospheric cafés. Artists have historically been drawn to Montmartre since Renoir and Toulouse-Lautrec immortalized the cabarets here in the late 19th century; even today an arty vibe lives on thanks to the upwardly-mobile film, music and media types that have moved in.
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