Montmartre may have sold some of its bohemian soul to the tourism industry but this village that once attracted the likes of Picasso and Van Gogh is still quite possibly the most Parisian part of Paris. With narrow, winding cobblestone paths, staircases leading to who-knows-where, cabaret theaters, and windmills, Montmartre is for Trabblrs who don't just mind getting lost - they welcome it. We've listed some of our favorites as well as the mainstays below and have created a Google map to help you out. But please, waver from the list!
A. Café des Deux Moulins - The cafe from the blockbuster film Amelie.
B. Musée de Montmartre - This museum in a manor exhibits art by both the masters that used to live in the quarter as well by current residents.
C. Espace Dalí - Over 300 works by the popular Spanish surrealist artist are on display here. A must for any Dalí fan.
D. Basilique du Sacre Coeur - Yup, it's the massive white basilica that you can't ignore even if you wanted to.
E. Rue Foyatier - Take the stairs alongside the funicular down to the bottom of the hill. It's one of the most famous streets in Paris.
F. Cap off the walk with a drink at Le Progrès, one of the last remaining hip and old school bars in the area.
Meeting point: Outside Café des Deux Moulins. The closest Metro stop is Blanche on the M2 Line.