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Imagine Florentine, with its cafes, bars, young people, everyone’s atmosphere know everyone, and the street art of course! And now – add a little more class, beautiful buildings and croissants on the side, we are excited to introduce you to the most special neighborhood in Paris – the Montmartre!
Montmartre in French This is the connection between the two words Mont = Mount and Martre = Martyrs. The name of the mountain was given to him after his summit was executed in Christian saints in 272 AD, since the hill passed many incarnations, planted vines on it and built windmills on it. This area was considered for many years outside the city of Paris, and did not really want to live or stay in it.
At the beginning of the last century the white and beautiful Sacra cold basilica basilica was built on the top of the hill, which became the symbol of the neighborhood and the city, and in the neighborhood began to live young and poor artists (Modilani, Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh ..)
Today the neighborhood is considered part of the 18th district of Paris, becoming a hipster, and a particularly tourist destination! The bustling cafes, street artists, fashion, history and lots of stairs 🙂
So what should you do in Montmartre?
If you are planning for half a day or a day in the neighborhood, you should know in advance- the area is relatively well-traveled and you have to find the hidden gems with the stunning scenery, for that- go up the mountain, up the stairs, and much 🙂
– Our recommendation, get lost! Walk around freely and enjoy the special streets, which have the feel of a small neighborhood and less Paris and the greater Paris.
– Open your eyes and look for street art, which is different from the rest of the city’s colorful areas (Belleville and District 13) as the neighborhood’s artists live and create just below their home! Like our little Florentine. You can find special glued pieces, or sprayed with a stencil, you will even find pencil inscriptions referring to French culture (like the caption “I miss Ginsburg” referring to the late French singer Serge Ginsburg).
– Find a small, hidden cafe that has nothing like a relaxed, authentic coffee, hint: There is one near ABBESSES Square, right next to the Red Church, on the right ();
– Surrounding the Sacre couer (almost) is an impressive experience, as the ascent on it is also particularly challenging. Certainly the view from the stairs to all of Paris is particularly breathtaking when the weather is beautiful (: small recommendation – walk away towards the left side of the church (if your face towards it) and you will discover a different and impressive angle of this special building, right near the start of the center of Monmertre In Tertre Square there are many artists and specialty shops (be careful not to fall into tourist shops!)
– Take note of the changing architecture of this neighborhood, especially on Rue de l’Abreuvoir where there is a lovely mix of eras and styles, this is a colorful and green street that will take you back to Picasso’s Paris and even Napoleon (one of the houses was the Napoleonic historian!)
– The statue of Dalida. Who knows and who doesn’t, Dalida was an Italian-Egyptian singer who very much loves France, and lives right here in the neighborhood. Her life was full of drama, love and art and she was considered a great diva. Today, after her death, her statue is placed in a tiny square in the quieter area of the Monmouth. A golden statue that as you approach it, notice that it is cleaner and brighter in the chest area! Why? Rumor has it that if you touch the statue right there, it brings good luck ..!
We recommend that you take a few hours a day with nice weather and walk around the neighborhood, if you follow the recommendations we would love to hear what you thought and how of course you were!