Montmartre has managed to keep its bohemian soul over the years. On this walking tour you’ll discover the charms of this neighborhood, walking off the beaten track to seek out and taste local artisan products. Visit a pâtissier, a charcutier, and others.
What to Expect
Visit Montmartre, a Paris neighborhood renowned for its bohemian atmosphere, and get a true taste of its gastronomical traditions as well.
Take a 3-hour guided walk through the small streets of this village and discover its age-old appeal. Taste its artisanal products including local charcuterie, wine, breads, and pastries.
Your first stop on the hill will be at a patisserie, where you’ll have a chance to taste the fine tarts that are a specialty of the shop. Afterwards, as you continue your walk along Lepic and Abbesses streets, you’ll visit a fishmonger, a butcher, a charcutier, a baker, and a fresh produce merchant.
The tour end in front of Clos Montmartre winery, one of the last traces of Montmartre’s agricultural past.
- Guided tour
- Tastings of charcutier specialities, bread, wine, and pastries
Meet your guide in front of Starbucks, 5, place blanche, 75 018 PARIS. Nearest metro station: Blanche (line 2)
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