Meet your guide at Place des Abbesses near the Metro exit. The Moulin Rouge was a Cabaret popular among the Impressionists such as Toulouse Lautrec and others within the Post Impressionist Movement including Van Gogh, Gaugin and Cezanne. Continuing on the Rue Lepic you will see the Moulin de la Galette. Renoir painted this place, once an open air dance hall. Passing by the Bateau Lavoir we climb to the Musee’ de Montmartre. This evocative Museum recaptures the feeling of those past Bohemian days with its old posters, paintings, photos and recreation of period rooms. The house was rented at various times by Renoir, Dufy, Suzanne Valadon and her alcoholic son Utrillo. Here one can see the tiny Montmartre Vineyard. The renovated atelier of Suzanne Valadon,Manet's pupil tells us more about the Impressionists and their life full of passions who lived all around it. You will be offered an aperitif in a cafe linked to artists like Picasso and Utrillo who lived in the area. Some of these cafes are located in front of the Lapin Agile a famous Cabaret “very Frenchy” only open at night. We then visit the Sacre Coeur Cathedral whose iconic dome is higher than the Eiffel Tour. From its Esplanade Paris stretches before your eyes, vibrant and still pervaded by the joie de vivre for which it is famous. At the end of this Tour you can either remain in Montmartre and enjoy lunch in one of the Restaurants or descend the 270 steps to take a taxi or the Metro at Anvers Station. Alternatively you can take the Funicular and if you let us know, the guide can purchase the tickets in advance.