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How to Reach Montmartre in Paris

It used to house several artists and legends of their time
Montmartre In Paris

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How to Reach Montmartre in Paris

For those wondering how to reach Montmartre, the best part is that it is very well connected to the other parts of the city via local transport options. There several metro stations nearby, including the Anvers, Blanche and Pigalle stations on the Line 2 of Paris Metro, and the Pigalle, Jules Joffrin, Lamarck – Caulaincourt and Abbesses metro stations on the Line 12 of Paris Metro. From any of these metro stations, it will not take long for people to walk over to the Montmartre. For those looking to get here via local buses, the closest bus stop is the Anvers Sacré-Coeur bus stop. The buses that stop here include the 30, 31, 80 and 85. The bus stop is right at the foot of the hill that Montmartre is on.


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Why is Montmartre famous?

Montmartre is famed for its artistic history, a rocking nightlife and of course, the Sacre Coeur right at its summit. It is a major attraction for locals and tourists alike.

Which artists have previously lived in Montmartre?

Artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Pierre Brissaud, Jacques Villon, Alfred Jarry, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Suzanne Valadon, Henri Matisse, André Derain, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Edgar Degas have previously lived and painted in Montmartre.

Is it safe to roam around Montmartre at night?

Montmartre is one of the safest places to be in, when in Paris. The party here continues well into the night, and mostly people are up and about all through the night.