Basilique du Sacré-Coeur
Basilique du Sacré-Coeur Reviews
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It was quite interesting to walk around this area where artist used to stay. My kids just found it weird to walk around the cemetery to see Dalida's tomb stone but it was very unique really. We love the Sacre Coeur !
Excellent small group walking tour that took us from the base of Montmarte to Sacre Coeur. Our guide was well prepared as he led us from the Moulin Rouge, to the cemetary and past the homes of many of the Impressionists. He told it in a very personal way which made it even mor einteresting.
I was looking forward to a guide through Sacre Coeur but this tour stopped outside of the church.
I had not used Viator before but would certainly us of again. The tour guide we had was incredible. Not only did he have a great knowledge of the history of the area but was also an artist so he shared so much information about the artists who inhabited buildings in the area.We saw Moulin Rouge,Moulin de la Galette,cemetery,Sacre Coeur,Au Lapin Agile contrasting parts of Montmartre.The tour lasted 6 hrs. and we were physically and emotionally exhausted but learned so much. The guide was also helpful in helping us find our way home at the end of the tour. This was my best day in Paris.
Unfortunately, we missed the walking tour, as we were not aware of the daylight saving changeover. We left the arranged area after waiting for about 20 minutes, thinking that there was a no show. Nevertheless, we did the Montmatre and Sacre Coeur walk ourselves and it is indeed somethng not to miss. Suggest the tour though instead. .
Be prepared for a lot of walking!!! This tour does not include the Sacre Coeur it finishes there. The guide we had 'Gill' was fantastic and very knowledgeable.
This was an amazing walking tour. The guide was an English speaker and shared with us all the history of Montmarte. Because it was raining, our group was only 5 people which gave us a better experience and the ability to ask questions. Montmarte was such an influential part of the history of Paris, as was its impact on the art world. My only slightly negative take away was that we ended up at the Sacre Coeur and it wasn't really part of the tour. C'est la vie- it is free to enter Sacre Coeur, and only 8 Euros to go down into the Catacombs. I had arrived early and gone into the church, as well as the Musee de Montmarte (highly recommended), so all in all it was a perfect 2 hours.
a very enjoyable walking tour. Well paced even though it is quite hilly.You see all the main attractions of the area and our guide, Gill, was very informative. Magnificent views of Paris once you get to Sacre Coeur. Wouldn't suit people with any walking impediments.
Be prepared for lots of walking and lots of OMG!! This is a great way to learn about and see Montmartre. Kit, my guide, was so informative! Tour finishes at Sacre Coeur and if you have the energy, you MUST walk the 300 steps to the top!! Breath taking! Highly recomment this tour!
Even though we paid for the tour we opted to sleep in that day and do Sacre Coeur on our own.
Like all the other favourable comments, we agree wholeheartedly. The English guide was knowledgeable and enthusiastic from start to finish. Our appreciation of Montmatre was definitely enhanced by taking the guided tour. The climax was of course was the Sacre Coeur.
Sofia didn't seem to be very friendly and enthusiastic that made this tour a bit boring. Otherwise, Sacre Coeur is a must see spot in Paris!
A brilliant tour.
The long walk up to Sacre Coeur was filled with plenty of stops with our guide telling us wonderful true stories about the many artists who lived in the area.
Our guide also lived in the area so was able to point out all the great restaurants and bars.
A family friendly tour.
Tour guide Scott was great. Very informative and interesting walk taking a much easier way up the hill to Sacre Coeur.
A very enjoyable tour of this area of Paris. Our guide was interesting and spoke clearly and loudly enough for all the group to hear. The pace was appropriate and we covered a lot in the time allowed. It was great to finish at Sacre Coeur and have our own time there.