Join an expert guide on a cinematic exploration of Montmartre, a charming, artsy neighborhood in Paris adored by filmmakers and stars alike. Marvel at iconic Sacré Coeur Basilica and travel back to the 1920s with a journey through Woody Allen’s 'Midnight in Paris.' Visit the real Moulin Rouge for flashbacks of Nicole Kidman’s starring role, and discover the bar, Café des 2 Moulins, where 'Amelie' was filmed. As you wander down narrow cobblestone streets, your guide will teach you about cinema and reveal why so many directors have chosen this part of Paris as the backdrop for their films.
This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Meet at the Blanche metro station in northern Paris for your morning or evening tour of the district of Montmartre. Following your expert guide on a walk up the hill, you’ll be greeted by an impressive view of towering Sacré Coeur Basilica at the summit.
This quaint, historic neighborhood is a haven for artists, making it the perfect setting for films. Learn about the history of cinema and discover why so many directors have chosen this pocket of Paris as their backdrop. In fact, one year, Paris was the setting for more than 900 shoots across film, TV, documentaries and ad campaigns, making it one of the most popular choices for film locations!
As you stroll down cobblestone streets past centuries-old churches, charming shops and creperies, and compact apartment buildings adorned with flower pots and rod-iron balconies, you may recognize this setting from scenes of a popular modern-day film, Midnight in Paris, staring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. Director Woody Allen used these streets as a backdrop for this 1920s period piece, and featured iconic Sacré Coeur Basilica in some of the scenes.
Discover Café des 2 Moulins, the bar and restaurant where many scenes from the movie Amelie, starring French actress Audrey Tautou, were shot. You’ll feel as though you’re a part of the movie as you see this place in real life!
Remember Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge? The real Moulin Rouge cabaret is tucked away in Montmartre! You’ll recognize this must-see attraction by the red windmill on the roof. Listen as your guide describes scenes from the movie and explains how Moulin Rouge became the spiritual birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance.
Sometime during your tour, pop into a local café for a soft drink, cup of coffee or cup of hot chocolate to enjoy as part of your Montmartre film experience. Your Paris movie sites tour ends back at the Blanche metro station.
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Blanche metro station in Montmartre
Daily at 10am or 5pm
From April 2016 until October 2016: 5pm
From November 2016 until March 2017: 10am
2 timer 30 minutter
Returns to original departure point
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