Visit Montmartre !

La Bonne Franquette is located in the historic heart of Old Montmartre: all the interesting places to visit are just a few minutes' walk away!

It's easy to visit Old Montmartre on foot. You can also tour it on a little train, which leaves from Place Blanche or Pigalle.

Churches, buildings, streets, statues ...

  • Basilique du Sacré-Cœur

    35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre

  • Eglise Saint-Pierre, the oldest church in Paris, built on the foundations of a Roman temple dedicated to Mars and the last remains of the Royal Abbey of Montmartre

    2 rue du Mont Cenis

  • Montmartre Museum and the Renoir Gardens, where Utrillo and his mother Suzanne Valadon once lived

    12 rue Cortot

  • La Maison Rose

    2 Rue de l'Abreuvoir

  • L’Allée des Brouillards, with its castle that Nerval loved

    It starts at Place Dalida and ends at 4 Place Casadesus.

  • Le Lapin Agile, the original cabaret, once owned by Bruant

    22 rue des Saules

  • Le square Suzanne Buisson evokes the legend of Saint Denis

    7Bis Rue Girardon

  • See the Art Deco buildings of Avenue Junot

  • Le passe-muraille

    Place Marcel Aymé

  • The astonishing Villa Léandre

  • The Moulin de la Galette, immortalised by Renoir

    83 Rue Lepic

  • The House and Statue of Dalida

    Place Dalida

  • The Bateau Lavoir, where Picasso created cubism

    13 place Émile-Goudeau

The vines of Montmartre

  • o In the Middle Ages, the slopes of the Montmartre hills were almost entirely covered with vines, but by the start of the 20th century they had completely disappeared. In 1933, Le Clos Montmartre vineyard was planted in Rue des Saules to reconnect Montmartre with its wine-growing heritage and fend off encroaching housing developments.

    Rue des Saules

Museums

  • Museum of Montmartre

    12-14 rue Cortot

  • Espace Dali

    11 rue Poulbot

  • Museum d’Art naïf Max Fourny - Halle Saint Pierre

    2 rue Ronsard

Theatres & Cinemas

  • Studio 28

    10 rue Tholozé

  • Ciné 13 Théâtre de Claude Lelouch

    1 avenue Junot 

  • Théâtre Montmartre Galabru

    4 rue de l'Armée d'Orient

  • Théâtre des Abbesses

    31 rue des Abbesses

  • Théâtre de l’Atelier

    1 place Charles Dullin

  • Théâtre de la Manufacture des Abbesses

    7 rue Véron

  • Le Trianon

    80 boulevard de Rochechouart

Famous fabric shops

  • o The biggest cloth shops in Paris, Marché Saint Pierre-Dreyfus and Tissus Reine, have been based in Montmartre for nearly a century

    2 rue Charles Nodier

  • Tissus Reine

    3-5 place Saint-Pierre

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