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What to see in the Montmartre neighborhood

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Day 2: Paris: What to see in the Montmartre district: Wall of Je T'aime in Paris, Place du Tertre, Sacre Coeur - Rodin Museum - Champs Elysées - Opera Garnier - Place Vendome - Galleries Lafayette - Montmartre district at night


If you do not have many days in the city a good option to save time and learn more about its history is to book this tour with a guide in Spanish that includes a cruise on the seine and the climb to the Eiffel Tower.
While we have breakfast, we look at the weather for the day and see that today practically all day will be cloudy, so we decided that we will dedicate the morning to the Montmartre neighborhood, an area that we really want to return to and that today, being the A little more gray day, maybe a little more to visit than any other area of ​​Paris.

We leave the Hotel de Nell when it is about 9:30 in the morning and we go directly to the subway that we have near the hotel that in 6 stops and a transfer, takes us to the Montmartre neighborhood.
Keep in mind that when we talk about the subway stop of the Montmartre neighborhood we refer to line 12, which takes you to Abbesses. Although once there, to reach the area of ​​the Sacred Heart, you have to climb some stairs or else, take the funicular, an option that we will choose.
You also have to keep in mind that to go out from this subway station you have to climb 90 steps, so if you don't want to get tired to the street, you can go directly to the elevator that takes you to the same spot. Something to keep in mind, especially if you already know in advance that there are 3 steps.

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