Tag Archives: Mur des je t’aime

Montmartre in Paris, Episode 134

Montmartre, Paris Podcast

Overview of Montmartre as seen from the Eiffel Tower
Montmartre from the Eiffel Tower. Photo Antonis Lamnatos.

In today’s episode Elyse and Annie look at what makes Montmartre so special and so popular. Why do tourists go there in such great numbers? What do French people think about it? Is Montmartre genuine Paris, or is it just a tourist trap?

Would you like to tour France with Annie and Elyse? Visit Addicted to France to choose an upcoming tour.

Montmartre Restaurants we like: A la mère Catherine on place du Tertre. or one Annie enjoyed very much, Le Potager du Père Thierry (16 rue des Trois Frères), it is very small, reserve the day before!

If you like this episode, you should also check out the episode on  Moulin Rouge.

Episode Highlights

  • Where is Montmartre?
  • How to Get to Montmatre
  • Montmartre as a Neighborhood
  • Montmatre, a Brief History
    • Origins of the Name Montmartre
    • Martyrs at Montmartre
    • Saint-Denis at Montmartre
  • Montmartre the Village
  • Vineyard in Montmartre
  • Montmartre during the French Revolution
  • How Did Montmartre Become a Place for Artists?
  • Le Mur des je t’aime or Wall of Love
  • Le Passe Muraille on Place Aymé

Take the 5 minute survey here.

Support the show on Patreon.


RSS | iTunes | Android | Stitcher Radio | TuneIn Radio

Continue reading Montmartre in Paris, Episode 134