Explore the quirky and vibrant streets of Montmartre district on board an adorable mini train! Also known as The Mountain of Martyrs, Montmartre is known for its ivy clad houses, cobbled lanes, and rich history. Years ago, it was the center of the arts community, and a famous gathering spot for many of the Belle Époque’s most brilliant artists and writers. On this tour, you'll pass by notable stops like the Place Blanche, Moulin Rouge, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Amphitheatre, and Arenas. You'll also pass by Saint-Pierre Church, which offers an insight into the evolution of French architectural styles. See artists covering every square inch of the Place du Tertre selling their masterpieces, as well, and visit the smallest of Montmartre's three cemeteries, Saint-Vincent Cemetery. This activity is for you if you want to know about Paris' bohemian history.