30 minutes by metro, admire the Sacré Coeur which dominates the city. Climb the stairs to go around and take a picture of the Parisian panorama. Unless you prefer to take the funicular, accessible with a metro ticket, before strolling the cobblestone streets of Butte Montmartre. This village was the painters’ district, like Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani or Max Jacob. Today, artists exhibit their works on the Place du Tertre. There is something for everyone, caricaturists included. You can spend the evening dancing and singing at the legendary Moulin Rouge, which continues the tradition of cabaret since the nineteenth century. At Cabaret Michou, dinner is also proposed, in front of a surprising spectacle of transformist artists. The famous Place Pigalle is located below the Butte Montmartre.