Montmarte is one of the most popular historic areas in Paris, with the Sacré-Cœur Basilica its beacon atop the 130-metre Montmartre hill, the highest point in Paris. It is famous for the cafés and studios of many great artists, such as Dalí, Monet and Picasso, and it is easily recognizable as the filming location of the movie "Amélie". Other famous places in the area are the Moulin Rouge and Lapin Agile, downhill to the southwest, in the red-light district of Pigalle.
Public Transport: Metro line 2: "Blanche", "Pigalle", "Anvers". Metro line 12: "Abbesses".