Place Du Tertre, Paris
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Address: Place du Tertre, 75018 Paris, France
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Timings: 24-hrs Details
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One of the un-ignorable spots of Paris is the Place du Tertre. Although the spot is filled with tourists and portrait artists, it previously used to serve as the public square for the city. In fact, the square used to be the main square of Monmartre village before the village was turned into a part of the city. Today, nearly 300 painters, portraitists and caricaturists have made Place du Tertre as their permanent venue to display their masterpieces. Nearly 1 square meter of the land is dedicated to the painters who have the permission to put up their easels for their work.
If you love seeing painting exhibitions or wish to get your portrait done, visit this popular spot to see some of the unique masterpieces in the field of art.
Place Du Tertre Ticket Prices
- Free entry.
Place Du Tertre Opening and Closing Hours
- Ask the locals about the timings of street art exhibition.
How To reach Place Du Tertre by Public Transport
- By Metro: Abbesses
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Although not tops on most tourist's places to visit, your Paris experience will be richer for it if you do journey to this artists' colony. Paintings and their creators line the plaza, inviting your close examination and interaction with the painters and their craft. There is genuine history here, including Picasso and others who graced this place with their works a generation ago. Of course, as is true with all of the tourist spots, beware of gypsies looking to part you from your valuables. Highly recommended.
Happening streets that merge at this park. Lots of restaurants, gift shops (but most are the same thing at each one) , coffee shops , street music and right next to the sacred church. I would love to get a hotel in this area and walk around some more.
Artists of varied calibre. Food is also good and reasonably priced despite hoards of tourists
Amazingly fun to go with friends or a loved one, allot of talent gathers here to draw ones face on paper (for the right price)
Lively & vibrant place with great views & a nice atmosphere. Plenty of choice for real parisian food. A little pricy but worth the visit. Busy until late hours...great for tourists.
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