The Basilica in Montmartre, Paris, is always a vibrant place to visit, but especially great at night, when locals, tourists and street artists gather here to marvel at the City of Lights.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris is located at the highest point of the city and therefore a good place to actually turn around and gaze at the City of Lights.
You can climb the hill of Montmartre by foot, or you can hop onto the funiculare. Each year, 2 million passengers make use of this railway as alternative to climbing over 300 steps.
Sacre-Coeur from the back. It integrates well into the quarter’s architecture.
What is your favorite Paris location to visit at night?
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