Admire live the remarkable Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris (Sacré-Cœur Basilica, or simply Sacré-Cœur) one of the most famous landmarks in Paris, in France. The Roman Catholic Church is at the highest point in the city, at the summit of the Montmartre hill. The Sacré-Cœur Basilica is the second most visited religious monument in the city (more than 11.5 million tourists and pilgrims each year) set in Montmartre district (called "La Butte"), an exceptional district of Paris. The outstanding white church was built between 1875 and 1914, of travertine stone and showing Romano-Byzantine features. Many French motifs are seen in the Basilica including the equestrian statues of saints King Saint Louis IX and Joan of Arc adorning the portico with its three arches. The Sacré-Cœur Basilica reaches 83 metres (272 feet) and visitors may access the top of the dome for incredible views over the French capital!
To have a look around the elegant surroundings of Montmartre hill please find our map by scrolling down the page.