I read the other reviews and I'm not sure if everyone is talking about the same ride. We boarded the train right next to the Sacré-Cœur church, where it had been standing for a while waiting to fill with passengers. This is also the place where we were dropped off again 35 minutes after departure, without any in-between stops. So the tourist train that I was on was not the hop-on-hop-off type. It took us through a street at the top of the hill, but then quickly went down via the famous vineyard, Place Pigalle, the cemetery, then around the hill by the North side on Rue Caulaincourt and up the hill again via Rue Ronsard. The North side of Montmartre hill is not the side that most tourists visit, as the usual approach is from Boulevard de Rochechouart and metro stations Anvers or Pigalle. I thought it was a pleasant ride and I even saw some streets that I had not seen before, in spite of having visited Paris and this area many times. And all this for 6 euros per adult (4 for children). Recommendable.
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