No doubt, Montmartre is a must-visit spot for any respectable Paris trip. It's a neighborhood located on a small hill in the north of the city and known as the birthplace of Impressionism and the Belle Époque. It hosted artists such as Modigliani, Van Gogh, Utrillo, and Picasso among many others. Climbing the 130m hill may seem daunting, but we will take the less steep and less traveled paths to make it an easy and enjoyable trek. We'll begin our journey at Moulin Rouge, the famous nightclub which is known for its lively can-can performances. This cabaret has been a common subject of paintings by Tolouse-Lautrec, who portrayed the dancers and patrons of the club. Shortly after, we'll be passing by the 2 Moulins Café, which gained recognition through the movie The Fabulous World of Amélie.