Cimetière de Montmartre

20 avenue Rachel - 75018 Paris Montmartre - La Chapelle
The Montmartre cemetery, officially known as the Cimitière du Nord, opened in 1825. It is the third largest necropolis in Paris, after the Père Lachaise cemetery and the Montparnasse cemetery. The Pont de Caulaincourt, a metal bridge built in 1888, spans over the 11 hectare cemetery. Full of trees (maple trees, chestnut trees, lime trees and thuja), the site is perfect for walking and is situated close to the Sacré-Coeur. The cemetery has 20,000 burial plots and among the famous people buried there includes Stendhal, Émile Zola, Gustave Moreau, Berlioz, Sacha Guitry and even Dalida, whose grave is the most visited and has the most flowers.


Open every day of the year, except during exceptional circumstances (ice, strong winds, etc.).


Access via Avenue Rachel. Toilers accessible to disabled people. We advise those with difficulties walking not to visit the cemetery (paving, slopes, etc.).
The Paris City Council offers tours for the deaf and hard of hearing; these tours are free upon presentation of proof. For groups, the tariff is raised to €85 during the week (supplement for Sundays, public holidays and foreign languages: €25).

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20 avenue Rachel
75018 Paris
Public transportation
213Place de Clichy
9580Clichy - Caulaincourt

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