Well worth a visit if a Pylonso fan, if you are in the art atmosphere, you can also punch in, very tuned place, if you are just walking the big attractions, you can choose to ignore it.
This is a place where Picasso's footsteps are left, attracting art lovers from all over the world to visit. It is a very historical place in itself, if you are a fan of Picasso, it is worth visiting
Be sure to include this coat of arms in the itinerary of Montmartre, where Picasso once lived, like a sailor's cabin. The price is very cheap, and poor artists can afford houses there. The square itself is one of the oldest drinking fountains in the city, surrounded by four bronze statues.
The Bateau-Lavoir washing ship is not a real ship, but the name of a building in the Montmartre district. It is now slightly dilapidated, but at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, this place was a well-known cultural salon. Some famous artists live, communicate and meet here. Picasso lived here from 1904-1909. In 1908, the celebration banquet of French post-impressionist painter Henri Rousseau was held here. This gathering is a legend in art history, and the comedy movie "Picasso's Bizarre Journey" is based on it. It is said that the French president came to the banquet dressed up as a balloon. Get off at Abbesses station on the M12 line.
There is nothing to visit, but if you are a fan of Picasso, you must stop here. You can imagine Picasso’s time. Located in the Montmartre district, the transportation is very convenient.