There are several ways to go up to Montmartre in Paris. If you're very adventurous you can take a car (good luck with that). The most convenient way is to take the metro to Anvers and then either take the Funiculaire up to Sacré-Cœur or walk up to the basilica. Or - and that is the most challenging option - you can walk all the way up. Or should I better say, climb?
It's a steep hill. The "price" on top of it are gorgeous views over Paris
and of course the lively scene on top of the hill. There is more than "just" Sacré-Cœur - but that will be covered in a later post. Today I am concentrating on the stairs up the hill - and the fences that accompany these paths.
This is the very last part up to the basilica - when you're already sweaty and out of breath.
I'm linking up to Theresa's "Good Fences" again!