Montmartre, Pigalle, Clignancourt – 6 appartments

Montmartre is today trendy, this small hill has long been a popular neighborhood. Its nineteenth-century village side has not changed much with its low houses and vineyard. If there remains only one mill out of the 12 of yesteryear and its roofs are no longer thatched, there remains a special atmosphere, linked to its past as artists, crooks and poets. After admiring the view from the sacred heart of Paris, go down the place of the mound and enjoy without limit the terrasses, restaurants and trendy shops of the mound.

Stroll through the pretty Avenue Junot and the city of Véron. Further down, you will find boxes in abundance and theaters such as the Elysée Montmartre, the Cigale, the Divan du monde or the Trianon. They have gradually come to replace cabarets and sex shops even if there are still some on the boulevard. From 1880 to 1900, the district experienced a special festive atmosphere: at the Moulin Rouge, Toulouse Lautrec came to admire Nini patte-en-l’air while Renoir, Matisse or Appolinaire stopped at the Lapin Agile. Do not hesitate to come and listen to a concert in the latter or meet your loved ones at the Halle Saint-Pierre to have your snack. This beautiful place with Baltard style architecture will also inspire you a small visit around, where large fabric stores attract sewing lovers. A few steps away, the trendy bars and restaurants on Rue Caulaincourt open their doors to walkers.

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