Author: Julie Thompson | Last Updated: 2 Apr 2020
Montmartre is unusual in that it will likely conjure up thoughts of idyllic, authentic French villages as you stroll around the streets of the Parisian district. Full of sights worth seeing, and a great place to head for some prime people-watching spots, Montmartre is the district you never knew you needed to visit in Paris. Sporting cobbled streets dating back centuries, the district of Montmartre is situated atop a small hill and boasts a wide range of art, bistros and charming cafes.
The district is best experienced with a café au lait and a macaron in one of its many artisan cafes after a long stroll through the authentic, cobbled streets. Though you can definitely make more of your time in Montmartre if you want to dive deeper into Parisian culture. Head to the famous Sacré-Cœur basilica, take a peek inside a local art studio or gallery, or even ride the little white train around the district to get a feel for the local atmosphere.
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