paris quartier

in the quartier.

1e . the louvre

2e . bourse

3e . temple/marais

4e . hotel de ville

5e . latin quarter

6e . saint-germain

7e . invalides

8e . champs-elysées

9e . opéra

10e . st. martin

11e . bastille

12e . reuilly

13e . gobelins

14e . montparnasse

15e . vaugirard

16e . passy

17e . batignolles

18e . montmartre

Montmartre, in the 18th arrondissement of paris, is most well-known as home to the basilica Sacre Coeur and the Moulin Rouge. With its sloping hills and series of ascending stairways, one has a sense of being in a small village just outside of Paris as you walk the cobblestone streets.

The streets made famous by the movie “Amélie” and dance halls brought to life by bohemian artist Toulouse Lautrec, Montmartre is still home to many artists and movie makers. The Moulin Rouge at Place Blanche and other music halls & sex shops line the Boulevard de Clichy. As you climb rue Lepic, you will pass Amélie’s Aux Deux Moulin and series of market shops. Rue des Abbesses, lined with Parisians favorite clothing boutiques and cafés, also features the Art Nouveau church of Saint Jean and an original metro stop. Continue along rue Yvonne leTac to reach the foot of the Sacre Coeur. Climbing further, just West of the Basilica you will find Place Tertre, filled with local artists selling their works and sketching portraits.

19e . buttes-chaumont

20e . ménilmontant