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Guide to the 10th arrondissement in Paris


Located on Paris’s Right Bank, the 10th arrondissement is one of the French capital’s lesser-known districts. The neighbourhood boasts a lively bohemian feel and attracts the city’s cool crowd. Discover the best things to see and do in the 10th arrondissement of Paris here

Emily Scrivener
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Emily Scrivener ,

The 10th arrondissement makes up the area around Canal Saint-Martin in the very heart of Paris’s Right Bank. The neighbourhood does not lay claim to as many monuments and tourist attractions as some of the other districts in the city and so is one of its lesser-known arrondissements. Due to its convenient links with two of the main railway stations in the French capital, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, the area has become popular with young Parisians. With a vibrant mix of designers, architects and artists taking up residence in the 10th arrondissement, it has an impressive neighbourhood feel. It’s a district where cheese shops and cafés are set beside cool boutiques, bars and artists’ workshops. Here is our selection of the some of its best places to visit.

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