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What to do in the 18th arrondissement of Paris

The 18th arrondissement offers some of the most spectacular views of Paris from its setting on a hill. The area’s village-like charm attracts plenty of visitors eager to embrace its abundance of restaurants, patisseries, coffee shops and bakeries. Discover the best things to do in the 18th arrondissement here

Emily Scrivener
Emily Scrivener ,

The 18th arrondissement, located on the Right Bank, is a popular, vibrant and exciting part of Paris. Best known for the Montmartre area, and home to the Sacré-Cœur, it offers sweeping views of Paris thanks to its hillside setting. Located away from the city centre, the 18th arrondissement offers a largely bohemian vibe and village-like atmosphere, alongside a plethora of charming cafés and restaurants. While Montmartre has seen some gentrification with a new wave of cool cafés, bars and hip boutiques, its enduring charm still remains and is showcased by quaint restaurants and old-fashioned brasseries dating from the 1880s – great places to soak up the old Paris. Discover some of the best things to do in the 18th arrondissement of Paris here.



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