The 18th district of Paris, located on the right bank of the Seine, is part of the 20 arrondissements in Paris. Lodgis offers a selection of apartments to rent in an area, which is famous for its movies like Amelie and Moulin Rouge : Montmartre. It is also one of the most visited neighbourhoods in Paris. It is famous for its hills, its basilica and its Moulin Rouge. From the top of its hill, the place offers unique views on the city, which is ideal if you are looking for an apartment to rent in Paris.
Montmartre is also renowned for its restaurants and cultural activites, and welcomes every year a famous vineyard festival. Painters such as Pissaro, Van Gogh and Picasso, also chose Montmartre for various gatherings.
Organize your holidays in the 18th district of Paris
Many activities you can do at all streetcorners
With over 200,000 residents, the 18th arrondissement is the second most populated district in northern Paris.
The 18th district hosts the Butte Montmartre which rises 130m above the area, the Sacré Coeur, Pigalle, the Moulin Rouge and the neighborhoods of La Chapelle and Barbès. As a Cosmopolitan, bohemian and exotic dcistrict, the 18th arrondissement also offers cultural tours and some beautiful green spaces, gardens and tree-lined squares.
The dynamic 18th arrondissement of Paris attracts many visitors seduced by its vibrant life and small trendy bars.
One of the most visited area in Paris
With its attractions, picturesque neighborhoods and its lively atmosphere attract many tourists.
The quiet neighborhoods alongside those which are more animated as Pigalle and Barbès, that's why many tourists stay in the 18th arrondissement in general.
Well served by the Metro ( Line 2: Stations: Barbès, Place de Clichy, Pigalle, Porte de la Chapelle, Porte de Clignancourt), when visiting the 18th arrondissement you'll pass by the Sacré-Coeur and Montmartre to enjoy this district of artists' unique atmosphere. There are 2 main stations in the 18th arrondissement: Gare du Nord and Gare Saint-Lazare.
For culture, there are some museums in the area such as the Espace Dali near the Place du Tertre, but also the Museum of Montmartre in Rue Cortot which has collections of paintings, posters and photographs about this neighborhood life.
For relaxation, the 18th district's residents have access to several cinemas, the théâtre des Abbesses, the theater of the Place Charles Dullin Atelier or the theater of La Cigale on the Boulevard Rochechouart.
In Rue de Caulaincourt, there are small trendy bars that always attract many tourists while restaurants offer delicious menus, as Coq Rico and La Degustation both located rue Lepic.