Alleyways, shops and gardens of the 20th arrondissement of Paris keep the memory of the rural and working past of Belleville and Menilmontant. In these neighborhoods, you will find an artist's studio at almost every corner and a diverse array of cultures. Open doors also allow the public to meet artists each year in their own workshop.
The area is ideal if you are looking for a furnished apartment to rent in a more unique and cosmopolitan area of Paris.
Organize your holidays in the 20th district of Paris
One of the most populated area
With over 200 000 residents, the 20th arrondissement is one of the most populated district of Paris.
Located in eastern Paris and bounded by the doors Bagnolet, Montreuil, Vincennes and Lilac, the twentieth encompasses the districts of Ménilmontant, Père Lachaise, Saint-Fargeau and Charonne.
Originally, this perimeter was located outside of the capital and covered with vineyards.
With a rich and cultural diversity, the 20th arrondissement is a busy area that offers its residents many
services and outings opportunities.
An ideal neighborhood for professionnals!
The twentieth is a little tourist district. Many companies have settled past these years, and alongside residential neighborhoods and other liveliest where you can have a drink or enjoy a show.
Paris 20 holds many surprises. The Père-Lachaise cemetery is the biggest attraction of the 20th arrondissement. Famous for being the largest cemetery in the capital, it is also known for hosting famous people (Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, Chopin, Oscar Wilde or Molière).
Visited by more than 3 million people each year, the Père Lachaise cemetery is home to a wide variety of monuments.
To move around and visit the major Parisian attractions, the 20th is accessible by means of transport (metro 1, 2, 3, 3a, 9, 11 and 14 bus lines).
To go out there are cinemas (MK2 in Rue Belgrand, the Etoile-Lilas Place du Maquis du Vercors) and theaters (TEP on the avenue Gambetta, Vingtième théâtre in Ménilmontant).
For drinks and relaxation, you' can go at the 'Gambetta in Rue de Bagnollet or at the Bellevilloise in Rue Boyer.
You can go for a stroll at the Parc de Belleville ( stunning views of Paris).