This triangular square is typical of the countrified style that has made Montmartre famous. Now a hub for shopping and people-watching, the place is surrounded by hip boutiques, sidewalk cafés, and shabby-chic restaurants—a prime habitat for the young, neo-bohemian crowd and a sprinkling of expats. Trendy streets like Rue Houdon and Rue des Martyrs have attracted small designers, an international beer seller, and even a cupcake shop. Some retailers remain open
on Sunday afternoon.
Intersection of Rue des Abbesses and rue la Vieuville, Paris, 75018, France