The Père Lachaise Cemetery is famous because there are so many famous people buried within its walls. From Oscar Wilde to Jim Morrison there are all sorts of famous tombs to see within the walls of one of the most visited cemeteries in the world.
After leaving Père Lachaise you may want to visit Belleville which is one of the melting-pot neighborhoods of Paris. It has been home to many during different waves of migration to Paris over the years. The area also is home to the 2nd largest Chinatown in Paris. Furthermore, the Parc de Belleville is another of Paris great parks and contains the highest spot in the city at over 350 feet above sea level.
Another of the residential neighborhoods in the 20th arrondissement with a rich history is Ménilmontant. The neighborhood contains several local bars and cafes.
The 20th is one of the most residential and multicultural neighborhoods in Paris. The melting pot feel in the neighborhood makes it work a visit and there is no better way to live like a local than to rent a vacation rental apartment in the neighborhood.
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Rue de la Chine & Avenue Gambetta
Rue du Capitaine Marchal and Rue de l'Adjudant Réau
Rue Orfila & Rue Pelleport
Rue D'Avron, betw. Boulevard de Charonne & Rue des Pyrenees
Rue de Belleville Between Rue des Pyrénées & Boulevard de Belleville
Rue Pelleport, betw. Avenue Gambetta & Rue Belgrand
Rue d'Avron between Rue de Buzenval and Rue de la Réunion
Villa Georgina between Rue de Menilmontant and Rue de Bellan
Rue Olivier Metra Between Rue de Belleville & Rue Menilmontant
Rue Delaitre, betw. Rue Menilmontant & Rue des Panoyaux