This is the one in a series. We would like to direct the
reader to great, picturesque, and little-known sites located just a
stone's throw away from Paris' major attractions.
Paris' second most visited monument is the church of Sacré-Coeur, with
stunning views on Paris. The village of Montmartre where the church
stands remained independent from Paris until just 150 years ago. It has
successfully kept its unique character.
We suggest you see the vineyard (authentic), and walk rue des
brouillards and rue Saint-Vincent--or any street outside the tourist
circuit for that matter. You're bound to come across delights like this little pink house.