11th Arrondissement, Paris, France

11th Arrondissement, Paris, France

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10th arrondissement: A place of many sides

The 10th arrondissement is a gritty patchwork of blocks where traffic-choked streets shoot past the silent Thalys trains of the Gare du Nord. The 10th arrondissement is a hipster hub, with boho bookshops and beatnik cafes spilling onto the Canal Saint-Martin with their flickering candles and vintage-clad patrons. The 10th is also a foodie mecca, crammed full of Afro-Carib Creole joints and spice-scented Indian takeaways. You can explore all the nooks, crannies and facets of the area by booking 10th arrondissement vacation rentals.

Take in the boho vibes in the 10th arrondissement

Take a stroll along the leafy quaysides of the Canal Saint-Martin and you'll instantly see why this area has staked its claim to being Paris's hipster hub. Vintage boutiques, secondhand bookstores and cafes to make Kerouac proud all line the waterside – they are a great place to sit, people watch and listen to after-dark jazz and funk and soul. There's more bustling Parisian life to be found at the Saint-Quentin covered market, where people scurry between the veg and cheese stalls, or shop for age-stained antiques in the flea bazaar.

Follow the canal in the 10th arrondissement

If you've booked yourself one of the stylish 10th arrondissement vacation rentals along the Canal Saint-Martin, then you can look forward to doorstep access to one of the main attractions in the area – it's lined with bars and coffee shops and nightclubs. Close by is the avant-garde photo and picture gallery of Les Douches. That's got changing exhibitions of global artists that really showcase the sort of cutting-edge art that you can expect to find in this hip sector of the capital.

The 10th arrondissement is forever enticing

With its location in the beating heart of the French capital and a whole medley of bars and galleries within its confines, the 10th arrondissement is a true year-round destination. You can seek out 10th arrondissement vacation rentals in the summer to come when most people do, expecting the sun to shine from June to October – most days, at least. Others will come in fall for lower rates and wild nights up the Canal Saint-Martin. Others will come in winter, between December and March, when international rugby games bring an international crowd to the bars.

Green in the city in the 10th arrondissement

The 10th arrondissement is just what you'd expect of a district in the very middle of Paris – there's not much in the way of greenery. That said, the Canal Saint-Martin does offer a vena cava of cobbled walkways and trees that shoots right through the heart of the area next to sloshing water channels. You also won't have to walk far to get to the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. One of Paris's more off-beat parks, it's got curious islands topped with lookouts, caves and pretty ponds.