Cimetière de Montmartre
A two-floor gallery specialising in contemporary photography exhibits, with an excellent bookstore and neighbouring cafe serving lunch...
Café des Deux Moulins
Midway along food-shop-lined rue Lepic is neon-lit Café des Deux Moulins, the much-loved cafe where Amélie worked in the eponymous film....
Le Café qui Parle
The Cafe Who Speaks cooks up inventive, reasonably priced dishes like rack of pork with green olive caviar, veal steaks and steak...
2 av Rachel, 18e · interesting places nearby
Cimetière de Montmartre information
This 11-hectare cemetery opened in 1798. It contains the graves of writers Émile Zola (whose ashes are now in the Panthéon), Alexandre Dumas (fils) and Stendhal; composers Jacques Offenbach and Hector Berlioz, artist Edgar Degas, film director François Truffaut and dancer Vaslav Nijinsky, among others. Steps from the rue Caulaincourt road bridge lead down to the entrance on av Rachel, just off bd de Clichy.