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A tranquil neighborhood reminiscent of a bygone era, Montreuil is a commune in Paris’ eastern suburbs that began life as a lavish 300-hectare royal orchard. Also famous as the cradle of cinema, the district was once home to the world’s first film studio and the famous Lumière brothers; nowadays, it retains a quaint artsy feel thanks to its many galleries, graffiti walls, and artists’ workshops. Visitors come to Montreuil to experience its peculiar blend of artistic flair and rustic charm—not to mention its unmissable rough-and-ready flea market.

Hotels in Montreuil


Soak up the laid-back, homey vibe of this neighborhood in a Montreuil B&B such as Bed & Breakfast Lagny 2, which provides comfortable private rooms in a cozy, welcoming environment. For a budget hotel in Montreuil, Premiere Classe Montreuil is sure to please; this no-frills hotel is situated just 10 minutes from the metro and offers great rates. Those looking to spend a little more should check out 3-star Montreuil hotels such as ibis Styles Paris Mairie de Montreuil, which boasts stylish, plush rooms and is also located close to the metro for easy access to Paris’ city center.

Things to see in Montreuil


Right in the heart of Montreuil, the hills of the 22-acre Parc des Beaumonts offer enviable panoramas of Paris. Just outside the park, the seemingly nondescript maze-like walls around Rue Paul Doumer are in fact remnants of the Peach Walls, within which Kings Louis XIV and XVI grew fruit for their royal courts. The neighborhood’s rich past is also evident in the nearby Église Saint Pierre Saint Paul, a hidden historical gem that dates back to the 12th century. The real draw in modern-day Montreuil, however, is the Puces de Montreuil; the neighborhood shows off its artistic side at this legendary flea market, which runs all day Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Hours can be spent rifling through the market’s bargain bins for quirky trinkets and vintage clothing, and its antiques section is highly rated. Afterwards, head to the retro Le Mange Disc bar to sample a local Montreuilloise beer and toast your new purchases.

Good for budget travelers


Located just outside Paris’ city center, this suburb is a welcome alternative for travelers on a budget. The fantastic rates offered by discount hotels in Montreuil mean your extra cash will go a long way, and you’re never far from central Paris with the city’s great transportation links. There are plenty of free and low-cost attractions in the area; Montreuil boasts three large public parks, as well as ancient churches and several neighborhood marketplaces. Food and drink also tends to be more affordable than in downtown Paris, and you’ll find some amazing out-of-the-way authentic restaurants and cafés.

How to get to Montreuil


Connected via train to Europe’s big cities, Paris also has two international airports, Charles de Gaulle and Orly. Both airports provide connections to the metro via the RER express train; metro line 9 serves Montreuil. A cheaper alternative is to hop on a bus to downtown Paris and catch the metro from there. Travel in Montreuil is made easy by its 3 metro stations, but as the suburb is peaceful and safe, walking is also a pleasant option for short distances. Montreuil is largely flat and free from heavy traffic, so renting a bike and cycling around the neighborhood is also highly recommended.