Montmartre is one of the most historic and interesting districts in beautiful Paris. Once the stomping grounds of Salvadar Dali, Monet, Picasso, and van Gogh, the neighborhood in the 18th arrondissement is still a haven for the creatively inclined. At the summit, the beautiful Sacre-Coeur Basillica rises high above the Paris rooftops. Meander along narrow, cobblestone streets, many lined with shops, restaurants, and even a small vineyard. As a side note, there’s so much more to this area than what I captured with my lens. Shortly upon arriving at Place du Tertre, where you will find most of the artists today hang out, the battery in my camera died. Needless to say, I don’t want to talk about it (insert pouty face here).