Follow your host through the picturesque neighbourhood of Montmartre, former home of world-renowned artists Pablo Picasso and Salvidore Dali. Now, they’d hardly live here if it were an average, run of the mill neighbourhood, would they? No. So, fall in love with the ivy-clad houses teetering on the edge of cobbled stone streets as you explore Paris’ steepest district, offering sweeping views of the city below (and a great workout for the glutes). You might like to see the Sacré-Cœur Basilica or the iconic Moulin Rouge cabaret, but the 18th arrondissement, with its bohemian flavour and diverse inhabitants, offers much more than just that. Venture with your host to the artistic area of Clignancourt, a spot many tourists overlook, where you’ll find everything from high-end boutiques to unpretentious shops, marché aux puces, sophisticated bakeries, tiny cafes and everyday roadside markets - the 18th has it all! Just ask yourself, what would Picasso do?