Hill Square is a must-pass place in Montmartre Heights. If you leave the subway and walk to Sacred Heart Cathedral, you will surely pass through it. This small square gathered a lot of artists and art enthusiasts. Everyone set up a stall with self-portraits, including realistic and funny cartoon images, which can be completed according to the requirements of the guests.
Wander around Place Du Tertre on the west side of Sacred Heart Church. The roadside is full of small shops and cafes. It's exquisite. If the sun is shining, it's great to sit outside the cafe and bask in the sun with a cup of coffee. The square is covered with panels erected by street artists, and beautiful oil paintings of different styles can be seen everywhere.
The quiet and beautiful street scenery of Montmartre Heights is totally different from the noisy and bustling scene of downtown Paris. There are hilly squares on the slopes, gathering performers and street artists from all over the world. The harmonious coexistence of human beings and pigeons is a long-established mutual trust.
On the west side of Sacred Heart Cathedral, it used to be the center of the town of Goumont Matt. The square does not seem to have any famous scenic spots, only the tranquility and elegance of an ordinary village square, but it is the cradle of many famous painters. Spanish painters Sadali, Picasso and other masters have painted here in their youth.