Paris, as a world's capital, is known for its distinct European air and its cosmolite character. However, there is nothing more romantic than discovering the passages and villas of the 20th arrondissement.
The village of Charonne was annexed to the city of Paris in 1860, and it's now part of the 20th arrondissement, near Père Lachaise Cemetery. If you're visiting Paris, and you decide to visit Père Lachaise cemetery, you should definitely take some time to visit this lovely part of Paris. What's so amazing about it? You can still have a village-feel inside Paris!