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An area that’s located on the right bank of the River Seine, the arrondissement is home to two of Paris’ main railway stations: Gare du Nord and Gare de L’est, both of which are among the busiest stations in Europe.
The 10th arrondissement also houses a big part of the Canal Saint-Martin, which links the northeastern parts of Paris with the River Seine. It can hold claim to a solid sense of cultural community, with Turkish butchers, Kurdish sandwich joints, Indian spice shops sharing space with mixologists, artists, designers and coffee houses. It’s a hub of diversity and also has the plus point of being affordable and ultimately representing the “real” side of Paris.
Nowadays, it’s also dotted with independent boutique stores and rustic traditional French cafes giving a real taste of French sophistication.