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A paintbrush throw from Sacré-Coeur Basilica, leafy, cobbled Place du Tertre is touristy but fun. Opened in 1635, it was once Montmartre’s village square and a haunt for bohemians. Atop Paris’s highest hill, it’s crammed with stalls of artists painting portraits, landscapes and caricatures. Cafés beckon for coffee and cake.