Montreuil Seine-Saint-Denis is a suburb in the eastern part of Paris. The commune has been home to a good number of nobles and clergy over its history. The Peach Walls that provided the Royals with their fruit supply during the reigns of Louis XIV and XVI were located in the town. Montreuil’s vineyards were another reason it attracted many visitors, including kings. Its fertile lands are still visible in some parts of the town while others are characterised by modern developments. The old-world charm still manifests itself in a few of the ancient buildings that are scattered in the region. For uninterrupted tours of these and more, consider renting a car.