Police fired tear gas amid tensions at a march of several thousand people from France's Finance Ministry toward the Place de la Republique plaza in eastern Paris.
While their numbers have dwindled in recent weeks, French officials had warned the marches could attract more protesters following the shock and sadness of the Notre Dame fire.
A man carries a wooden cross outside the Notre Dame Cathedral as part of a demonstration in Paris, April 20, 2019.
One protester carried a huge wooden cross resembling those carried in Good Friday processions as he walked on a nearby Paris embankment.
A total of 60,000 police were deployed across France on Saturday as the country prepared for the latest protest by the "gilets jaunes" or Yellow Vest demonstrators.
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According to Le Monde, on Saturday, the yellow vests were taking two routes across Paris, one starting at the basilica of Saint-Denis and the other at the Jussieu Campus of the Sorbonne, after more central routes were prohibited by police.
The heavy police presence meant subway stations and roads around Paris were closed Saturday, thwarting tourists trying to enjoy the French capital on an exceptionally warm spring day.
On Saturday, the French capital was on high alert after Christophe Castaner, the interior minister, said domestic intelligence services had informed him of a potential return of rioters intent on wreaking havoc in Paris, Toulouse, Montpellier and Bordeaux, in a repeat of violent protests on March 16.
We didn't get here in time to see it. Ingrid Levavasseur, one of the yellow vests' most recognizable public faces, said on her Facebook page.
The night Notre Dame caught fire, Macron cancelled a previously scheduled speech to propose solutions to the Yellow Vest movement.
He will now unveil that package on Thursday, though many yellow jackets protesters have already made it clear they expect little.
The yellow vest movement is demanding changes to the government's social and fiscal policies.