After catching fire on April 15, 2019 and the renovation work stopped in July, Notre Dame de Paris slowly resumes works this Monday August 19. The structure is said to be consolidated prior to the major renovation starting in 2020.
What can we do this week from August 19 to 25, 2019 in Paris? Rock en Seine, Liberation of Paris 75th anniversary, as well as exhibitions, walks, shows or other outings, here are our ideas for this week.
Installation de Feu, this is the pyrotechnic show at La Villette you don’t want to miss on Friday July 19 and Saturday 20, 2019. Think a bit, the park and the Canal de l’Ourcq banks in fire with giant and breathing fire machines… How about that? You really don’t want to miss it… and it’s free! - Photos and video
Faham is former Top Chef 2017 candidate Kelly Rangama and her spouse Jérôme Devreese’s restaurant in the heart of Paris 17th restaurant. One enjoys a delicious exotic cuisine ticking all the boxes of the metropolitan gastronomy.
After a small eatery open in the Marais neighborhood, then the beautiful stand at Ground Control Halle Charolais, Chilam presents its new and third Parisian address nestled by Bastille. The occasion to enjoy new Mexican flavors!
The Lion King is back in 2019 with the Jon Favreau film featuring Beyoncé, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Donald Glover and James Earl Jones. The movie is said to be released in theaters on July 17, 2019 in France. In the meantime, discover the different trailers.
An exhibition devoted to Tutankhamun in Paris? From March 23, to September 22, 2019, head to La Villette for a major display of the treasures of the Pharaoh in conjunction with the Grand Egyptian Museum. And on June 15th, enjoy a late-night opening with the "Tutankhamun Night" up to 2 a.m.
Nuit aux Invalides, or Night at the Invalides, is THE wonderful light and sound show in Paris this summer. From July 12 to August 30, 2019, the indoor façade of the Invalides tale us 3000 years of stories, from yesterday's Lutetia to today's Paris. A fascinating show to attend absolutely. VIDEO