According to Médiamétrie Global, Sortiraparis is the 1st outing news media in France. Every day, the editorial board proposes hundreds of outing ideas to discover in Ile de France. But since it not always easy to find our bearings with all these daily suggestions, we've decided to create a daily top 5 of the things you can do in Paris. Discover a new restaurant every day, an exhibition or a museum, a show or a movie to enjoy, a walk idea or a good deal.
This Thursday November 21, 2019:
Virtuality 2019: the virtual reality show in Paris
From November 21 to 23, 2018, the Salon Virtuality is back for a third edition taking place once again at CENTQUATRE in Paris. For three days, professionals and general public will have the possibility to come and discover the latest innovations in the field of virtual reality.
La Défense Christmas Market 2019
True Christmas village, La Défense Christmas Market is back from Thursday November 21 to Sunday December 28, 2019. For this 25th edition, dozens of Christmas cabins will be set up in La Défense square to one and a thousand Christmas presents ideas. In a festive and magic atmosphere, we stroll with our families, we enjoy some Christmas treats and we make the best of the animations!
Le Royal Monceau funfair-inspired temporary terrace
From November 21, 2019 to mid-February 2020, Parisian palace Le Royal Monceau turns into a funfair by opening its temporary winter terrace. Between merry-go-rounds and snowcapped cabins, a true and tasty moment awaits you.
Galeries Lafayette comes to Beaugrenelle, pictures
Galeries Lafayette Beaugrenelle is the new store of the department store on the Seine left riverbank to replace the Galeries Lafayette Montparnasse as it’s closing. On the menu? A 6,000sqm department store covering 4 stories, including restaurants and a “premium selection of its fashion offer”.
Chez Mamie: the Chinese (and genuine!) table in upper Marais
There are thousands of Chinese restaurants in Paris and not all of them are genuine, and that’s a shame. Luckily, there are still plenty of exceptions to the rule. Chez Mamie, Jack Teng’s restaurant, is one of them, with its Chinese inn décor and its menu filled with culinary gems we rarely find in Paris.