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 Monday September 23, 2019:
Back Side, Fashion from Behind at Paris Musée Bourdelle
Back Side is the exhibition to see from July 5 to November 17, 2019 at Paris Musée Bourdelle. For this beautiful presentation devoted to backs in fashion the museum unveils over 100 silhouettes and accessories from the 18th century to nowadays for an ode to sensuality!
Fall is all about pie at Hotel Vernet “V” restaurant in Paris
Set in Paris 8th arrondissement, Hotel Vernet is already moving on to Fall with a new menu for the “V” restaurant by chef Richard Robe. Between American and French pies, gourmands are already mouthwatering! Let’s go, friends, shall we?
Festival Paris Paradis 2019: dates, lineup and tickets
Festival held by Le Parisien, Paris Paradis is back from Friday September 27 to Sunday 29, 2019 with a new and second edition to discover at Jockey Disque. Wellness, healthy food, moving in town, working out in town… So are the topics on which events, workshops and conferences will be based during this second edition open to all and free of charge.
Marché Pop in Paris: new temporary spot devoted to healthy eating and wellbeing
This summer, Paris 12th arrondissement welcomes a new spot, Marché Pop. The huge temporary spot devoted to healthy diet and wellbeing, Marché Pop expects you from June 6 to October 15, 2019 to unveil its incredible 5000sqm area, its 9 counters, 3 bars, its open BBQ and its playful entertainments!
Mystérieux coffrets, the exhibition at Paris Musée de Cluny
Paris Musée de Cluny invites engravings fans and other history enthusiasts to come and discover the “Mystérieux Coffrets: Estampes au temps de la Dame à la Licorne” [Mysterious Chests: Engravings at the age of The Lady and the Unicorn] exhibition from September 18, 2019 to January 6, 2020. A retrospective making us follow the steps of Jean d’Ypres, the painter who painted the studies of the famous hanging exhibited at the museum and of which some elements are found on different chests. exhibition from September 18, 2019 to January 6, 2020. A retrospective making us follow the steps of Jean d’Ypres, the painter who painted the studies of the famous hanging exhibited at the museum and of which some elements are found on different chests."|image="gauche"]