This Thursday July 9, 2020:
Summer Chill, the Eiffel Tower launches its summer terrace with DJ sets
The Eiffel Tower terrace moves to Summer Chill from July 9 to August 28, 2020. Open every day, it provides on Thursday and Friday evenings from 7 p.m. chill nights with DJ set, 57 meters above the ground with unobstructed views on the French capital.
Fountains Shows and musical gardens of Versailles 2020
The Musical Fountain Shows and the Musical Gardens of the Palace of Versailles are coming back in the gardens fountains and pools for a new season. From June 6 to November 1, 2020, enjoy strolls around the estate thickets and fountains in a magical atmosphere worthy of Louis XIV.
Wanderlust street food with Alexia Duchêne: this summer’s open-air food court in Paris
Craving tasty novelties? We have got you covered! From June 22 to September 27, 2020 the Wanderlust – set in Paris 13th arrondissement – teams up with the young chef Alexia Duchêne to provide Parisians with a 100% street-food-inspired menu, the whole on a 1,500-sqm terrace with unobstructed views on the Seine!
Taisho at the Aquarium de Paris, the exquisite summer terrace by Keisuke Yamagishi
This summer, Etude starred restaurant in Paris team comes to Taishō, the summer terrace nestled at the Rotonde de l'Aquarium de Paris. Facing the Eiffel Tower, come and enjoy tasty and creative dishes created by the talented Japanese chef Keisuke Yamagishi and pastry chef Mika Okazawa.
Paris Aquarium – Cinéaqua by the Trocadéro – reopening
Aquarium de Paris Cinéaqua reopens on June 22, 2020. Set at the foot of the Trocadéro, this historic aquarium houses 13,000 fishes and 35 sharks in over 50 pools. All year around, Paris aquarium offers entertainments for children as well as scientific events you do not want to miss.
And if you decide to stay home, here is a guide we cooked up especially for you.
Coronavirus: what to do at home while confined?
Stay at home, this is the watchword for as long as the confinement lasts, as decreed by the French government to try and curb and limit the propagation of coronavirus in France. So, in the health crisis context, we all have to adapt and find alternatives to our entertaining outings now banned. Read, write, paint, cook, work out, watch series, have fun with the kids… Discover a bunch of things you can do at home while confined.
If you can go out again, we remind you that you are encouraged to wear a facemask (mandatory in public transit) and it is vital to uphold barrier gestures to make sure you are safe and people around you too.