What to do in Paris this Sunday September 27, 2020

Published by Julie M. · Photos by Julie M. · Published on 27 September 2020 at 07h30 · Updated on 27 September 2020 at 09h58
There are so many things to do in Paris every day and we might get lost and miss the biggest events of the week! Luckily, Sortiraparis is here, every day, to tell you about the unmissable events or tell you about the outings you may reconsider depending on the weather and the current news. Keep reading to discover what to do this Sunday September 27, 2020.

This Sunday September 27, 2020:

Ecoute gratuite du Live at Pompeii de Pink Floyd à l'auditorium du Grand PalaisEcoute gratuite du Live at Pompeii de Pink Floyd à l'auditorium du Grand PalaisEcoute gratuite du Live at Pompeii de Pink Floyd à l'auditorium du Grand PalaisEcoute gratuite du Live at Pompeii de Pink Floyd à l'auditorium du Grand Palais Listen Pink Floyd’s Live at Pompeii for free at the Grand Palais auditorium
On September 27, 2020, the Grand Palais auditorium will rock to the sound of Pink Floyd’s “Live at Pompeii”. A free listening session of the legendary album is hosted to accompany the “Pompei” exhibition. Do not take too much time to book your tickets, the event may be free but tickets are in limited number.

Journée sans voiture à Paris : les quartiers interdits à la circulation Journée sans voiture à Paris : les quartiers interdits à la circulation Journée sans voiture à Paris : les quartiers interdits à la circulation Journée sans voiture à Paris : les quartiers interdits à la circulation Paris goes car-free for a day in 2020
Paris goes car free on September 27, 2020, the Paris authorities have announced. For one day only, cars will be banned in Paris. Parisians and tourists are invited to "discover Paris in a new light".

Roland-Garros 2020 : dates et ouverture de la billetterieRoland-Garros 2020 : dates et ouverture de la billetterieRoland-Garros 2020 : dates et ouverture de la billetterieRoland-Garros 2020 : dates et ouverture de la billetterie French Open 2020: program and health requirements
The French Open will officially take place from September 21 to October 11, 2020. Regardless of coronavirus, the best of world's tennis meets for three weeks, at the Porte d'Auteuil, for THE unmissable event of the tennis season. Tickets go on sale on July 16, 2020. No more than 5,000 spectators are allowed per day.

La brasserie Les Deux Magots lance son brunchLa brasserie Les Deux Magots lance son brunchLa brasserie Les Deux Magots lance son brunchLa brasserie Les Deux Magots lance son brunch Café-restaurant Les Deux Magots launches its brunch
Craving a brunch in a typically Parisian setting? Let’s run to Les Deux Magots offering you a sweet break for a gourmet moment on weekends and public holidays starting from July 4, 2020. The occasion as well to discover one of the oldest and most famous literary café-restaurants in Paris!

L'Ice Cream Truck du Crillon by Matthier CarlinL'Ice Cream Truck du Crillon by Matthier CarlinL'Ice Cream Truck du Crillon by Matthier CarlinL'Ice Cream Truck du Crillon by Matthier Carlin Hotel du Crillon Ice-Cream Truck by Matthieu Carlin - Video
Calling all demanding foodies, hotel du Crillon launches its Ice-Cream Truck, a vintage ice-cream truck likely to delight you with homemade recipes available till late September. Cones, bowls, or wafer, paired with Matthieu Carlin’s delicious homemade ice creams and sorbets, you will love it!

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.

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On 27 September 2020

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