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Que faire à Paris cette semaine, du 2 au 6 avril 2018

This week in Paris, June 18 to 24, 2018

Solidays, Olympic Day, the Great Masked Ball in Versailles, Hellfest and many more... Paris will be on fire this week, June 18 to 24, 2018.
Brasserie du Lutetia, Restaurant

Lutetia Hotel to reopen soon

We have been waiting for the news for a long time now: the reopening of the famous Lutetia. Closed for renovation works since 2014, the legendary hotel in rue de Sèvres has been restructured to fit in the 21st century with more spacious and cozier layouts. In addition to – bigger – rooms, the hotel comes back with a jazz bar, an open-air courtyard and a 700-sqm spa to relax and enjoy the quietness in the heart of Paris. Meet on late June 2018!
Paris en mode Jeux Olympiques 2024

Paris switches to Olympic Games mode, the animations 2018

On Saturday June 23, 2018, Paris switches to Olympic Games, for 24 hours, you can try many sports along the Seine and meet with the great athletes who will compete at the Olympics 2024.
Autolib' à Paris, bientôt fini ?

Autolib’ in Paris, coming to an end?

Autolib’ in Paris, coming to an end? After Vélib’ streak of bad luck, it’s now car sharing service Autolib’s turn to be in the Île-de-France cities’ sights. At issue, the cost of the contract signed until 2023 and the service deteriorating… Autolib Vélib Metropole trade union is said to meet on Thursday June 21, 2018 with one question: should Autolib’ service be stopped now?
Le feu d'artifice du 14 juillet 2015 à Paris, la Vidéo

Bastille Day Fireworks 2018 in Paris

Bastille Day highlight is the famous fireworks at the Eiffel Tower. This pyrotechnics show, both spectacular and magical, brings delight and pride to Parisians. Discover now the musical programming!

Bastille Day parade 2018 on the Champs-Elysées

On Saturday July 14, 2018, the traditional parade will start at 10 a.m. on the Champs Elysées. This historical event is the occasion to celebrate French nation and the different protective armies protecting it.
Beaupassage, l'allée des chefs et de la gastronomie

Beaupassage, the new spot devoted to gastronomy and wellness

From August 25, 2018, Beaupassage, an exceptional place combining gastronomy, vegetal art and wellness, opens in the heart of Paris 7th arrondissement. Restaurant and wine cellar by Yannick Alleno, Daily Pic by Anne-Sophie Pic, gourmet lounge by Pierre Hermé, bakery by Thierry Marx and even street seafood by Olivier Bellin and Fromagerie Barthélémy, we’ll love to wander around and spend time there!
Le Salon des Champagnes et des pâtisseries au Pavillon Ledoyen

Salon des Champagnes et des Pâtisseries at Pavillon Ledoyen

After Taste of Paris, the Salon de la Pâtisserie, Paris welcomes its Salon des Champagnes et des Pâtisseries at Pavillon Ledoyen on Sunday July 8, 2018. Yann Couvreur, Pierre Hermé, Yann Menguy, Nina Métayer and Guillaume Sanchez, 12 pastry chefs and 35 winemakers will be present to make your taste buds travel!
Gay Pride 2011 à Paris

Gay Pride 2018 in Paris, LGBT Pride March, date and route

Gay Pride 2018, also known as the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGBT) pride March, will be held in Paris on Saturday, June 30, 2018. Come back soon to discover the festive route expecting you this year.
The World's 50 Best Restaurant : le palmarès des meilleurs restaurants du monde vient de tomber !

The World’s 50 Best Restaurants: the prize list is in!

The world’s 50 best restaurants have just been revealed… And there are several French personalities included in the prize list! They honor the traditional French gastronomy.
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