Every year on the first Saturday night of October, Paris becomes the theater of an extraordinary event. Artists, musicians, and performers invade the city's streets and most beautiful monuments for a night of wonder.
If you’ll be in Paris this Friday, September 13th, large strikes will be affecting most public transportation. Transport unions have called for a grève in protest against pension reforms and the RATP (the Parisian transport operator) foresees 'heavily disrupted' traffic conditions.
September is the beginning of the art season in Paris, with institutions slowly coming back from holidays and opening exciting new shows while some of the best summer shows are still on view!
The Parisian art scene is known to be pretty conservative, but something’s changing lately… Indeed, we're seeing more and more attempts to consider art history with fresh eyes and to give a voice to marginalized populations - all of which is pretty exciting if you ask me!
While we understand the urge to want to do and see everything while visiting the City of Light, so much is happening here this month that there's just no way to do it all! So that you don't tire yourself out, we've narrowed it down to 5 can't-miss events in Paris this month.
Spring is here! It's time for Parisians to get out of their cozy nests after a few rainy months and dive back into the rich cultural life that the City of Light has to offer.
It's officially spring in Paris and the city is once again buzzing with activity under blue skies. Cultural seasons have kicked into gear and with Easter activities too, there are tons of things to do in Paris this month.
While we are loving the beautiful weather in Paris right now, there are still quite a few good reasons to duck indoors and enjoy an exceptional art exhibition. Here are our picks for the best of what's on in Paris right now.
With spring on its way, Parisians are perking up and the entire city seemingly has a bounce in its step. Soak up some of this energy and enjoy one of the many cultural events happening in Paris this month.