Whether you’re on a short break or a longer holiday in Paris this summer, make sure you follow the guide!
In the Paris Ile-de-France region this summer you’ll be spoilt for choice with a sparkling array of festive and cultural events on offer! However, the city is also a destination where life can be enjoyed to the full by taking the time to stroll along its streets and delight in the unexpected sights that await you as you exit the city’s Métro or RER stations.
From festivals to exhibitions, street performances to the most beautiful café terraces, and from the best picnic spots for people watching to great suggestions for excursions around Paris, our Mon été à Paris guide is a veritable mine of information!
And new for this year, the guide also contains a calendar of events (from June to September) to ensure that visitors won’t miss a thing during their stay.
A guide teeming with unique ideas...
Less than an hour from Paris, Auvers-sur-Oise is the setting for the most stunning landscapes painted by the Impressionists, the medieval town of Provins plays host to spectacles of chivalry, and cartoon characters come to life in a new magical show at Disneyland Paris.
Firework displays will illuminate the night sky above the gardens of Versailles and Vaux le Vicomte, outdoor film shows will be screened in the Parc de La Villette and the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, the Tour de France cycle race will take over the Champs-Elysé
Mon Eté à Paris also showcases a number of unmissable cultural events such as the Bob Dylan exhibitions at the Cité de la Musique (until 15 July), Tim Burton at the Cinémathèque Française (until 5 August), and Robert Crumb at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (until 19 August).
Since 2 May, the www.new-paris-
On the Paris Tourisme facebook page, visitors can already share the very latest news on the city – and over the coming months, the page will feature even more information on the city’s exciting summer events!
* The guide, which will be published in several languages from early June onwards, will be mainly available at the nine Tourist Information Desks at Paris-Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airports, Versailles and Disneyland Paris, at the tourist information office at Monet’s house in Giverny, as well as via the network of almost 1,000 hotels in Paris and its surrounding region. It will also be available online.