Le Grand Palais des Glaces - The Great Hall of Ice, for its 4th edition.

Von 16 Dezember 2018 in 09 Januar 2019

During the end-of-year holidays, from Sunday, December 16, 2018 to Wednesday, January 9, 2019, the Grand Palais welcomes in Paris the largest ice rink in the world 

Under the glass roof of the Grand Palais, we will skate in the light of day. In the evening, the atmosphere is lit up with a thousand lights.

An incredible and spectacular playground of 3000 m2 that will delight young and old, and will provide unforgettable memories.

Jumps, pirouettes, worn, spirals, axels and double-flips on the program: end-of-the-year sports, fun and fairy-tale parties with the family.

Throughout the day, atmospheres completely frosted to skate according to his desires!

Réveillon de Noël 2018 à bord des Bateaux Parisiens

Von 15 Dezember 2018 in 24 Dezember 2018

We will spend Christmas while dining on the Seine while admiring the magnificent Parisian monuments, all enlightened in this end of year period. We embraque on Bateaux Parisiens!

Activity and Christmas Market at the City Hall

Von 14 Dezember 2018 in 06 Januar 2019

For the Christmas holidays 2018, the City of Paris installs a Christmas village in front of the City Hall, with a Christmas market and entertainment.


Von 03 Dezember 2018 in 06 Januar 2019


The Aquarium of Paris is put in the colors of Christmas and has plenty of entertainment (shows, workshops and Santa Claus) to make you spend an unforgettable time with family or friends from December 3, 2018 to January 6, 2019.

Rue Mouffetard

Von 02 Dezember 2018 in 18 Dezember 2019


Rue Mouffetard is the heart of a picturesque and lively district with ancient and provincial streets punctuated by hidden gardens, medieval houses and remains of the wall of Philippe Auguste. Since the 17th century, cabarets, restaurants and bars have replaced the stalls of craftsmen of the Middle Ages and make it a favorite Parisian entertainment site, within the famous Latin Quarter.

Les Marchés de Noël 2018 à Paris

Von 22 November 2018 in 06 Januar 2019


In Paris or in the suburbs, the Christmas markets are an opportunity to take a family walk away from the chalets and maybe even find some gifts to put down the tree! For years, the most beautiful avenues and squares of Paris shine lights and Christmas garlands in December.

Les illuminations de Noël à Paris 2018

Von 22 November 2018 in 06 Januar 2019

Every year for the holidays, Paris puts on its clothes of light with magnificent Christmas lights.

A shower of stars, glittering garlands, luminous fireflies, shimmering fir trees and multicolored balls enliven more than 150 streets and 70 districts of the capital, from the Champs-Elysées to Montmartre, passing by the boulevard Saint-Germain, the Avenue des Gobelins, the Market Square Saint-Catherine, Bercy Village ... A magical setting for a sparkling Christmas!


Von 18 November 2018 in 15 November 2019


Chinatown developed in the 70s with the first waves of Asian immigration: fleeing the political situation in Southeast Asia, refugees chose the 13th district because of the number of available housing that was here at the time. These first immigrants have largely moved to other parts of the city and the 13th is now considered a transitional stage after the arrival in France of new Chinese expatriates. Teas with a thousand perfumes, typical cuisines, dishes with Asian motifs, Chinese herbal medicine, incense shops ... Journey to the heart of Asia in the heart of Paris.


Von 18 November 2018 in 21 November 2019


Butte-aux-Cailles is one of those special Paris neighborhoods, a little apart, that we would like to preserve, keep warm, protect from the crowds, pollution and urban turmoil. Located in the 13th arrondissement south of Paris near the Place d'Italie, we like to make a getaway to rest and remember what life looks like in peace.


Von 18 November 2018 in 29 November 2019

Comme son nom l’indique, le Jardin des Plantes est un jardin botanique appartenant au Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle. Baptisé à l’origine « Jardin du roi », il est créé en 1635 par Guy de la Brosse, médecin de Louis XIII, afin de permettre la culture de végétaux utiles à la médecine. Rebaptisé « Jardin des Plantes » à la Révolution, il développe au cours de son histoire plusieurs espaces spécifiques sur une superficie de 23,5 hectares : école de botanique, jardin alpin, ménagerie, serres et roseraie.