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Qual è la prima cosa che le viene in mente se pensa a Parigi? La maestosa Torre Eiffel che si staglia contro un cielo color zaffiro? Una crociera romantica sulla Senna? Gente alla moda che consuma caffè e croissant in un bar elegante? Parigi è tutto questo è molto di più...

The aptly-nicknamed ‘City of Light’ is a shining beacon of style, culture and culinary invention. Explore the eclectic areas of this captivating city on Paris holidays. Stroll down the famous Champs-Élysées, stopping to take in the iconic Arc de Triomphe and stunning Notre-Dame Cathedral. See the enigmatic smile of the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and priceless Picassos at the Pompidou Centre. Indulge in luxury shopping at the world-class Galeries Lafayette department store or browse for bargains at a flea market. In the evening, dine on exquisite French cuisine at a Michelin-starred restaurant or sip champagne at a trendy rooftop bar while gazing at the glittering lights of the Eiffel Tower.


Find out what's on in Paris this October

Paris is enriched with autumn hues come October. With the overcrowding of the summer a distant memory – shopping, sightseeing and wandering become a more enjoyable experience. Cars, Comic Con and chocolate are all on the agenda this month, which begins with a nocturnal art trail and ends with the spooky celebrations of Halloween.

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1-7 ottobre

See Paris like you’ve never seen it before… On one night a year, the Nuit Blanche de Paris invites you to explore the city’s museums and culture on a nocturnal art trail. Beginning at sunset on the first Saturday in October, 3 October this year, many museums, cultural institutions and other public and private spaces are open free of charge, throughout the night.

From 7 to 11 October the Fete des Vendanges de Montmartre brings together the local community for the Montmartre wine harvest. Perched high on the hill of Montmartre, this tiny private vineyard celebrates its unique vintage offering with local musicians, artisan food and classes. There is also a parade and fireworks, which light up the spectacular Sacre Coeur.

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8-14 ottobre

On 10 October hundreds of classic cars make their way through the streets of Paris for the Vintage Car Parade, as part of the annual vintage car and collector show, Automédon. Starting at 10am, the cars will criss-cross their way through the city. See them crossing the Seine towards the Trocadéro or passing the iconic Arc de Triomphe.

Don’t miss the last chance to enjoy free concerts in the parks and gardens of Paris during the Music Kiosks festival, which ends on 31 October. Or head outside of the city centre to the magnificent Château de Versailles for The Musical Gardens, which runs until 27 October.

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Musee DArt moderne.

15-21 ottobre

See the best of contemporary Asian art at the Paris Asian Art Fair, which is showing for a short period from 18 to 22 October. The exhibition is taking place at the Carrousel du Louvre, opposite the famous glass pyramid. Although, installations will also be set up throughout the city in various museums and galleries.

Or visit the Musee D’Art Moderne for Shadows, an exhibition that celebrates Andy Warhol’s series of abstract photos of shadows on printed canvas. This striking, multi-coloured collection features 17 silkscreened canvases – which total more than 130 metres. The exhibition is open every day except Monday.

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Commic con.

22-28 October

Join the masses at the French capital’s favourite pop culture event, Comic Con Paris, from 23 to 25 October at La Villette Paris. Meet creators, artists and actors, or spend the day mingling with fellow enthusiasts.

From 28 October to 1 November, Salon du Chocolat will entice you to Porte de Versailles for five days of chocolate-themed entertainment. Chocolate lovers won’t be able to resist the fun and delicious activities, with live demonstrations, pastry workshops and a chocolate bookshop – which will leave your mouth watering. Don’t miss the shows highlight – the famous Chocolate Fashion Show.

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Disneys halloween festival.

29-31 October

Don’t miss the last chance to celebrate Disney’s Halloween Festival at Disneyland Paris, which ends on 1 November. Discover spooky sights and sounds as you explore the park - with grinning pumpkins, funny ghosts and eerie surprises around every corner.

On 31 October you’ll be treated to the Mickey’s Halloween Celebration. Watch as Disney characters in seasonal costumes pass by, in this bewitching procession. Face painting, games and performances make this event a family favourite.

Find out what's on in Paris this November

Paris in autumn is ideal for romantic breaks – sit chatting in cosy cafés with coffee (and cakes), after strolling along the banks of the windswept Seine. The winter is on its way, but there is still lots to do and see. Film festivals, ballets and arts galore make November in Paris a time to remember.

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Bastille grand marche art contemporain.

1-6 novembre

For those looking to pick up a piece of art, the Grand Marche d’Art Contemporain concludes 2 November. Almost 500 artists will display their new works at studio prices, alongside practical workshop tuition in painting, drawing and sculpture at the Place de Bastille.

As one of the best indoor hard court tennis tournaments, the BNP Paribas Masters brings the big names that you would expect. See all the stars, from Djokovic and Federer to Murray, as they compete for this illustrious title at the Bercy Arena between 2 and 8 November.

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Armistice day.

7-13 novembre

France remembers its fallen heroes on Armistice Day (or L’armistice de la Première Guerre Mondiale) with a military parade culminating at the Arc de Triomphe, where the unnamed soldier is entombed. Followed by a Presidential wreath-laying ceremony on the 11th minute of the 11th hour on 11 November.

The following evening, on 12 November, sees Dutch maestro Andre Rieu entertain the masses with the Johann Strauss Orchestra, and his trusted and world-famous Stradivarius violin. Rieu brings new life to classic waltzes with emotional and theatrical flair, all alongside a magical set at the Zenith.

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Paris photo.

14-20 novembre

Officially the Month of Photography in Paris - November provides more than forty excellent exhibits, across the city. Perhaps the biggest exhibition is Paris Photo at the glass-enclosed Grand Palais, where 142 galleries will be showing their prints, from 12 to 15 November.

Throughout November and into 2016, visitors to the Galleries Nationales will be mesmerised by Picasso.Mania Work painted and sculpted throughout his career is on display here, including the stunning Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. In a rare move outside of its Madrid home, Guernica will also be wowing crowds in Paris, a true must-see.

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21-27 novembre

Starting 17 November until 31 December, Nureyev’s La Bayadére will be taking the stage at the Palais Garnier. Produced in the last year of his life, Rudolf Nureyev wanted his exotic version to wow spectators. Expect lavish sets and wonderful costumes on a grand scale.

Film festivals are perfect for this time of year, as you can sit comfortably in the warmth of the cinema. The Courts Devant is an International short film festival with hundreds of films being exhibited, and discussion panels at various venues. Head to Le Cinéma des Cinéastes between 23 and 29 November.

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Paris autumn festival.

28-30 novembre

Throughout the Parisian autumn, a cultural powerhouse sets up for the changing seasons. The Paris Autumn Festival takes place over many different genres, spaces and dates – from 8 September to 30 December.

The Salon du Cheval at the Parc des Expositions is the greatest equestrian event in France. You can visit our equine friends between 28 November and 6 December. Whether you are involved in the scene, or a beginner looking to gain knowledge of these beautiful creatures, this is a great show.

Find out what's on in Paris this December

Christmas markets, pop-up ice skating rinks and an extra sprinkling of Disneyland Paris magic give the captivating French capital even more appeal in December. Concerts from some international megastars keep the momentum going until 2015 ends with a bang – literally – when the city skies light up with fireworks on New Year’s Eve.

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Christmas Concerts.

1–7 December

Enjoy a feast of classical music with festive flair at the Sainte-Chappelle, while surrounded by the Gothic splendour of this magnificent Parisian monument. Christmas Concerts at Sainte-Chappelle are taking place from 3 to 29 December.

Or indulge a passion for all things nautical at the Paris International Boat Show from
5 to 13 December
. Peruse the latest yachts and motor boats, pick up new equipment and get top tips and advice from sailing professionals at this huge event, taking place at Porte de Versailles.

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8-14 dicembre

Just when you thought festival season was well and truly over... The Winter Camp Festival 2015 will bring a fusion of folk, rock and electro sounds to the lush surrounds of Parc de la Villete. Flavien Berger, Mansfield Tya and Gaspar Claus are among the diverse talent lined up to perform at this indie music festival, from 8 to 12 December.

Then grab your tickets to see the Queen of Pop, Madonna, when the European leg of her Rebel Heart world tour arrives in Paris on 10 December. Tickets are selling fast, so act quickly if you don’t want to miss the Material Girl on legendary form – at Bercy arena.

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15–21 December

For the quintessential Parisian Christmas experience, get your skates on (literally) and join the crowds taking to the vast ice rink outside the beautiful Hôtel de Ville. 2015 dates have not yet been confirmed, but this event traditionally takes place in mid-December. Check PARISINFO nearer the time for further information.

Or catch superstar DJ David Guetta spinning his multi platinum-selling sounds on
18 and 19 December. The love is sure to take over when the globally-revered French mix-master plays to his home crowd, at Paris’ Bercy arena.

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22–28 December

Don’t miss festival favourites and indie rock tour de force Florence and the Machine, when they take to the stage of the Zénith de Paris on 22 December. With Florence Welch’s awe-inspiring lead vocals, expect goose bump moments a-plenty as the band perform their smash hit singles, including ‘You’ve Got the Love’ and ‘Dog Days Are Over’.

Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas in the breathtakingly beautiful setting of Paris’ iconic Notre Dame Cathedral. Services on 24 December traditionally include a family mass and evening concert preceding midnight mass. This is an enormously popular event, so arrive early to ensure a seat.

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Moulin Rouge.

29–31 December

On New Year’s Eve in Paris, the Champs-Elysées is quite simply the place to be. Whether you prefer to join the hordes of revellers in the street or to enjoy a quiet meal at a restaurant with a view – the illuminated Eiffel Tower against a backdrop of exploding fireworks is a stunning spectacle not to be missed.

Alternatively, welcome 2016 in unforgettable style on New Year’s Eve with an evening at Paris’ premier nightspot – the historic Moulin Rouge. Dine and sip Champagne as you enjoy this legendary venue’s spectacular Féerie, featuring sequin-adorned showgirls, high-kicking Cancan dancers and awe-inspiring acrobatics.

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Scopra qualcosa di nuovo ed emozionante in ciascun quartiere della cosmopolita Parigi

Centro di Parigi

Centro di Parigi

Si tuffi nella cultura e nello shopping nel cuore di Parigi. Visiti la bellissima Place de la Concorde o si rechi a Place de Vendôme per lo shopping di alta gamma. Ammiri la Monna Lisa e le altre inestimabili opere d'arte del celebre Louvre. Accanto, il Musée des Arts Décoratifs celebra l'arte decorativa. Ammiri l'architettura riccamente ornata della Cattedrale di Notre-Dame e del Palais Garnier e poi si riposi negli splendidi Jardins de Tuileries.

Champs-Élysées e Arc de Triomphe

Champs-Élysées e Arc de Triomphe

Faccia una passeggiata lungo i 2 km degli Champs-Élysées, una delle strade più famose del mondo e un centro fiorente per lo shopping e l'intrattenimento. Una vasta gamma di negozi, ristoranti e cinema la attendono in questo affascinante viale alberato. Quando cala la sera, ammiri gli Champs-Élysées creare un percorso di luce dalla splendida Place de la Concorde all'Arc de Triomphe. Il lussuoso hotel Four Seasons George V è in posizione ideale per esplorare questa zona.



Esplori le strade strade ricche di boutique, bar, caffè e discoteche della vivace Montmartre. Ammiri la favolosa vista panoramica dalla cupola della splendida Basilica del Sacro Cuore. Si goda l'atmosfera dell'incantevole Place du Tertre e ammiri le opere del grande artista surrealista presso l'Espace Dalì. Si assicuri di prenotare i biglietti per uno spettacolo di cabaret del leggendario Moulin Rouge, e soggiorni presso il vicino hotel a 3 stelle Chat Noir.

Rive Gauche

Rive Gauche

Si tuffi nella cultura nell'elegante Rive Gauche di Parigi. Visiti i meravigliosi monumenti storici, tra cui il maestoso e neoclassico Panthéon. Ammiri la magnifica architettura de Les Invalides e visiti i suoi musei. Visiti le boutique di alta gamma o prenda un caffè nel quartiere chic di Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Sfugga alla calca urbana nello splendido Jardin du Luxembourg. Di sera, salga in cima alla Torre Montparnasse per una magnifica vista sulla Torre Eiffel illuminata.

Parigi orientale

Parigi orientale

Gli amanti dell'arte si troveranno nel loro elemento naturale visitando le numerose gallerie del quartiere di Le Marais. Si conceda una deliziosa torta per accompagnare il suo tè pomeridiano nel quartiere ebraico. Ammiri la scintillante figura dorata in cima alla Colonna di luglio a Place de la Bastille. Visiti i luoghi di sepoltura di Chopin, Oscar Wilde e Jim Morrison al Cimetière du Père-Lachaise a Belleville. Ammiri le viste mozzafiato dallo splendido Parc de Belleville. Per la vita notturna, si rechi nel quartiere alla moda di Menilmontant.

Il tempo a Parigi

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