Our must-sees for March and April
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, the dates of the events mentioned below have changed or may change.
Top Tips… for cultural experiences
Yet another great reason to visit the Musée du Luxembourg! To prolong the pleasures of Paris Fashion Week, pick up tickets to see the exhibition devoted to Man Ray and fashion. Come discover the pictures this pioneer of style photography shot for great couture designers like Poiret, Schiaparelli and Chanel, as well as for famous magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and Harper’s Bazaar.
From 9 April to 26 July 2020,19 Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris.
As you stroll around the neighbourhood, don’t pass up the chance to duck inside Saint-Germain-des-Prés church, located at 1 Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés. It’s one of the oldest churches in Paris. Did you know that its nave is the capital’s last vestige of Romanesque art?
Top Tips… For tasty treats
Looking for a cozy bar with an intimate ambiance? Head over to the latest address of French master chef Cyril Lignac! Enter the Dragon to sip astonishing cocktails while enjoying plates of finger food to share. Open Tuesday through Saturday 5.30 pm to 00.30 am at number 34, Rue du Dragon.
Sweet tooth acting up? Step over the threshold at 71 Rue de Seine to sample the cream puffs by Popelini, who was the inventor of ‘pâte à choux’ and official chef of Catherine de Médicis. Each month they feature new ‘ephemeral’ cream puff varieties. A sweet spot in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
For Easter, the Artus Hotel has a special welcome in store for you… A sweet surprise awaits in your room… a delight for all ages!
Top Tips… for sports enthusiasts
Don’t miss the 44th running of the Paris Marathon to be held on 5 April. The course starts out from the Champs-Elysées, and will cross the Place de la Bastille, passing by many of the capital’s most stunning monuments, such as the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame Cathedral. For the truly determined—and fit—pull on your jersey to run through the most beautiful city in the world. Those who prefer to cheer from the side-lines can enjoy the view from the quays along the Left Bank of the Seine.