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Paris: The best time to go there


Paris in general 

Usually, the time in Paris is not very good: it’s rain and the sky is dark.

Paris is a capital where you can make shopping no matter what the weather like.


In spring / In summer Spring is one of the season when the rain is more important in Paris.

Summer is the season of arts in Paris. There is the « Fête de la musique » on june 21st and also some free movies and concerts.

Even if during the start of the season, there isn’t the best climate, there is a lot of flowers in the city and the trees is colourful.

Summer is also the season when the temperature is the higher of the year and there is not so much rain for the climate. This is the best season with winter to visit Paris but there are so much tourists.

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Deuxième niveau

Troisième niveau  Quatrième niveau 

Minimum

Maximum

Cinquième niveau

Rainfall in mm

Minimum

Maximum

Rain fall in mm

March

4°C

12°C

34

June

13°C

23°C

54

April

6°C

16°C

42

July

15°C

25°C

59

May

10°C

20°C

57

August

14°C

24°C

64


In Autumn / In Winter

In general, autumn is not a good season to visit Paris. Actually, it’s cold and it rain. But in the beginning of September, you can go in Paris and have a good travel : even if it rain, the weather is nice. Minimum

Maximum

Rain fall

September

12°C

21°C

55

October

8°C

16°C

November

5°C

10°C

Winter is definitly the worst season to visit Paris. It’s cold and it snow. But if you want to take the most beautiful pictures of Paris, you must go there during winter. With the decoration and the snow , this is the season when Paris is the most beautiful.

Minimum

Maximum

Rainfall

December

2°C

7°C

50

50

January

1°C

6°C

56

51

February

1°C

7°C

46


Paris

transportation-underground, bus service, trains, tube maps, buses maps

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Underground o Metro in Paris is open from 5.00 to 00.30 am and was put into operation on the 19th July 1900. Today 13 lines (+2 short coupling) are conducted mainly through underground tunnels and a total length of 199 km with 367 stations in 57 of them the opportunity to transfer. Furthermore, there are 4 lines express suburban train (RER network) in the length of 120 km, which is open from 5.00 to 00.00 hours.


Bus service ď‚› Like the subway rides around Paris, the metro rides all around the city for one ticket. In the Paris area, and if you choose the longest route, you should get two tickets. Buses usually run from 5.30 am to 8.30 pm in the center of Paris, it also goes to the surrounding cities. During the night, we can take the night lines called Noctambus.


Trains  RER  Five lines (A, B, C, D and E) RER crosses Paris and Ile-deFrance also from 5.30 to about 0.30 pm  Remember that in cities adjacent to Paris there are different prices conditions that you can find out in the departure stations.


PARIS


Paris festivals In January:  « On January first, La Grande Parade - celebrating New Year's Day. « The first week of January, it’s the Fête des Rois (The Epiphany)  In February:  « Chinese New Year, which is celebrated in the 13th arrondissement. In March: « Festival Exit, comtemporary art and theatre. « Printemps des Rues: At the end of March. « Banlieues Bleus: International jazz festival, which takes place in the  towns of Seine-Saint-Denis. « Festival de Films des Femmes or Women's Film Festival. « Festival du Film de Paris. « Foire de Paris: A Food and Wine Fair.


In April: « Marathon de Paris: A road race tournament. « Foire du Trone: Fun-fair attractions. « Poisson d'Avril or April Fools' Day In May: « May first, Fête du Travail: Festivities around la Bastille. « Jazz festival, jazz concerts in the Parc Floral  In June: « Festival Agora: A festival of contemporary dance, theatre and music organized by the Pompidou Centre. « Festival de St-Denis: Classical music concerts at the St-Denis basilica. « On June 21, Fête de la Musique, free music concerts.  « Feux de la Saint-Jean: There is a celebration for St-Jean's Day at the Parc de la Villette. « On June 24: The Gay Pride Parade. « Foire St-Germain: Poetry exhibitions and music concerts. « Villette Jazz Festival: At the park and in the Grande Halle at La Villette. « Festival de Chopin in Paris: Piano concerts in the Orangerie de Bagatelle


In July: « Tour de France Cyclists: The most difficult tournament for cycling professionals, which ends three or four weeks later in the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. « In the first week of July, La Goutte d'Or en Fête a rap and reggae music festival. « On July 14: Bastille Day, which commemorates the storming of the Bastille with bands and dance. « Paris Quartier d'Été: Dance, cinema and theatre events. In September: « Fête de l'Humanité: Music, food and drink from different places and at a cheap price. « Journées du Patrimoine: For two days people can visit important buildings like the Palais de l'Élysée, embassies and ministries that are not usually open to visitors. « Techno Parade: A big parade from Place de la République to Pelouse de Reuilly  « Festival d'Automne: A theatre and musical festival with visitors and participants from America, Japan and Europe. In October: « Nouveau Festival International de Danse de Paris: Dance events at the Theatre du Châtelet. « Nuit Blanche: A whole night of music, video and contemporary creations. « Fête des Vendanges: is a wine festival that takes place in the Montmartre vineyard, on the first or second Saturday in October. « Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain (FIAC): A fair of contemporary art in the Porte de Versailles


In November: « November first is All Saints’ Day, when the living honors their dead. « Festival FNAC-Inrockuptibles: A rock festival featuring new names in venues across town. « Lancement des Illuminations des Champs-Élysées: Turning on the Lights for Christmas on the Champs-Élysées. « Fête du Beaujolais Nouveau: Celebrated on the third Thursday of the month. Time to drink the new wine. « Mois de la Photo: A lot of photography exhibitions of different sizes all around the town, organized by the Maison Européenne de la Photographie. In December: «  Le Nouvel An or New Year's Eve: On December 31, with fireworks, drinking and kissing celebration, on the Champs-Élysées and Parc de la Villette


Concert halls After seeing the most important tourist sites in Paris, there comes the time for cultural events. A nice concert in a concert hall will be a wonderful idea for all music fans. The concert halls in Paris are housed in beautiful buildings and many of them offer more than 5,000 seats and incredible performances.  Le Zenith, which hosts all kinds of concerts and guarantees a wonderful time in the middle of the large. La Villette park, is one of the most renowned music halls in the French capital. Olympia hall is another famous music hall with a varied programe, including classical music as well as concerts featuring popular music. Various other shows are offered by  Pigall’s, La Cigale, Centre Pompidou and Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy a very famous concert where many famous singers comes.


The hotels of Paris Paris is the capital of France. This city have a lots of hotels Paris have more upper class hotel as the Ritz, the Plaza and others. Paris has no that hotels of luxury. We can so easily find a small hotel in the center of Paris not very expensive.


The luxury hotel in Paris The Duret hotel which is a hotel of luxury for the businessmen. There is also a hotel Atala which is situated on fields Elysees one of the cartier the most visited by the world. This hotel is also a hotel business where we can sleep for 290 euro for the most cheaper until 600 euro for most expensively.

There is the Ritz too which is one of the more expensive hotel in Paris, because there are lots of celebrities who came to sleep.


The Marks hotel and the youth hostel There is also lots of famous mark of hotels like Ibis hotel, Mercure, Novotel ‌ Where you can sleep for a price which not expencive. For the young people you could sleep in a youth hostels. Blue planet hostel, Le regient Montmatre and lots of other. In this youth hotels you can sleep at14 and 20 euro for a night.


Keep calm and eat in Paris! There are lots of different restaurants in Paris. If you want a wonderful view, you can eat at: Jules Verne is a prestigious restaurant which is in the second floor of the Eiffel Tower and it's in the seventh arrondissement. It has 4 stars Gourmet Lafayette, 48 bd Haussmann 9th arrondissement But they are very expensive. Here are some restaurants with 3 stars. If you go in this restaurants, you'll eat very good food, created by french chefs: Epicure, 112 rue Fg St-HonorĂŠ Le PrĂŠ Catelan, rte de Suresne, 16th arrondissement L'Ambroisie, 9 place des Vosges, 4th arrondissement.


If you prefer eat stranger food, there are:

Chinatown, in the 13th arrondissement. You can find lots of chinese restaurants

Safran is an indian food in the 5th arrondissement, 3 rue de la harpe.

Vegan restaurants are more and more popular. If you want to eat vegetarian food, there is:

MOB, 32 rue Charlot, 3rd arrondissement. It's an vegan fast food.

For the lovers, you can eat in one of the restaurants of the district of Montmartre.


Spend money in Paris In Paris there are a lot of places where you can spend money. For examples: There is Citadium for teenager. Here there are all famous brands for young people. It is a bit expansive.

The most famous mall in Paris is the Lafayette galleries. It is very huge mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. It’s for all because of the floors for adults, teenagers and babies.

“Le Printemps” is another big mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. There’re famous brand like Guess, Dior, Louis Vuitton. It’s expansive.


The Saint Lazarre galleries are a mall with shops like H&M or Diesel and some fast food.

There is “Opéra” is a district with some shops like Zara, Promod… and cinemas or restaurants.

“Les Halles” is an underground mall with clothes shops, a cinema and some fast food and restaurants.


Paris Is the capital and largest city of France. It is situated on the river Seine, in northern France, at the heart of the テ四e-de-France region. The city of Paris, within its administrative limits (the 20 arrondissements), has a population of about 2,230,000. Its metropolitan area is one of the largest population centres in Europe, with more than 12 million inhabitants.


Eiffel Tower


Ch창teau de Vincennes


Basilique du Sacré-Cœur


The Louvre


Paris-Parks, gardens There are 463 gardens


Paris-Parks, gardens

There are 463 gardens The most famous gardens

Bois de Boulogne

Bois de Vincennes

Tuileries Garden

Jardin du Luxembourg


Bois de Boulogne ď‚—

The Bois de Boulogne is a large public park located along the western edge of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, near the suburb of BoulogneBillancourt and Neuilly-sur-Seine. In the northern part of the Bois de Boulogne : the Jardin d'Acclimatation, an amusement park with a zoo and other attractions


Bois de Vincennes ď‚—

The Bois de Vincennes : in the the east of Paris, was annexed to Paris in the 19th century.


Tuileries Garden ď‚—

The Tuileries Garden : located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde in the 1st arrondissement of Paris.


Where to walk in Paris We can take out for a walk at the bank of the Seine River or you can take a “Bateau Mouche”, one of the best known tourist boats. And when you cross the Seine pass bridges like the Pont Neuf and the Pont des Arts, you can admire many monuments like the cathedral “Notre Dame”, or “The Conciergerie”. It was a prison where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned. We can walk to arrive at these monuments.

The Pont Neuf


Like in London, in Paris there are a lot of squares. There is the Luxembourg Garden (with the fountain, statues) around the Luxembourg Palace. And do you know the Champs de Mars, it’s the garden where is the Eiffel tower.

The fountain of the Luxembourg Garden In Paris, we can see a lot of things; we can walk, in famous avenues, like the Boulevard Haussmann, with big shops, the Printemps and the gallery Lafayette. But the best known avenue is the Champs Elysées, with the Arc of Triumph.

The Champs Elysées


Spend money in Paris In Paris there are a lot of places where you can spend money. For examples: There is Citadium for teenager. Here there are all famous brands for young people. It is a bit expansive.

The most famous mall in Paris is the Lafayette galleries. It is very huge mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. It’s for all because of the floors for adults, teenagers and babies.

“Le Printemps” is another big mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. There’re famous brand like Guess, Dior, Louis Vuitton. It’s expansive.


The “Champs Elysées” are the biggest and the best avenue for shopping. There are all types of shops: clothes, bags, shoes, food, cinemas… It’s AGAIN very expansive.

The Saint Lazarre galleries are a mall with shops like H&M or Diesel and some fast food.

There is “Opéra” is a district with some shops like Zara, Promod… and cinemas or restaurants.

“Les Halles” is an underground mall with clothes shops, a cinema and some fast food and restaurants.


Spend money in Paris In Paris there are a lot of places where you can spend money. For examples: There is Citadium for teenager. Here there are all famous brands for young people. It is a bit expansive.

The most famous mall in Paris is the Lafayette galleries. It is very huge mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. It’s for all because of the floors for adults, teenagers and babies.

“Le Printemps” is another big mall on the Haussmann Boulevard. There’re famous brand like Guess, Dior, Louis Vuitton. It’s expansive.


The “Champs Elysées” are the biggest and the best avenue for shopping. There are all types of shops: clothes, bags, shoes, food, cinemas… It’s AGAIN very expansive.

The Saint Lazarre galleries are a mall with shops like H&M or Diesel and some fast food.

There is “Opéra” is a district with some shops like Zara, Promod… and cinemas or restaurants.

“Les Halles” is an underground mall with clothes shops, a cinema and some fast food and restaurants.


Keep calm and eat in Paris!

There are lots of different restaurants in Paris. If you want a wonderful view, you can eat at:

Jules Verne is a prestigious restaurant which is in the second floor of the Eiffel Tower and it's in the seventh arrondissement. It has 4 stars

Gourmet Lafayette, 48 bd Haussmann 9th arrondissement

But they are very expensive.

Here are some restaurants with 3 stars. If you go in this restaurants, you'll eat very good food, created by french chefs:

Epicure, 112 rue Fg St-Honoré

Le Pré Catelan, rte de Suresne, 16th arrondissement

L'Ambroisie, 9 place des Vosges, 4th arrondissement

If you prefer eat stranger food, there are: •Chinatown, in the 13th arrondissement. You can find lots of chinese restaurants •Safran is an indian food in the 5th arrondissement, 3 rue de la harpe. Vegan restaurants are more and more popular. If you want to eat vegetarian food, there is: •MOB, 32 rue Charlot, 3rd arrondissement. It's an vegan fast food. For the lovers, you can eat in one of the restaurants of the district of Montmartre.


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