Winter Sales in Paris lasting for one month.
- February- March
“Prêt-à-Porter” ready-to-wear time
Let’s visit cows & bulls and eat great French farmers products, from wine to cheese and sausages, at the ”Salon de l’Agriculture“, the wold’s largest agriculture show and a unique window on French agricultural tradition.
- April- May
As of May, the fountaines of Versailles start being operated every weekend
“Roland Garros Tennis“, as the French call it. The world number 1 clay court tournament, French Tennis Open, starting end of May for 2 exciting weeks.
Go visit the Paris Air Show, the world’s largest air show, which displays all civil and military airplanes you can dream of on the ground, and watch them fly and loop above your heads !
On June 21st, the ”Fête de la Musique“ is above all a free popular fête, open to any participant who wants to perform it in a cheerful atmosphere. Also beginning in June: the ”Festival Chopin de Paris“ until July
Roland Garros Tennis finals
Summer Sales in Paris lasting for one month, sometines more.
- July- August
“Le Festival Estival de Paris” features concerts around the Marais district and the left bank of Seine
Bastille Day ceremonies include a parade, balls and fireworks
The fountaines of Versailles are now open daily!
Watch the finish of the ”Tour de France “ on the Champs Elysées!
Relax in Paris Plage: The Seine’s banks become pedestrian and the sandy beaches are spread across several spots in the city for the whole summer
Enjoy the ”Défilé Militaire du Quatorze Juillet” on the Champs-Elysées in the morning of July 14th; after the fireworks and the “bals populaires” of the night of the 13th for France’s national day, which celebrates the French revolution.
The Opera Season starts and runs until June
The Journées du Patrimoine on the last week-end of September: religious, official as well as some residential buildings, monuments you will never be able to visit except during that week-end, presenting a unique historical or architectural interest, are open free of charge for two full days.
“Prêt-à-Porter” ready-to-wear time
Witness the world’s greatest horse race at the Grand Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe!
The Salon de l’Automobile is one of the biggest motor show, a bi-annual event.
Paris in Christmas time. Walk around the ”Illuminations de Noël” on the Champs-Elysées, Rue Royale, around the Opera and the Grands Boulevards, the Marais et Saint-Germain-des-Prés
The famous big wheel, the “Grande Roue de Paris” is situated at the entrance to the Tuileries gardens, on Place de la Concorde. At 60 meters off the ground, you have a fantastic point of view to discover the thousands of lights along the Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe.
Within easy reach from D’win hotel, there are numerous options for sports and recreations.
Ask our resourceful & multilingual team to assist you and to book tickets.
Designer shopping and trendy chain stores at Champs-Elysées (open on Sunday) / Avenue Montaigne but also chic home furnishings, and quality cosmetics in the Louvre Tuileries & Faubourg St Honoré districts
Paris prestigious department stores are located in Boulevard Haussmann
Two famous districts for chic, eclectic fashion, unique jewelry, antiques & fine art in the Marais and St-Germain-des-Prés
Antiques and oddball items at Paris flea Market - literally translated from “Marché aux puces”
Major chains and trendy boutiques can be found at Les Halles / Rue de Rivoli
For chic outlet shopping, go to La Vallée Village.
Château de Versailles including the Musée de l’Histoire de France.
- Amusement parks
Jardin d’Acclimatation, hub for Parisian families & visitors
Discover France in a day at France Miniature. Like a giant, stride around the Eiffel Tower, Mont St Michel, the Basilica of Lourdes, etc.
Swim on the bank Seine at Joséphine Baker’s pool
Golf at Albatros course, the third-best European professional tournament venue by Golf Weekly magazine
Go rollerblading in Paris with Rollers & Coquillage association. Every Sunday, starting from Bastille where you can rent rollerblades.
- Get informed
Follow city’s activities on Paris town hall, Mairie de Paris official site
The official website of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, Office de Tourisme.