An Environmental Photography Show on the Grande Arche Rooftop, La DéfenseThe rooftop of the Grande Arche in Paris is the ideal location for an art exhibition – especially one that focuses so much on light, altitude and the natural world. The space is set to hold a retrospective of the photographic and cinematographic works of Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Yann Arthus-Bertrand is an acclaimed photographer that has worked for around 50 years to capture the natural world and present an environmental message.
Bid On Paris' Best Street Art At The District 13 International FairParis is famed for its international art shows in a range of different genres and styles. Collectors and fans flock to exhibition spaces to see what is new and what bargains they can get from up-and-coming artists. Photography and contemporary art have long led the way. The District 13 Art Fair is snapping at their heels in terms of popularity and prestige.
Learn More about Paris' Urban Side at Urban Week 2019Paris is a city full of culture from a vast array of demographics. This means that there is more than the traditional “cultured” side of the city with its fine art and opera. There is also an urban side to Paris in the form of street art, sports, music and more.
Take A Historical Tour Of the Royal Opera In VersaillesThe history of Paris has long been steeped in cultural history. The city is famed for its opera and grand shows. Many flock to the Palais Garnier in Paris for a grand night out and to see the setting of the Phantom of the Opera. The site has even expanded into adventure games on that theme. However, this isn’t the only extravagant opera house in the region.
Paris Plages 2019 : The best way to spend a sunny afternoon in ParisThere is no better way to spend a sunny afternoon in Paris than to lounge around in the city heat and chill out with a drink and a good book. While many locals will automatically head to the shade of a city park, there is a more interesting alternative this summer. The Paris Plages 2019 brings the facilities of the beach to the banks of the Seine, City Hall and the Bassin de la Villette. The former will be popular with workers because of the accessibility, views and the ice-cream facilities. The
Nuit aux Invalides : Lutetia, 3000 Years of StoriesThe 2019 summer season in Paris is one that is diverse and full of interesting events. There are lots of traditional shows and festival that residents look forward to every single year. Some are laid back family affairs like music festivals and pop-up beaches and workshops. Others offer something that is entirely out of many people’s comfort zones.
Celebrate Summer with La Fête des Loges in Saint-Germain-en-LayeThis summer, the Saint-Germain-en-Laye forest is transformed once again as La Fête des Loges arrives. This annual event has been a part of Paris tradition for centuries and continues to adapt to the needs of its visitors.
Inside Opera : Solve the Mystery of the Phantom of the OperaThe Phantom of the Opera is a story that continues to captivate audiences across the world. The timeless love story has gained many fans and a lot of them will love the chance to visit the Opera House where the story is set. Some will come here to see a show, while others will take a tour of the building. However, there is an alternative option for those that want a little more excitement and adventure.
Poisson Lune : The Palais de la Porte Dorée's New Summer TerraceThe Poisson Lune terrace is open for business on the Palais de la Porte Dorée in Paris and ready to welcome locals with open arms. This temporary site has three main aims – music, wellness and food. This means providing amazing cuisine and cocktails while global artists play and visitors get to relax on an afternoon off.
From “Umbrella Sky” in the Village Royal to “Bubble Sky” in Bercy VillagePatricia Cunha is no stranger to bold, colourful installations. Anyone visiting Le Village Royal in Paris this year won’t have failed to notice all the beautiful umbrellas hanging over the street. These umbrellas have provided colour and joy for many months. Now she has moved onto another location at Cour St Emilion in Bercy Village. This time the streets will have a canopy of multicoloured balloons as a symbol of the summer fun to be had in the capital. This “Bubble Sky” will also be joined by