Paris events in June kick off the beginning of summer as lushly blooming flowers, long warm days, and plenty of cafe tables along the sidewalks lure everyone outside. 

Relax at the open-air Paris Music Festival, La Défense Jazz Festival, and Chopin Festival, enjoy concerts at Sainte Chapelle, Olympia Hall, and other top venues, and soar above the city when the giant ferris wheel returns to Tuileries Garden. 

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Visit special exhibits at many of the city's most famous and lesser-known museums, and stay up all night for Nuit Blanche, the city's beloved all-night cultural celebration.

If you're a fashionista, join the excitement and thrill of the hunt as the famous Summer Sales on designer fashion starts in late June.

If you're into contemporary art, especially by emerging artists, stop by the Open Studios hosted by artists in the Belleville and Pere Lachaise (Charonne) neighborhoods, chat with the artists, and perhaps purchase an original piece for your home - a perfect "souvenir" from Paris.

Days continue to grow longer until Summer Solstice on June 21st, when the sun doesn't set until 10pm and the sky still shows some light until almost midnight - truly a magical time in the City of Light.  

Stroll around the city's iconic neighborhoods and admire the lastest street art. 

Buy a baguette, cheese, and a bottle of wine and picnic along the banks of the Seine River, and then watch the Eiffel Tower's sparkling light once the sky finally grows dark - the perfect June evening in Paris!

Top Photo:  Free outdoor June concert on the Left Bank of the Seine River, (c) Paris Discovery Guide

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Paris in June

Rooftop terrace at Fluctuart, floating art venue on the Seine River
Rooftop terrace at Fluctuart on the Left Bank of the Seine River

June is the perfect month to dine on outdoor terraces at restaurants or along the river, picnic in parks and other outdoor spaces such as the Seine River banks, and go on Seine River cruises.  Get your cultural fix at Atelier des Lumiéres, art galleries around the city, unique venues such as Fluctuart, the floating contemporary art venue on the Seine River at Pont des Invalides, and all the special exhibitions at Paris museums. 

June Concerts in Paris - 2024

Opéra Bastille - Popular Paris concert venue
Opéra Bastille - Popular Paris concert venue

The Paris concert calendar for June is packed with wonderful music performance you won't want to miss:

Paris concerts during June include classical music by candlelight at Sainte-Chapelle and other beautiful historical churches, several wonderful ballets and operas at Palais Garnier and Opera Bastille, and performances by popular artists such as Nikki Minaj, Jane's Addiction, Tool, the Jonas Bsrothers, Olivia Rodrigo, Green Day, and Sheryl Crow at top music halls and arenas. 

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More Paris classical concerts in historical churches during June

More Paris classical concerts in historic churches during June

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Versailles Tours in June

Hall of Mirrors at Versailles
Hall of Mirrors at Versailles

Located just a quick 30-minute train ride from Paris, Versailles sparkles during June as light streams through the palace's many windows and reflects on ornate chandeliers and gold-framed mirrors.  It's the perfect time for enjoying the relections of light on crystal chandeliers and sparkling mirrors in the Hall of Mirrors and relaxiing the Musical Gardens, when you can explore normally-blocked off gardens and groves as Baroque music plays softly. 

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Best Versailles Tours & Prepaid Ticket Options

Buy a timed entry "Full Access" ticket which includes admission to Musical Fountains or Musical Gardens show or a Palace admission ticket and audioguide. 

For the best speed and convenience, choose a guided tour (pro tip: a guide can whisk you through a special guide-only entrance):

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Nuit Blanche (White Night) in Paris - 2024

Paris lights up for Nuit Blanche
Lights along the Pont Alexandre III bridge over the Seine River - Photo credit: AdobeStock/Sergii Figurniy

On the night of June 1 through the early morning hours of June 2 (to be confirmed), Nuit Blanche (which means "Sleepless Night") turns Paris into an all-night festival of lights celebrating the work of emerging and established artists. 

Held annually starting at sundown on the first Saturday of June and continuing until sunrise on the following Sunday morning, this free event is one of Paris' largest and most popular cultural events as everyone stays up all night visiting the special art installations, concerts, dance and theatrical performances, elaborate light shows, and other artistic expressions by Parisian and international artists.

Although shows take place in museums, galleries, municipal buildings, and studios across the city, you'll find the highest concentrations this year in central Paris (3rd and 4th arrondissements), northeast Paris (19th and 20th arrondissements), and western Paris (the 16th arrondissement).  

Many Paris bars restaurants are also offering special Nuit Blanche menus.

A 24-hour broadcast (midnight to midnight) of Global Citizen Live featuring performances from 6 continents will take place on Champs-de-Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower. 

What's the easiest way to find out what's going on?  You'll find a map here showing locations, addresses, and event information. 

Bonus:  The Paris Métro runs all night during Nuit Blanche to enable you to get around easily.

Summer Sales on Designer Fashions 2024

Paris summer sales at Sandro in the Marais
Summer Sales at Sandro, with signs announcing the 2nd markdown

The famous Paris summer sales run from June 27 through July 24 in 2024 (to be confirmed), giving you a full four weeks for snapping up bargains on chic French fashion. 

Look for Soldes signs in store windows all over the city, usually showing the amount of reduction - often 30-40% at the beginning, and soaring as high as 70-80% at toward the end. 

Best places to find bargains?  Everywhere!  Luxury labels such as Chanel, Valentino, and Armani draw huge crowds - ditto for Galeries Lafayette, BHV, Bon Marché, and Au Printemps - but don't ignore smaller boutiques and even global mid-market chains.  

Coveted Hermès bags, shoes, clothing, and other goodies go on sale for the general public for only 2 days this time offsite at Palais de Congrès near Porte Maillot.  A VIP invitation-only sale usually takes place on the day before the sale begins, but is rumored to be for the highest-spending French customers only.  

Find out more about Paris Summer Sales 2024

Paris Tours for Fashionistas

Paris Museum Shows - Top Events during June

Grande Halle at Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement in Paris
Grande Halle exhibition center at Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement in Paris

These shows are from last year.  Check back a few months in advance for this year's shows.

Naples in Paris: Masterpieces from Italy's Museo di Capodimonte  @ Louvre Museum

The Louvre will exhibit about 60 major masterpieces from the Museo de Capodimonte, one of the largest and most important museums in Italy, to give a unique insight into Italian painting from the 15th to the 17th century.  The Italian paintings will include works by artists with little or no representation at the Louvre, and will reresonate with the Louvre's works by Titian and Caravaggio.  Look for these works in several areas in the Denon and Sully Wings.
Dates:  Through January 8, 2024

Tickets:  17€ adults plus the Louvre's 3€ online booking fee; includes special exhibits and permanent collections; book in advance with a reserved time slot and skip-the-line access; can also book in advance for free admission with a Paris Museum Pass
Location:  Rue de Rivoli, Paris 1;  Metro: Palais Royal/Musée du Louvre

Stay nearby:  Hotels near the Louvre

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Manet/Degas @ Orsay Museum 

An exploration of the differences and even conflicts in their depictions of modernity in their works created between the 1860s and 1880s.

Musée d'Orsay Tickets:  16€ adults.  Book a reserved-access ticket for skip-the-line access, save with a combo ticket for skip-the-line museum entrance and a Seine River cruise, or use your Paris Museum Pass for free entry
Location: 1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris 7;
 Pont de l'Alma; Invalides

Find many more Paris museum exhibitions for June & future months

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Paris Rare Books & Graphic Arts Fair (Salon du Livre Rare & des Arts Graphiques) - 2024

Paris is a city that takes books seriously, and no where is that more evident than at the massive 3-day Paris Book Fair held each year with 150,000+ visitors from more than 50 countries.  This year's event honors book professionals from Francophone Quebec.

You can buy books, chat with some of the almost 4,000 writers at the presentations and publishers' booths (they'll also sign their books for you), and attend your choice of 2,500 events including signing sessions, readings, concerts, workshops, interviews, and debates. 

You can also buy books in a convenient centrally-located bookstore.  If that's not enough, check out the 1,200 or so exhibits put up by major and indie publishers, themed stages, bookstores, specialty forums on genres such as detective fiction and young adult, news organizations, book sellers, digital and audio producers, and university presses. There are even four literary cafés.

When:  June 14-16
Where: Le Carreau du Temple, 4 Rue Eugene Spuller, 3rd arrondissement
Metro:  Temple, although Republique, Oberkampf, and Filles du Calvaire are also nearby
Livre Paris website for more information:

Belleville Artists' Open Studios

Belleville Artists' Open Studios
Belleville Artists' Open Studios in June

Around 160 artists in Paris's vibrant Belleville neighborhood invite the public to visit their Open Studios from on June 1-4 and explore a wide panorama of contemporary art in all media - painting, sculpture, photography, installations, ceramics, textiles, and more - on display (and available for purchase) in almost 100 studios and exhibition spaces.  

On the night of Nuit Blanche on June 3, a special artistic experience, "Belle de nuit, Ville en vie" takes place in over 50 workshops, courtyards and streets of Belleville from 8pm to midnight, with performances, concerts, and screenings.

As usual with open studios, if you see something you love, you can buy it directly from its creator.  Music and dance performances will also take place throughout the four days.

Although Belleville covers a large area encompassing parts of the 10th, 11th, 19th, and 20th arrondissements, you'll find many of the artists' studios between the gorgeous Parc des Buttes Chaumont and Parc de Belleville - the perfect excuse to combine studio visits with an excursion to one or both parks and perhaps a meal in one of Belleville's excellent restaurants.

Admission:  Free
Reception point:  AAB Gallery, 1 rue Picabia, Paris 20; Metro: Couronnes/Line 2
More information, including a detailed map:  Belleville Artists' Open Studios website

Where to Stay (Cheaply!) near Belleville's Open Studios

Check out these fun and very affordable places to stay within easy walking distance of Belleville's Open Studios:

  • Novotel Paris 20 Belleville - Recently renovated 4-star hotel popular with business and leisure visitors - cool industrial-chic vibe, onsite bistronomic restaurant plus many other appealing restaurant options nearby, and across from a metro station.  The bargain rates for a 4-star property in Paris are well-known to savvy travelers - so book well in advance of your dates.  Check out other new hotels in Paris
  • Hotel Scarlett - Attractive 3-star boutique hotel very close to Parc de Belleville, with (usually, except during times of peak demand) cheap rates.  Book a couple of months in advance to get the cheapest rates.
  • The People Paris Belleville/Les Piaules - With a game room, theme parties each evening, and lounges for relaxing, this popular hostel offers cheap rates and 2 types of booking options: 1) reserve a bed in a room shared by others, or 2) "privatize" a double, quadruple, 6-bed, or 8-bed room - perfect for just you and one other person, or for friend or family groups up to 8 people.  Cheap rates
  • Generator Paris Hostel - This hostel near Canal Saint-Martin is known for its gorgeous public spaces, including a rooftop bar.  Accommodations include both private rooms and shared rooms, most with ensuite bathrooms but a few with shared facilities.  Cheap rates
  • Hipotel Paris Buttes Chaumont Belleville - Recently renovated guestrooms with simple contemporary furnishings and inexpensive rates close to Parc de Belleville; this 3-star hotel is part of the growing budget-friendly Hipotel chain in Paris.

Find more hotels in Paris's 20th arrondissement, including Belleville

Open Studios: Pere Lachaise, Menilmontant, Charonne, & Belleville Neighborhoods

Open Studio in Paris's Belleville neighborhood
Open Studio in Paris's Belleville neighborhood

Numerous artists live and work in the leafy 20th arrondissement neighborhoods around Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Menilmontant, Charonne, and Belleville. 

In 20243, the emerging and established painters, sculptors, photographers, and print-makers in these areas are banding together to hold Open Studios on four weekends throughout the year (March 23, June 1 in conjunction with Nuit Blanche), September 18, and December 7). (to be confirmed)  As noted in the previous announcement, the Belleville Open Studios will continue for four days.

Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to browse original art, chat with the artists, and perhaps purchase a favorite piece! 

Visiting the Open Studios also gives you also a great opportunity to explore these lesser-known authentic Parisian neighborhoods as well as nearby Pere Lachaise cemetery. 

Date:  June 3
More information:  Artists of the APLA website  (APLA = painting, sculpture, engraving, photography, and mixed media)

The Fête de la Musique Welcomes Summer in Paris 2024

Performance at Fete de la Musique in Paris
Fête de la Musique dancer and musicians in front of the Egyptian Cultural Center in Paris's 16th Arrondissement
Photo courtesy of Jean-Pierre Dalbéra

On June 21, the longest day of the year and official beginning of summer, pop-up stages appear all over Paris for the annual Fête de la Musique, turning the city into a huge street party to celebrate the summer solstice.

Free indoor and outdoor concerts take place all over Paris throughout the day and late into the night (remember, the sun doesn't set until almost 10pm) to celebrate the summer solstice and showcase the city's rich diversity of musical talent and genres. 

You can find a list of performances on the event's website, usually by early June - but it's almost more fun to just happen upon them.  They take place everywhere - so look for them in the city's major squares, near metro stations, on street corners, in cafes, in front of municipal buildings, inside museums, in the city's parks, in courtyards - or just follow the sound of music. 

Street Art Trail: Open Air Museum

The Cat - street art in Paris's 13 arrondissement
La Chat (The Cat) by C215 at 141 Boulevard Vincent Auriol, 13th Arrondissement

Not all the art in Paris is found in museums.  To see a terrific exhibition of giant murals by internationally acclaimed street artists such as Shepard Fairey (Obey), ST4, DALeast, D*Face, C215, and Hush, head over to the 13th arrondissement to see the Boulevard Paris 13 project, an open-air art museum

To do a self-guided tour, take the metro to Place d'Italie in the 13th arrondissement and walk down Boulevard Vincent Auriol to Rue Louise Weiss, exploring side streets along the way.  You'll spot huge murals by C215, Shepard Fairey, INTI, Conor Harrington, Invader, and other famous and emerging artists. 

More about Where to See More Street Art in Paris's 13th District: Check the map (look for "course") on the Boulevard Paris 13 website

Want to discover more about street art in Paris?  Join a professionally guided street art tour through the 13th District and learn about the public art movement as you see some of the best creations by international artists.  >Find out more 

Les Extatiques Festival at La Défense

PCalder's Red Spider sculpture on the La Défense Esplanade
Calder's Red Spider sculpture on the La Défense Esplanade with the Grande Arche in the background

The annual Les Extatiques ("The Ecstatics") Festival at La Défense, located in Paris's skyscraper-filled business district just beyond the city limits, features a temporary exhibition of mid-size to monumental sculptures by contemporary French and International artists.

Look for the sculptures along La Défense's Esplanade, a long park-like walkway that functions as an outdoor art gallery (and also hosts La Défense's enormous Christmas Market).  This year, enjoy works by Amélie Bertrand, Jérémy Gobé , Philip Haas, Cornelia Konrads, Bob Verschueren and Erwin Wurm, and many more.

You'll find them in the stretch between the Grande Arche and the multi-colored Bassin pool and fountains, and continuing on to the Seine Musicale concert venue.  They join (for a few months) the 69 permanent sculptures by Calder, Miró, Richard Serra, and other mostly modern and contemporary artists along the Esplanade, the Paris area's biggest sculpture garden.

Dates:  June 22 - October 1 (to be confirmed)
Admission:  Free
Metro:  La Défense (about a 5-minute ride from the Charles de Gaulle/Etoile station on Line 1; if you walk down the whole 1 km (.6 m) length of the Esplanade, you'll end up at the Esplanade de La Défense station and can hop on the metro there to go back to Paris - or continue walking for another mile or so to the Arc de Triomphe.
While you're there:  Admire the futuristic architecture of the surrounding buildings on both sides of the Esplanade

Paris Pride Parade (Marche des Fiertés)

Participants in Paris Pride Parade walking in Tuileries Garden

The massive Paris LGBTQI+ Pride Parade attracts almost 1 million participants and spectators for a celebration to defend equal rights and reject discrimination.  The procession of marchers and colorful floats takes place this year on June 23 at 2pm (time to be confirmed) and lasts about 4 hours depending on the exact route, and finishes at Place de République.  A Pride celebration with free concerts, dancing, and speeches normally happens in Place de la République from 5pm-10pm.  (to be confirmed)

The parade started last year in the Paris suburb of Pantin, proceeded down Avenue Jean Jaurès, Rue Lafayette, and Boulevard Magenta, ending at Place de la République.  The route for this year has not yet been released, so stay tuned.

The Paris LGBTQI+ Marche comes at the end of a week of Pride parties and events centered in the trendy Marais district's many gay bars and clubs.  You can find more info here.

Where to Stay:   Recommended Hotels for Paris Pride Parade & Pride Week

Paris Hotels near Paris Pride Parade and parties

These wonderful Marais hotels give you the perfect location close to Paris Pride Parade celebrations and Pride Week parties - but you need to book early due to the number of visitors this event attracts:

  • 9Hôtel Confidentiel - New 5-star hotel designed by Philippe Starck with glamorous 1920s moderne vibe
  • Hôtel Duo - Fabulous boutique designer hotel with a lovely garden in the heart of the Marais
  • Hotel de JoBo - 4-star hotel with sumptuous decor and a welcoming bar
  • Le Roi de Sicile - Beautiful apartment boutique hotel (only 13 rooms and suites) in a charming Marais location with exceptional service
  • Hôtel de la Bretonnerie - Small, romantic boutique Marais hotel with lovely decor
  • Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais - Small (19 rooms) boutique hotel with ornate French country style decor in a convenient Marais location
  • Hôtel Jules et Jim - Boutique hotel with chic modern decor in the fashionable Upper Marais

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La Défense Jazz Festival

Jazz festival musicians - Photo credit: Jens Thekkeveettil
Jazz festival musicians - Photo credit:

Stop by the La Défense Esplanade, the Paris business district just to the west of the city, to hear emerging jazz artists playing in all genres at the annual La Défense Jazz Festival.  Confirmed for this year include Marcus Miller, Joey Bada$$, Tigran Hamasyan, Anne Paceo, Chocho Cannelle, and more.

Most concerts take place at lunch time and after work from 5pm-7pm on the plaza in front of the Grande Arche.  Enjoy the music, and treat yourself to an apéritif at the cafes and bars along the Esplanade. 

While you're there, enjoy the 69 massive sculptures in the open-air museum along or near the Esplanade.

Dates:  June 26 - July 2 (to be confirmed)
Admission:  Free
Metro:  La Défense (about a 5-minute ride from the Charles de Gaulle/Etoile station on Line 1)

Chopin Festival in Paris - Bois de Boulogne

Bois de Bologne - Jardin d'Acclimatation
Bois de Boulogne - Chinese Garden

The prestigious Chopin Festival showcases international pianists as they interpret the maestro's magnificent music June 15 - July 12 (to be confirmed).  You'll also hear original works inspired by Chopin. 

The festival takes place in the Orangerie at Parc de Bagatelle, the gorgeous botanical garden in the heart of Bois de Boulogne in the 16th arrondissement. 

In addition to enjoying the music, be sure to stroll through Parc Bagatelle's magnificent rose garden containing 10,000 bushes, see the waterfalls, lakes and 18th century chateau, and explore the 19th century Chinese pagoda. 

Two more nearby must-visit places:  Louis Vuitton Foundation for the spectacular architecture and current exhibits, and Jardin d'Acclimatation for fun in the amusement park.

Tickets:  17€-34€ (includes admission to park) - see the festival's website for details
Getting there:  Metro to Pont de Neuilly (Line 1); then take bus 43 to Bagatelle; walk about 5 minutes to reach Parc Bagatelle

Festivals du Parc Floral:  Paris Jazz Festival, Classic in Green, Pestacles, Nocturnes

The Last Shadow Puppets playing at Rock en Seine
Paris Jazz Festival at Parc Floral - Photo courtesy of Sebastien Bertrand

Parc Floral (the Paris Botanical Garden) in Bois de Vincennes hosts four concurrent musical festivals:  Paris Jazz Festival, Classic in Green (classical music), Pestacles (a children's concert series for ages 4 and up), and Nocturnes (night concerts of contemperary, jazz, or classical music).

The outdoor concerts take place every Saturday and Sunday on several stages in the park from late June through early September.  Almost all of the 32 concerts are free, although Parc Floral charges a small 3€) entrance fee during summer and early fall. 

Check the Festival's website to download a brochure with dates, lineups, and concert times.  Most take place in the afternoon and early evening, except for the Nocturnes concerts which tend to be late at night. 

The brochure is in French, but the information is easy to figure out even if you only know a few words.  Important tip:  if you see "gratuit," that means the concert is free.

Bring a blanket and a picnic or buy wine and a sandwich at the park's snack bar, and get ready for a relaxing afternoon and evening enjoying the sunshine, flowers, wandering peacocks, and virtuoso musicians. 

Dates: June 26 - September 4 (to be confirmed)

Getting there:  Bois de Vincennes, located in 12th Arrondissement on the eastern edge of Paris, is easy to reach - just hop on RER A train or Metro Line 1 to the Chateau de Vincennes Metro Station - the park is about a 3-minute walk from the station.

Bonus activities:  Arrive early and stroll through Parc Floral's famous gardens, or explore Bois de Vincennes' other attractions such as its spectacular zoo, Lac Daumesnil (rent a row boat!), the aquarium, and 14th century Château de Vincennes.

Fnac Live Music Festival at Hotel de Ville - Free Concerts

Fnac concert in front of Hôtel de Ville (that's Notre Dame in the background)
Photo courtesy of Olivier Ortelpa
Fnac concert in front of Hôtel de Ville (that's Notre Dame in the background) - Photo courtesy of Olivier Ortelpa

Don't miss three days of free live concerts by 30 artists in front of Hôtel de Ville (Paris's City Hall) from 7:40pm-midnight on June 27 and 6pm-midnight on June 28-29 (to be confirmed) as part of the big Paris Plages (beaches) summer event.  French electronic retail chain Fnac sponsors the concerts, which usually attract around 100,000 fans. 

Location: Place de Hôtel de Ville, in front of the Paris Town Hall and also inside in some of the salons, 4th arrondissement. 
Free, but you must have a ticket.  Usually you can pick them up (maximum 2 per person) starting at noon on the first day of the concert at any Fnac ticket office in Paris and the Ile-de-France - (to be confirmed)
Nearest Metros:
  Châtelet, Cité, Saint-Paul

Paris Air Show - NOT in 2024

Air show at Paris Air Show- French tricolors - Photo credit: AdobeStock/Seabird75
French tricolors - Photo credit: AdobeStock/Seabird75

The massive International Paris Air Show, held during odd-numbered years (2025, 2027, 2029, etc) at Le Bourget Airport just north of Paris, lets you see the latest innovations in civilian and military aircraft - plus futuristic models still in the concept stage.  Spectacular air shows overhead plus numerous other activities and events add to the excitement.

The show next year runs from June 16-22, 2025.  Although the first four days are industry-only, the show opens to everyone on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 

The show usually attracts around 150,000 professional visitors and 200,000 members of the public, making this one of the biggest Paris events of the year and filling up many of the city's hotel rooms.

Paris Air Show Tickets:  €12-17 for floor access, and €29 for a grandstand seat for the air show; children under 7 are free (prices to be confirmed closer to the event dates)

How to Get to the Paris Air Show:  Plenty of free shuttles from metro and RER stations as well as Charles de Gaulle Airport during the show period whisk you to the airport.  Find them at RER B/Le Bourget and Villepinte stations; RER C and Metro (Line 1)/Porte Maillot station; Metro station at Fort d'Aubervilliers (Line 7).  Availability varies, so check the International Paris Air Show's website to get the latest updates.  Le Bourget is only about 3 miles north of Paris, so going by taxi is also affordable.

Many attendees take the Metro or RER out to the show, so book a hotel in Paris in order to enjoy all the restaurants, nightlife, and other attractions.  If this is your plan, use this Paris hotel map from to find accommodations.  Just enter your dates to see availability and lowest rates:

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Paris Insider Tip:  Can't make it to the Air Show?  Visit Le Bourget's Paris Air and Space Museum to see 100+ vintage-through-modern aircraft on display, plus art, models, and cultural items.  Open Tuesday-Sunday.

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