If your main intention is excellent weather with a variety of different activities, choose June to August as the best time to visit Paris. Summer is perfect to walk along La Coulée Verte and relax on the beaches on the Seine banks. However, the city usually gets overcrowded with inflated hotel prices in summer. So here you go, autumn—affordable rates, Paris Fashion Week (crowded again), beautiful foliage, and shorter queues at the main city attractions. If your trip drops between November and February, pack warm rainwear with you as the city is the rainiest during this period. Known for the same rain and mist, spring in Paris can be also dynamic and beautiful as it welcomes Marathon de Paris and offers a promenade among blooming abandoned railway.
Whether you are a keen museum goer or not, the world's finest art is worth exploring!
Parisian parks and gardens are beautiful at any time of the year but in autumn they become especially charming and poetic
A true capital of flea markets offers countless beautiful trinkets from all historical eras
One of the world's coolest fashion parties!
This burial ground charms not only with graves of famous people but also its exceptional coziness
The city of love, the city of lights, and the city of the dead—the Paris Catacombs hold 6 million skeletons
Known for its white cliffs and beaches strewn with rocks, Étretat attracts both tourists and world-famous artists
Check out some of your favourite characters and attractions at Disneyland Paris
This world tourist magnet draws over 7 million visitors yearly
Get a sense of royal lifestyle in the residence of the Kings of French Monarchy
Would you believe that a piece of the countryside could be concealed right in downtown Paris?
Some of the best of French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art is collected at one neat place on Seine's left bank
Check out the city's best amusement parks or take a special cruise on Seine
Icons of Paris provide some of the world's most romantic settings for a picnic
The longest day and the shortest night of the year shouldn't just silently pass by. Do like the Parisians—party all night long!
A biannual natural phenomenon that was not planned by the architect of the monument
Visit world-famous Parisian museums when they offer free admission!
This huge department store amazes with its architecture, fashion shows, and city panoramas which open from the rooftop terrace
Christmas time in Paris is adorable for a number of reasons, yet the most delightful part is the festive dinner on Christmas Eve
It's not just about running beside world-famous monuments—music, cheese, and wine tasting wait en route too
When it's cold and windy outside find a beautiful and cozy old passage and have a cup of tea or shop for souvenirs
The military parade held in Paris's main avenue proves to be the largest one in Europe
This densely flowered railway is an ideal refuge from all the urban fuss, and one of the most romantic walking ways in Paris
Get into the holiday spirit surrounded by famous landmarks
Only in Paris can one skate 60 metres above ground at the Eiffel Tower
An opportunity to discover some of world's best contemporary art in the heart of Paris
When sand is brought onto the asphalt, lounge chairs, umbrellas, and cool showers are placed atop and downtown turns into a beach
Discover one of the largest events dedicated to the space and air industry
The green oasis in the middle of the city provides a great escape from a hot summer day
Spring is in the air when thousands of pink buds cover cherry trees
This iconic basilica is a hundred times more charming when lit at night, and Paris itself seems more beautiful when observed from above
The most awaited event for gamers and developers
The most prestigious clay court tennis championship of the world
The unique global all-night art festival originated in Paris