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What can you do in November in Paris?

Categories : OUT - in Paris, published on : 10/5/19

Are you putting off booking an autumn break at the Hotel Monte Cristo because you’re not sure what there is to do in Paris at this time of year? November is often regarded as a depressing month with its grey and chilly days, but you can bring plenty of good cheer to your November with a stay in our beautiful city. Here are some ideas to prove that November in Paris can be just as exciting as any other month!


November in Paris; exhibitions and trade fairs

Let’s start with some warm indoor attractions such as the wonderful exhibitions available this autumn in Paris. From the exceptional exhibition devoted to Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre to the digital wonders of Van Gogh at the Atelier des Lumières and the New World of Charlotte Perriand at the Fondation Vuitton, there’s something for everyone. As for trade fairs, Paris Photo (photography), Puces du Design (antiques and creative arts), Salon du Chocolat (yum!) and the Grand Tasting (wine) await you.


Let’s venture outside...

If the weather is reasonable, many outdoor activities are possible in Paris in November. You can take your family to the Jardin d'Acclimatation amusement park to try out its new attractions and Prehistoric Safari. To get into the Christmas spirit, you can enjoy the festive illuminations that light up the capital from November 14th. In Bercy Village, on the elegant Avenue Montaigne or in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Christmas is already here. Take advantage of this and get your Christmas shopping done in advance before it all becomes a bit too busy.

Your Hotel Monte Cristo invites you to enjoy Paris in a thousand ways this November. And we’ve only scratched the surface. We could also tell you about the celebration of the Beaujolais Nouveau, movie screenings at the Grand Rex cinema or the thrills of the Manoir de Paris immersive haunted house experience...



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