The Dôme des Invalides, inaugurated by Louis XIV in 1706, is the stage for an immersive experience to discover it in a new light. This weekend in Paris and Île-de-France, the weather will be dry but not too warm. There is no reason to stay indoors, especially when Actu Paris has plenty of ideas for you if you’re still unsure of what to do. From the Techno Parade celebrating its 25th anniversary to experiencing the Dôme des Invalides in a new way, or exploring street art in the heart of Paris, there’s something for everyone.
The Techno Parade makes its return to the streets of Paris this weekend for its 25th anniversary. Teufeurs will gather at Place de la Bastille on Saturday, September 23, 2023 for the event.
The Dôme des Invalides, inaugurated by Louis XIV in 1706, is the stage for an immersive experience to discover it in a new light.
Rero merges the codes of classical art with street art and establishes its presence in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré neighborhood in Paris with an open-air exhibition.
We tested Batman Escape Paris, the immersive experience centered around the Joker and the Dark Knight. It’s the first of its kind in France, located in Boom Boom Villette for a fully immersive journey to Gotham City.
Harry Potter fans can dive into the world of wizards at the immersive and interactive exhibition dedicated to the saga at Paris Expo. Actu Paris had the chance to visit and explore.
The Fête à Neuneu fair celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2023 at Bois de Boulogne. It’s an opportunity for both young and old to enjoy numerous attractions in this beautiful setting.
For those looking for outings and walks in Île-de-France, the Brialy estate near Meaux offers an intimate look into the life of actor Jean-Claude Brialy now open to the public.
This stunning hiking trail between Paris and Versailles will leave you in awe. From Parc de Saint-Cloud to the étangs de Corot, this nature hike is a must-do.
Just an hour away from Paris, this forest hike takes you to a magical place. Explore the enchanting forest of Fontainebleau and discover its wonders and fantasies.
Just an hour away from Paris, this magnificent walk offers exceptional landscapes within reach of a Pass Navigo. The “Points de vue” trail in Fontainebleau Forest provides unique panoramas. It’s a walk to do at least once in a lifetime near the capital.
Just an hour away from Paris, the bucolic village of Saint-Cyr-sur-Morin nestled in the Two Morin Valley in Seine-et-Marne has a rich heritage waiting to be discovered.
Just an hour away from Paris, the picturesque “oasis” of Domaine de Méréville in Essonne features a one-of-a-kind park. It’s an originality worth exploring only about an hour away from the capital.
Current exhibitions include “Amedeo Modigliani. Un peintre et son marchand” at L’Orangerie until January 15, 2024; “Nicolas de Staël” at the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris until January 21, 2024; “Elliott Erwitt: A Retrospective” at the Musée Maillol until September 24, 2023; and “Corps à corps” at the Centre Georges Pompidou until March 25, 2024.
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