Visit Paris: Things To Do in September in Paris

Visit Paris: Things To Do in September in Paris

September visitors have the chance to experience the real Parisian atmosphere. The weather is still good and everyone is back from holidays. Here is a list of things to do in September in Paris.

Journees du Patrimoine (European Heritage Days)

Every year on the third weekend of September, many monuments, buildings, city halls and other private locations open to the public in France and Paris. It’s a rare opportunity to get inside some of Paris’ most beautiful and historical places that are usually closed to the public, such as the Élysée Palace. More information :

The Autumn Festival

For 2016, the Paris Festival d’Automne celebrate the beginning of the autumn season with events highlighting contemporary visual art, cinema, theater, music and more.

Jazz à la Villette

Jazz lovers will enjoy the Jazz à la Villette Festival hosting the best in contemporary and experimental jazz. Jazz à La Villette is also a good idea for families because it’s now including a kids’ version of the festival ‘Jazz à la Villette for Kids’.

Paris Design Week

For one week in September,  Paris celebrates the latest trends and styles for the home, kitchen. More than a hundred designers from around the world come to Paris to show their latest creations. More information :

Fête de la Gastronomie

For three whole days, Paris celebrates French culinary heritage with tasting sessions, workshops, dinners, food markets held around the city. A good way to discover real French cooking.

Techno Parade

Techno Parade is an international event dedicated to the electronic music. The parade features DJs, record labels, radio stations and music lovers, filling the streets of Paris with the sounds of electronic music and turning them into a big dance scene.

Fête des Jardins

La Fête des Jardins held events happening around Paris’ famous public gardens (Luxembourg Gardens, the Tuileries, the Jardin des Plantes…) like walks, workshops and many other events.

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