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Must-see places for July 14, 2019 in Paris

Posted on July 8, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

Looking for a place to go for July 14th in Paris? What activities and places to go for the French national holiday? Paris City Vision offers you a complete schedule to prepare your weekend this year: fireworks, military parade, public balls and concerts… Discover the capital’s must-attend events on July 14, 2019. History of July 14: French National holiday The French national holiday commemorates the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 by the French people. The Bastille was until then a fortress where the king held many men prisoner. As a true symbol of arbitrary justice, just like […]

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Rivers and canals: waterways in and around Paris

Posted on June 26, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

The Seine-et-Marne department is crossed by many waterways from both sides of the Paris region. This is undoubtedly in part what gives the city of Paris all its charm and legendary romanticism. Discover the places to visit, walks and activities to do along these rivers that have inspired many painters… Walks along the water in and around Paris The Seine, the mythical river of the Paris region, flows through the city of Paris to the pleasure of passers-by who are delighted to take advantage of the soothing setting to wander around. There are many possible walks along the banks of […]

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Fête de la musique 2019

Posted on June 5, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

Every year, on June 21st, the Fête de la musique is the occasion for a friendly and festive meeting around music. Jazz, Rock, Classical, Rap… All musical genres are in the spotlight. History of the fête de la musique The fête de la musique was created in France in 1982 by Jack Lang, then Minister of Culture. The project was developed with the aim of promoting and democratizing the art of music. With the slogan: “Faites de la musique, fête de la musique” (Make music, music festival), the friendly and festive atmosphere of this evening naturally spreads in the minds […]

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Women’s Football World Cup 2019: the 8th edition

Posted on May 29, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

This year, the women’s football world cup will take place in France. The first match will be played at the Parc des Princes in Paris between the teams of France and of the Republic of South Korea. History of the Women’s World Cup The Women’s World Cup is an international competition that takes place every four years. Organized by FIFA (International Federation of Association Football in English), it is the female equivalent of the highly celebrated Men’s World Cup. The very first edition of the women’s competition was held in China in 1991. For the first time, FIFA has decided […]

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Roland Garros 2019: the 118th edition of the clay court tournament

Posted on May 17, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)
Roland Garros 2019

Roland Garros: The Grand Slam tennis tournament hosts prestigious athletes every year for three weeks of intense competition on clay. Roland Garros: History of a prestigious tournament Roland Garros is a famous clay tennis tournament created in 1925. The latest Grand Slam tournament alongside the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open, Roland Garros is held every year in the stadium of the same name in Paris. This sport has a great success amongst the French public, but also abroad, thus participating in the media coverage of the event. This competition has also been called Internationaux de France since 1925, […]

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Notre Dame de Paris: restoration after the fire?

Posted on April 17, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

A terrible fire just consumed Notre-Dame-de-Paris, one of the most prestigious historical monuments in the world and symbol of the French heritage. Let’s go back again onto what tragically happened that night and let’s hope together to see intact the Towers and Spire rise in the Parisian sky again. Notre Dame cathedral, an exceptional medieval monument The emotion after the fire is still tremendous all around the globe. The historical, architectural and symbolic value of Notre Dame is unique, and this terrible night marked the loss of an irreplaceable legacy.   The cathedral is one of the most successful examples of […]

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The 10 Best Private Tours in Paris are here

Posted on March 21, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

The 10 best private tours in Paris with a local guide Localers offers a top selection of private tours in Paris and bespoke experiences designed by our team of local fabulous guides to take your Paris trip to the next level. Our unequaled community of guides, each with their own personality and expertise, will show you the true Paris by pointing out details you’ll never notice on your own. What better way to see Paris than with its own history addicts, inspired writers, expert fashionistas, and top photographer? From fashion to food, art to architecture, museums to marketplaces — there […]

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Tribute to Leonardo da Vinci 500 years later

Posted on February 27, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

Even 500 years after his death, people are still talking about Leonardo da Vinci! Numerous events about the anniversary of his death are getting planned, to pay tribute to this timeless genius who has been living in Italy and spent his last years in France… Events in the places that have marked his life Exhibition at the Louvre Museum The teams of the Louvre Museum needed 10 years of work to bring together the “Leonardo da Vinci” exhibition, which will be presented for the 500th anniversary of his death. The exhibition, which is certainly the most eagerly-awaited of 2019, will […]

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Photo spots: the best places to shoot Paris!

Posted on February 21, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

The beautiful architecture and the charm of the French capital are so blindingly obvious that there are so many places you want to photograph when you visit Paris. However, other discreet places of Paris are worth the photographers’ attention. PARISCityVISION prepared for you a list of not-to-be-missed flagship places in Paris to photograph: Duperré basketball field Crémieux Street Dénoyez Street The façades of the Canal Saint-Martin Rapp Square Bir Hakeim bridge Alexandre III bridge Opéra Garnier Parc de Sceaux The spots for colorful pictures! Visiting Paris is a great opportunity to take gorgeous pictures in the places that the influencers […]

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75th anniversary of the D-Day landings and the battle of Normandy in 2019!

Posted on February 15, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

In the early morning of June 6th, 1944, an unprecedented watershed that marked history evermore took place on the beaches codenamed Omaha, Utah and Juno Beach, which cover the wide area of the Norman coastline. Indeed, at least 130 000 allies landed in Normandy on that day, symbolizing the beginning of the Liberation of Europe that had been under German occupation until then. Americans, Canadians, as well as British soldiers and even the 177 French soldiers of the Kieffer commando were called to fight against the invaders. Next June 6th will be the opportunity to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the […]

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