During the summer, Paris is transformed into a seaside resort and hosts the rendezvous Paris Plage (18 July - 30 August 2020). In the Parc Rive Seine, deckchairs and palm trees take over the quays so that you can relax as if you were on a beach by the water. Numerous activities are proposed to adults and children alike, while respecting social distancing and barrier gestures.


During the summer, go back in time and discover Lutetia 3000 years of Stories, a 360° sound and light show where you dive into Lutetia in the time of the Gauls and the Paris of Louis XIV or Napoleon! A grandiose creation by Bruno Seillier in the Cour des Invalides, Lutèce is a true immersive experience.

And to prolong the pleasure, the church of the Dome is unveiled in a night walk with a thousand candles, the opportunity to discover the tomb of Napoleon 1st and other military personalities who marked the History of France under a new look.


Since 1990, the Paris l'été festival has been offering outdoor activities in Paris and a dozen other cities in the Ile-de-France region. During this major event, everyone can attend dance shows, plays, concerts and circus performances at monuments, parks and sometimes indoors. In all, more than 70 free or paid performances in around thirty different venues.

A summer rendezvous not to be missed!

The Eiffel Tower opens a summer terrace 57 meters above the ground

The Eiffel Tower has opened a summer terrace where visitors can relax 57 meters above the ground, listen and dance to music while enjoying a breathtaking view of the French capital. The terrace and its outdoor bar on the first floor of the Parisian monument are open until August 28th, with DJs spinning electronic beats every Thursday and Friday from 7pm to 10pm. He held his first party on 9 July

Tour de France: finish of the 21st and last stage

This is the moment that all cycling enthusiasts eagerly await, the last stage of the Tour de France and its arrival on the most beautiful avenue in the world. After more than three weeks of racing, the riders can finally take a breather and celebrate the yellow jersey. From the Concorde to the Champs-Élysées, with the Quai des Tuileries, you can cheer the riders on the course several times. Although traditionally this is a sprinter's event, the sprinters will try to outwit the predictions. One thing is certain, the yellow jersey is guaranteed to remain on the shoulders of the Tour leader who will be able to celebrate his title on the Champs-Elysées after crossing the finish line of the Tour de France.

It's the sales in Paris!

Want to do some good business? The summer sales are yours (from July 15 to August 11, 2020). On the program, discounts of up to 70% for four weeks. Everything must go!