Cultural News

We can suggest several ideas to go out in the capital: temporary exhibitions, concerts, cultural events, religious or sports. Discover the must-see events, as well as practical information (access information, address, rates, discounts, opening hours) to go there during your stay in Paris.

The Paris Marathon 2010

The Paris Marathon 2010 Departure on April 11, 2010
Each spring, the streets of the capital welcome runners of the much-anticipated Paris Marathon. Sunday 11 April 2010, there will be around 40 000 people to pursue the same goal: crossing the finish line after an incredible effort. Come and share the festive atmosphere of this superb race in the heart of the City of Light, as athlete, supporter or simply bear witness.

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Roland Garros : French Tennis Open | Roland Garros stadium

Roland Garros : French Tennis Open May 24th to June 7th
Created more than a century ago, the Internationals of France of Roland Garros are today considered as the the greatest tennis tournament in the world on clay. Set in a relaxed atmosphere and very friendly - it is not uncommon to see players in the aisles of the stadium - Roland Garros organizes as well lots of activities (mini tennis, smash corner, tennis museum) to enjoy the entire family. An unmissable event for all tennis fans !

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The Music Festival

The Music Festival Monday 21 June 2010
Each year on 21 of June the Music Festival takes place in the whole country. Amateur Bands, professionals and famous artists will share their passion for music and give numerous public and free concerts around Paris. You will be able to enjoy every single musical style in a very nice and sunny atmosphere. Certainly not to be missed!

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Crime and Punishment, from Goya to Picasso | Orsay Museum

Crime and Punishment, from Goya to Picasso From March 15th to June 27th 2010
Extreme and fascinating, the Crime and Punishment exhibition is about two century of crime history in literature, painting or music and about the punishment to their authors. Through masterpieces from Goya, Picasso, Cezanne or Magritte, you will discover the artistic representation of crime scene and execution, in a spectacular aesthetic of violence.

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Paul Klee (1879-1940) | Orangerie Museum

Paul Klee (1879-1940) From April 15th to July 19th 2010
Paul Klee is a Swiss painter born in Bern a the end of the 19th century that is often assimilated with the expressionist, surrealist and cubist movement. Major figure of the modern art, his work is characterized by a geometry of subjects and a great lack of objectivity, that will characterize later many artist from the second part of the 19th century. As of 1920, he taught painting at the Bauhaus, the famous German Institute of Arts and Trades, until it was dismantled by the Nazis in 1933.

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Follow the football World Cup in Paris

Follow the football World Cup in Paris From June 11th to July 11th 2010
Football fans can barely wait! The 19th edition of the Football World Cup will start in a few days in South Africa. 64 matches are scheduled and some fans would not miss any of it... even on vacation. Note that in France, many of the matches will be broadcast live on television on TF1, available in each of our apartments. For the other matches or if you prefer the ambiance in a pub to watch your favorite team, here are some pub addresses that will broadcast the matches in a friendly atmosphere.

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Arrival of the Tour de France

Arrival of the Tour de France 25th of July 2010
Annually, in July, the best cyclists meet on the roads of France to compete the Queen ordeal: The Tour de France. The last stage, that happens in Paris, is the occasion for the public to applaud one last time the cyclists, exhausted by 3 weeks of race and 3600 kilometers. The racers will repeatedly take a circuit that goes form the Champs-Elysees to the Louvre Museum, passing by the Place de la Concorde. A real festival for who likes cycling.

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From El Greco to Dali | Jacquemart-Andre Museum

From El Greco to Dali From March 12th to August 1st 2010
In 2010, The Jacquemart-Andre Museum honors Spanish artists. You will be able to discover 50 master pieces of the incredible collection of Perez Simon. At this occasion, several centuries of Spanish Art will be shown including some painting of El greco, Francisco de Goya, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro and Salvadore Dali.

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