What to do in Paris in March
Even now, Europe’s most coveted destination remains Paris. The enchantment that associated with the name itself is enough to draw in people from across the world. And most go back a deep sense of satisfaction of having lived their dream. It remains to the day the epitome of mysticism, romance and culture. If you are planning to travel in March, Paris offers a basketful of events for you from music, fashion to arts, you will surely ‘adorer Paris’.
It is a famous jazz festival and much more. This annual festival brings in the big names from the industry to come and celebrate music in Paris’ Seine-St-Denis suburb. Performances by jazz and blues artists are scattered across the area throughout the month. You might find yourselves at theatres and cultural centres you have never been before and realise that good music really has the power to take you to unexpected places!
High Tea with High Fashion
The first Saturday of March, Paris’s Le Bristol palace hotel opens up its doors for the fashionistas and the gourmets alike. Located at the heart of rue du Faubourg St Honoré, one of Paris’ greatest shopping streets, the Le Bristol is the legendary hotel with a bar visited by the cream of plush society from across the world. Enjoy a luxurious fashion show hosted by a famous Parisian designer complimented with a dessert custom made in honour of the designer by the hotel’s famous pastry chef.
This festival marks a celebration for all forms of art. Hosted Pompidou Centre in Paris this festival is slated to last three weeks and is going to be an extraordinary spectacle of art. The Pompidou Centre boasts of a rich diversity of artistic intentions, so it takes the initiative to showcase artists across different forms of art in this ‘nouveau’ or new kind of festival. You get a fill for all artistic appetite in this Festival including cinema, theatre, music, visual arts and performance features conducted by the most talented artists in each genre.
Printemps du Cinéma
The month of March is a time to rejoice in Paris. For instance, all movie buffs can now enjoy movies at the lowest rates in all cinemas across France. Printemps du Cinéma is organised by the National Federation of Cinema and allows you to watch movies across the city for as little as $3.50. You can now enjoy a vast variety of movies at exceptional rates and better yet these screenings are open for all.
If you have a vacation planned in March for Paris, these are just the appetizers that are being served, as Paris’s platter is always full for its visitors!