Situated in the north of Paris, Montmartre was a village until it became a part of the city in the mid 19th century. Today this district still retains a distinctive character and atmosphere uniquely its own. There are many attractions for the visitor to discover and enjoy, especially at this time of year when Montmartre embraces the Christmas spirit with a boundless and welcoming enthusiasm.
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Le Festival du Merveilleux presents 11 days of shows and magic. This wonderful festival, bringing together the dreamlike atmosphere of the traditional fairground, the flamboyance of the music hall and the enchantment of yesteryear runs from December 26th until January 4th at the Pavillons du Bercy
A city that becomes a vast, magical yuletide grotto adorned with thousands of lights and decorations is certainly something to behold. Christmas in Paris is an enchanting experience and one that you will never forget. So why not enjoy this special time, perhaps with a loved one or your entire family, by booking a stay amidst the splendor?
Impressionism was born in Paris. This late 19th century art movement developed amongst a group of artists, including Claude Monet and Pierre-August Renoir, who were based in the capital. So it is entirely appropriate that Paris should host two fascinating exhibitions relating to the history and study of Impressionism with the Luxembourg Museum and the Musée Marmottan Monet.