Celebrate Christmas and New Year in Paris
Celebrating the New Year in France is the chance to spend an unforgettable moment. Paris, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, provides a romantic and spectacular setting that is even more impressive during the end of the year celebrations. Numerous monuments are often cloaked in snow and covered in lights during this festive period, creating an undeniable Parisian charm.
If you’re lucky enough to stay in Paris during Christmas holidays, extending your stay until New Year’s Day would be the opportunity to admire the City of Lights at its most beautiful. You could spend a memorable night out on New Year’s Eve before enjoying the first day in 2021 in the world’s most famous capital.
However you decide to spend your evening -- a flute of champagne in hand, dancing, a boat cruise on the Seine, or a candlelit dinner at the Eiffel Tower -- Paris is without a doubt the ideal destination to bid adieu to 2020 and welcome in 2021.
In various neighborhoods, department stores put up Christmas lights, decorations and window displays that lend a certain magical quality to the city. The most beautiful avenue, the Champs Elysées, is a prerequisite visit for anyone wanting to soak up the festivities. The avenue is decked out in stunning Christmas decorations and is home to a typical French Christmas market.
In light of these end of year celebrations, countless evenings out are proposed in France and in Paris. Special dinners are created and organized to celebrate the New Year in typical, popular Parisian brasseries, in romantic restaurants, or in dinner-dance halls.
You can also choose to spend a magical time at Vaux le Vicomte, just next to Paris, where we’ll take you to discover the château and its gardens adorned in lights, a truly royal decoration that’ll make your day an unforgettable one.
This is why visiting Paris in December is a must-see. Not only will you be able to admire the magical Christmas decorations that border the banks of the Seine and the streets of Parisian neighborhoods but you’ll also be able to admire the city’s grand monuments whose holiday lights accentuate their architecture.
PARISCityVISION also proposes a panoramic bus tour, a fantastic way to check out the Opéra and its neighborhood, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, among other sites. Celebrate New Year by treating yourself to a gastronomic dinner in one of Paris’s typical neighborhoods or on the Seine. You can then bring in the New Year by dancing the night away to the beats of a DJ until the first dawn of 2021!
If you are in Paris on October 31st, take this opportunity to celebrate Halloween in Paris with your family or friends.