Here are the amazing things you can do in Paris in October

Mis à jour : 5 oct 2018


In October 2018, Paris becomes the world capital of art with the FIAC, the International Fair of Contemporary Art and Nuit Blanche, a great night dedicated to contemporary art in all the streets.

And October brings another favorite annual event: the Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre.






La Nuit Blanche 2018 à Paris et en Ile de France






Grape Harvest Festival in Montmartre (Fête des Vendanges)

from 10 October 2018 to 14 October 2018

Parvis du Sacré-Coeur - 75018 Paris


Famous for its white-domed basilica of Sacré-Cœur, the Butte Montmartre is also reputed for its vines. More than 40 bars and restaurants in the 18th arrondissement take part in this event that attracts more and more visitors. There are lots of special activities for everyone, including tastings of artisanal and regional products, dances, walks, talks, concerts, visits, exhibitions, etc.





Les Journées Particulières

is an unmissable event for lovers of French savoir-faire and luxury.

From Paris to San Francisco, from Rome to Shanghai, from the Nappa Valley to the vineyards of the Champagne region. This 4th edition of the Journées Particulières takes you behind the scenes at some exceptional heritage venues.









Picasso Circus, during a week-end, Orsay Museum will be transformed into a circus for 2 days from October 13 to 14, 2018

– Picasso Circus, a joyous weekend for all the family with circus workshops, and performances by acrobats and dancers in the nave, and

– the exhibition will be open non-stop for 24 hours starting 9.30am on 13th October!


By the way, do you know that The Musée d’Orsay in Paris has been voted the world’s best museum?






From October 18 to 21, 2018, FIAC is back in Paris! For four days, Paris will live at the time of contemporary art. For this 45th edition, FIAC will take over the Grand Palais, the

Tuileries Gardens, the Place Vendôme and the Petit Palais. Here are all the tips!








At a Nostalgic Paris Restaurant, Food Takes a Back Seat to Fun


Bouillon Pigalle sticks to the spirit of the original bouillon concept: hearty, simple and inexpensive dishes served in a warm atmosphere.

They serve regular French cuisine at a fair price with friendly staff and the flavour is what attracts all the customers as you have to stand in line to get a table. Bouillon Pigalle 22 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris







Going to Paris in October – must visit this bakery!




https://www.davidlebovitz.com/le-petit-grain-paris-bakery-pastry-boulangerie-patisserie/













Did you know that the car free day in Paris was on 16 September 2018 this year?

The Car Free Day is a unique opportunity to discover or re-discover Paris! Next year, take advantage of a whole new area in which to get around in peace and tranquillity throughout the day. As regards getting around the capital on business, travel within, from, and to the restricted zone by motorized vehicle is prohibited between 11am and 6pm.





Paris is an amazing city for a stroll, but some streets simply stand out more than the others. From charming walkways to extravagant roads - here are ten that you should really prioritize (cf thelocal.fr)





https://www.thelocal.fr/20150526/paris-ten-unforgettable-streets-to-walk-down







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