Paris Christmas Markets 2019

Paris Christmas Market
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Paris, capital of night life and glitters, cannot be exempt from the celebrations of such a huge event as Christmas. In front of famous monuments like the cathedral of Notredame stand out Christmas trees of remarkable size.

The Champs-Elysée are dressed for the feast with hundreds of lights which embellish the most famous boulevards of the city. Every year the Lafayette Galleries arrange some thematic decorations of the building façade and interiors, with a pompous and suggestive explosion of lights and colours. All shops and streets are decorated with Christmas gifts and Advent calendars.

Champs Elysees Marché de Noel – Mercatino di Natale
17.11.2019 – 06.01.2020 daily 
10.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday from 12:00 to 1:00
sur les Champs Elysees –  Paris

Christmas Markets at La Defense
21.11.- 29.12.2019
11.00 a.m. -8.00 p.m.
Grande Arche de la Defense

You would never expect this from a modern and avant-garde district such as the défense, but the Christmas atmosphere is really contagious, and when the night falls and the lights go off, this austere district transforms into a delightful Christmas Market. The entire area lying under the beautiful crystal and iron arch, which represents the heart of the district, is tinged with magic, and the stands offer every sort of gifts, decorations, ethnic objects, sweets and delicacies. Absolutely to try the sandwiches filled with melt cheese. .The Défense is also a good place to buy some traditional French products.

Christmas at Notre-Dame
14.12. – 23.12.2019

daily from 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
week end from 10.00 a.m. to 900 p.m.

Marché de Noël du Montparnasse
10.12. – 31.12.2019

Centre Commercial du Montparnasse

Close to Tour Eiffel

Marché de Noël du Mail Branly
Dicember 2019 – January 2020

Tour Eiffel

Marché de Noël de Bir Hakeim Mail Branly
Dicember 2019 – January 2020

Tour Eiffel
 

How to get there

By plane
There are three airports in Paris:

  • Charles De Gaulle (north)
  • Orly (south)
  • Beauvais-Tillé (80 km in the north)

By train
Paris is the biggest railway hub in France. The main stations are:

  • Paris Austerlitz
  • Paris Bercy
  • Paris Est
  • Paris Lyon
  • Paris Montparnasse
  • Paris Nord
  • Paris St.Lazare

By car
Paris lies at the crossroads of France road system.
There are three ring roads.
An inner one: Boulevard Périphérique (périph)
Two outer ones: A86 (Périphérique de l’Ile de France), and N 104 (Francilienne).

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