The Paris Opera made an important step in the middle of March to put content online for those dealing with the stress and boredom of Coronavirus lockdown. The idea was simple. Every night, at 7:30 pm, viewers could head to their website, or to Culturebox, and watch a performance for free.
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The seriousness of the Covid-19 outbreak in France has resulted in some drastic steps. President Macron has essentially declared war on Coronavirus and placed Paris on a temporary lockdown. It is essential that all those in Paris right now follow the rules for the safety of all involved.
Few of us are in a positive mood right now with the stress and uncertainty of Covid-19 and lockdown. But, if we can change our mindset and look for the positive side, it will be easier to get through this.
On February 14th, you can say “I love you” in a charmingly original way by taking your special one on a romantic date at the Musée Rodin and in the enchanting setting of its gardens. Experience a private Valentine's evening in one of the most romantic places in Paris, in the footsteps of Auguste and Camille...
Valentine’s Day in Paris should be all about spending a special date with the one you love most. But, we all have our own ideas of fun and the best way to make our partners smile. It doesn’t always have to be about romantic cliches if that’s not your thing. Instead of heading to a romantic movie after your dinner date, why not head to a different type of entertaining evening.
For nearly 60 years, the Biennale Paris (formerly the Biennale des Antiquaires) has been a leading focal point for the art, antiques and collectibles market in France. Taking place this year from September 13th to 17th in the magnificent setting of the Grand Palais, the Biennale is a treasure trove of fabulous items presented by professionals of international repute. Book your stay at the Hotel de la Motte Piquet to enjoy this major fair.