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What to do in Paris this weekend? (March 17-19)

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The weekend is fast approaching. Only a few more hours of work and you can finally enjoy your freedom. And this weekend you are going to be spoiled! Between museum reopening and concerts for Saint Patrick's Day, there is something for everyone! 


Betting on the right horse at Saut Hermès

Le Hermes jump come back for her thirteenth edition. It is inside the Grand Palais Ephémère that professional riders under 25 will face each other duringe 10 perilous trials. In addition to being able to encourage the athletes at the top of the bleachers, you can also admire a unique equestrian show. Outside, on the Champs de Mars, it is possible to watch the riders and their mounts relax on the paddock adjoining the stables. On the other side of the central aisle you can participate in several equestrian and fun activities!

The ticket office is available here.


Dress in green for Saint Patrick's Day

From March 17 to 19, the capital celebrates Saint Patrick. Several opportunities are available to you. You can feast in many Irish bars with good lagers. Among them are the Temple Rock Tavern (31 rue des Lombards, Paris 1st), Corcoran's (23 boulevard Poissonnière, Paris 2nd) or the Celtic Corner Pub (88 rue de la Croix Nivert, Paris 15th). Alternatively, you can celebrate St Patrick's Festival at Irish Cultural Center. On site: concerts, crazy shows, screenings, make-up and coloring workshops. So dress accordingly with a little touch of green and come celebrate the Irish National Day!

5 Rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris


Discover the works of the Bourdelle Museum

Finally ! The doors of the Bourdelle Museum reopen their doors after more than two years of work. The perfect opportunity to (re)discover the works and sculptures of the artist Antoine Bourdelle. Nestled in an alley near the Montparnasse district, you can stroll between the works of the permanent collections and the sumptuous winter garden, but above all have a drink in the museum's brand new café-restaurant. It is in the former apartment of Rhodia Dufet-Bourdelle, the sculptor's daughter, and in a typical decor of the 50s that you can relax with a cool drink.

To plan a visit, it's here.


Treat yourself to a moment of sweetness at the Hôtel Pont Royal

It is at the Signature Bar of the Hotel Pont Royal, located in the heart of Saint-Germain-Des-Prés that you can relax with the " sweet break », offered from Friday to Sunday from 15 p.m. A gourmet break not to be missed for all gourmets in search of comfort. Imagined by Carl Marletti, the new sweet menu will not fail to seduce you. This renowned pastry chef offers original and tasty creations that will delight the taste buds of the most demanding. It's in a warm and intimate atmosphere of the place that seduces visitors that you can relax and take the time to taste generous pastries accompanied by hot drinks, cocktails or a glass of champagne.  

5 rue de Montalembert, 75007 Paris 


Shop the chic and Parisian tableware of Marin Montagut

Take advantage of the weekend to discover THE decoration collaboration for this spring.

The artist Marin Montagut, particularly known for his creations inspired by the world of travel, nature and French art of living, offers us a new collection with the most Parisian of cafés: Le Café de Flore. For this collaborationn ultra limited edition, the artist reinvents coffee tableware and installs his trompe l'oeil art on table mats, scarves or trays. The breakfast services are recreated in porcelain and are dressed in watercolor line, artist's signature. Each of the pieces is worked with precision to offer you the most pleasant and aesthetic snack every morning! 

 48 Rue Madame, 75006 Paris


Set sail with the Vedettes de Paris

Want to take off ? It is also possible in Paris. You can book a cruise with the Vedettes de Paris boats. You can now organize your aperitif cruise with friends or with family. In the program ? Drinks, tailor-made playlist, boarding at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. You can even take advantage of the 300 square meters of space at the Quai des Vedettes de Paris to drink one (or more) cocktails while listening to jazzy music.
To book, it's just here.


Do a good deed by tasting macaroons
Pierre Hermé

Ce Monday 20 MarchIs the macaroon day. And whoever says macaron necessarily says Pierre Hermé. For the occasion, the house of Pierre Hermé is committed with the association Princess Margot. Thus 10% of all sales made on March 20 will be donated to this association intended for children with serious illnesses. Combining pleasure and solidarity, Pierre Hermé has dedicated one of his macaroons for the occasion, in the colors of the association: The Envie macaroon (Vanilla, Violet & Blackcurrant confit). To find out, see you on Monday! 

72 rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris


Journalists: Noémie Sadoun, Ewa Boulard

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