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What to do in Paris this weekend? (March 22 to 24)

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Cultural activities or outdoor events… We have selected the best activities to enjoy Paris this March weekend. From unique trade fairs to exciting exhibitions and sensational shows… Follow our program to experience an unforgettable weekend in the City of Lights!

Where to dine Saturday evening?

For a gourmet stopover towards the Mediterranean, Brasserie Charlie


Located on the picturesque Place Parmentier in Neuilly-sur-Seine, the Charlie Brewery emerges as a gastronomic oasis. Belonging to the prestigious New Guard Group, this neighborhood brasserie offers a culinary experience infused with the art of the bistro. With a special key dedicated to seafood lovers.

Brasserie Charlie honors the bistro tradition by offering a selection of classic french dishes. The essentials like pureed sausage, beef tartare and leek vinaigrette are on the menu. Testifying to the chief's attachment to authentic cuisineand comforting. However, the brewery's true fame lies in its seafood expertise.

Brasserie Charlie – 5 Place Parmentier, Neuilly-sur-Seine

To find out more about this address, read our article: Charlie Brewery: A gourmet stopover in a maritime setting

Which DIY workshop to choose for this weekend?

Create your own plant masterpiece


Under the expert guidance of Nathalie, immerse yourself in the delicate art of creating herbariums using dried flowers. Whether you are a novice or an enlightened amateur. This experience offers a exceptional opportunity to bring your own to life vegetable masterpiece. Nathalie, a true expert on flowers in all their nuances, will be at your side throughout the process. Sharing his valuable advice to help you create a herbarium as unique as you.

The workshop takes place at 49 Rue Saint-Antoine, 75004 Paris

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To find out more about this workshop, see our article: Eternal florality: Create your plant masterpiece

Which exhibition to discover this weekend?

Tutankhamun, the pharaonic immersive experience


From February 3, 2024, Montparnasse Galleries will transform into a captivating space of 3 000 m² to welcome " Tutankhamun, the pharaonic immersive experience“. This fun adventure was designed and directed by the same exhibition team that captivated the public with the exhibitions on Ramses and Tutankhamun at La Villette, promising an experience that is as rich as it is faithful and captivating.


Les Galeries Montparnasse – 22 Rue du Départ, 75015 Paris

Where to party this weekend in Paris?

For a special ode to celebration and cuisine, Chez Gala


Gala, a Mediterranean residence, festive and nostalgic, rises like a temple of celebration. Merging past and present in a psychedelic atmosphere. Inspired by the great receptions of 70s, Gala becomes a culinary oasis. A place where oriental traditions and contemporary extravagance mingle. Highlighting the very essence of Gala: a constant celebration of life, party and freedom.

Chez Gala – 6 Rue Arsène Houssaye, 75008 Paris

To discover this festive restaurant, read: Chez Gala: An ode to celebration, cuisine and freedom

Which spa to book to relax for a weekend?

For an immersive experience of aquatic treatments, the Cléméns Spa 


Nestled in a luxurious and soothing setting, Spa Cléméns embodies excellence in relaxation and body care. It is in a discreet institute, almost hidden on the border of the 6th and 7th arrondissements of Paris, that the establishment offers treatments like no other. 

Indeed, entering the spa means letting yourself be enveloped by an atmosphere of relaxation and serenity. The dim lighting and captivating scents create a cocoon where you can relax and forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

Cléméns Spa – 14 rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris

To find out more about this Spa: The unusual experience of aquatic treatments at Spa Cléméns

Where to brunch this Sunday?

For a super kids friendly brunch, Mocca


Mocca is the meeting festive from the 17th in the evening and families the weekend. Ce fancy restaurant directly established itself as a Mediterranean restaurant lighthouse thanks to its exceptional chef Jean-Baptiste Orieux. And to further delight our taste buds, the restaurant offers a hearty all-you-can-eat brunch for €62 per person, €25 for children and free for children under 5. A service of nanny and animator is available if you want to finish your meal quietly.

Mocca – 10 Place du Marechal June, 75017 Paris

For more Kids Friendly brunch spots, read: Top 7 of the best kids friendly brunches in the capital

Which trendy store to discover this weekend?

For a luxurious experience in the heart of Avenue Montaigne, Burberry

Nestled in number 17 Avenue Montaigne, this new address should thus strengthen the revenue retail of the British House. Installed on 2 floors, this new shopping address was completely imagined by Daniel Lee, artistic director of the House. Moreover, the press release from Burberry insists on the fact that “the new store reflects the new creative vision, put together by Daniel Lee. As for accessories, the bags Knight » from the fall-winter 2023/24 collection and « Rocking Horses » will be presented in a variation of new colors. Something to delight the biggest Fashionistas from Paris !

Burberry – 17-19 Avenue Montaigne, Paris 75008 - +33 1 70 63 56 70

To find out more about this new Parisian address, read: Burberry unveils its new store on Avenue Montaigne

Which play to watch this weekend?

Discover Romeo + Juliet at the Théâtre de Châtelet

Imprisoned against their will in a world that seeks to separate them, two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet, brave all obstacles to be reunited. This masterful version of the timeless story of Romeo and Juliet capture it tumultuous discovery of adolescence and the passion of first love. Unanimously hailed by critics during its first performance in 2019, this show returns to the stage under the aegis of New Adventures, alongside the best dance and theater productions of Matthew Bourne, recognized around the world for their excellence.

Chatelet Theater – 2 Rue Edouard Colonne, 75001 Paris

Come celebrate Easter in the heart of Paris thanks to the Comité du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

As spring colors the Parisian streets with its bright hues and the first flowers burst under the gentle sun, the city of lights prepares to host an emblematic celebration: Easter. This year, the Faubourg Saint-Honoré Committee invites Parisians and visitors from around the world to join an exceptional celebration in the heart of the capital. 

Le Faubourg Saint-Honoré, renowned for its timeless elegance and luxury boutiques, is transformed into a true Easter paradise. Where tradition and innovation blend harmoniously to provide a memorable experience for all who participate.

To learn more about this event, read: Come celebrate Easter in the heart of Paris thanks to the Comité du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

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