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The Weather in Paris
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 33° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Enjoy the City of Light with a Paris Vacation Rental
The effervescent city of Paris has been home to philosophers, artists and musicians for centuries. Set upon the glistening waters of the Seine, the City of Light has long been associated with outstanding fashion, food, wine, architecture, and design. There's something for everyone here so book a Paris vacation rental and discover the city for yourself.
Getting to Paris
You can arrive in Paris via one of three international airports, namely Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Orly International Airport and Aéroport de Beauvais Tillé. Charles de Gaulle is the most popular, and is well connected to Paris by the RER train. Look for the RER B train line or signs stating 'All trains go to Paris'.
Air France buses, the Roissy buses and Easy Bus are popular choices for those looking to save a little money, while limousines and private taxi services will get you to your Paris vacation rental in style.
The Weather in Paris
Paris attracts visitors all-year around, and there is not really a 'best time' to visit. July and August can be very hot and this is usually when international visitors arrive, while Parisians flee the city. Book your Paris vacation home well in advance, if planning a visit during summer.
September and October tend to be cooler and quieter, which is perfect for more leisurely sightseeing, whilst winter temperatures can drop to below zero. However, the Christmas lights and markets more than make up for it. November through February can be chilly and rainy, while April to June is a pleasant period.
Food and Drink
The 'capital of gastronomy' pleases all tastes and budgets, offering everything from Michelin star establishments, to brasseries, bistros, patisseries and the ubiquitous food stands selling shawarma, fries and hot dogs. When it comes to sidewalk café culture, Paris cannot be beaten.
World cuisine is abundant in Paris, as can be seen by the many Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Lebanese, Indian, Pakistani, Mediterranean and Moroccan restaurants. For a romantic meal, consider the Jules Verne restaurant that sits grandly atop the Eiffel Tower. Other fine dining options include La Grande Cascade in the Bois de Boulogne, and Chez Georges, a brasserie that opened in 1926. Or, bring your Parisian sojourn to a close with a dinner cruise on the Seine.
Art in Paris
Art and history aficianados should consider buying the Paris Museum Pass, which allows access and queue jumping to over 70 museums and important monuments such as the Palace of Versailles. The Musée Louvre should not be missed, whilst the Musée D'Orsay, Rodin Museum, Picasso Museum, Musée des Arts Decoratifs and Musée de l'Orangerie also house timeless works of art.
For contemporary art, the Center Pompidou cannot be topped. Once likened to a Loch Ness monster for its bold and eccentric design, today it is a popular outpost for modern paintings, sculptures, video arts, events and more.
A visit to the Catacombs, Montmartre, Le Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower and a cruise down the Seine are all other great options for taking in the city's intoxicating culture.
Nightlife in Paris
Parisian bars and clubs are an experience in and of themselves, reflecting the wider atmosphere of the city. Head to the Quartier Latin Odeon for a nouvelle vague experience. Chatelet has the jazz clubs while Oberkampf-Ménilmontant is frequented by the bobos, or bohemian bourgeoisie. The gay bars around the Marais are popular too.
The Saint Germain des Pres district is where the rich and famous play after dark, while the area around Montmartre is perfect for cabaret. At the end of an exciting night out, you'll be glad to head back to your comfortable Paris vacation home for some much-needed rest.
Paris is an intensely cultural city. After the Reveillon, or New Year's Eve, celebrations have died down, it's time for the Chinese New Year celebrations in February. The Salon International de l'Agriculture offers a chance to sample France's finest produce, including cheese, wine and various delicacies, some of which are even imported from overseas territories. Bring home goodies to feast on in your Paris vacation rental.
The world-famous Spring Fashion Week takes place in March followed by the French Open Tennis championships at Rolland Garros in May. Celebrate the summer solstice with Fete de la Musique as bands play all night long. This is followed by Gay Pride at the end of June, and then the Fete Nationale on July 14th, when the city erupts in a startling display of pyrotechnics. The summer months feature the Tour de France, Rock en Seine and then Fashion Week in October. The year closes with various Christmas celebrations, which the French take very seriously.
Book a Paris vacation rental and let the City of Light reveal its charming boulevards, haute couture and gastronomic delights.
Paris: Fall in love with the 'City of Lights'
Arc de Triomphe
Situated at the end of the Champs-Élysées, the iconic Arc de Triomphe is at the junction of 12 of Paris' most important streets. It commemorates those who died in the Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, and can be climbed by visitors for delightful views.
Built in the 17th Century, these beautiful gardens cover a 23 hectare area. With pristine lawns and an elegant palace located in the middle, it's the perfect location for a leisurely picnic.
Notre Dame Cathedral
This Paris gem, located on the Île de la Cité, is a stunning example of French Gothic architecture.
Truly world-class, the Louvre houses an array of timeless artworks, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.
Standing proudly in the Paris skyline, the Eiffel Tower offers panoramic views from its 3 viewing platforms and multiple restaurants. Originally a communications tower, today it is a symbol of romance.
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