Four Annual Events you Must Not Miss This Fall Season

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The fall season is from September third-week to December third-week in Paris. Seeing the fall foliage itself will make your Paris walking tour memorable. However, many annual events take place this time of the year, so you may want to be outdoors to attend them.

Paris Fashion Week

The world’s fashion models, stylists, influencers and editors will arrive in Paris for the main runway shows, which will reveal women’s clothing looks for 2020 spring or summer. The Paris Fashion Week will run until October 01, 2019. Although access will be extremely exclusive, the fun will seep out into town. You will come across creative displays in stores, many celebrities, and brilliant programs in department stores. Visit the popular French fashion brands because their clothing stores will be full of glamour.

Nuit Blanche

This is an all-nighter of light, music and art held once every year in Paris. The free festival will encourage you to explore the French capital over the course of one night. For that time, Paris will come to life with illuminated architecture, contemporary art, street projections, installations, museum programs and performances. Immerse yourself in this world for some hours or stay back outdoors throughout the night. You will not have a dull moment, because there will be citywide action from 07:00 pm October 05 to 07:00 am October 06, and public transport accessible all hours.

The Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival

Wine lovers will head to the Fête des vendanges de Montmartre, from October 09 to 13, 2019. Home to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, the top of the Montmartre hill once hosted several vines. In this five-day-long festival, visit the vineyard named “Clos Montmartre” or enjoy tastings, exhibitions, free concerts, and dances. You must sample artisanal produce at restaurants, bars and pop-up stalls, and party at the event closing ball site.

Salon du Chocolat

Lovers of sweets will not want to miss this world’s biggest trade fair of cocoa and chocolate. It will run from 30 October to 03 November 2019. The festival venue will attract hundreds of participants from around the globe. Enjoy a fair of Christmas treats, Japanese specialties, live chef demos, cultural performances from producers of coca, workshops and more. New for the 2019 edition is a space devoted to pastry items with a tasting room. Attend fashion shows to be held daily at 05:00 pm that will feature chocolate dresses.