Most of the popular tourist attractions in Paris suddenly seem empty during the first week of September. The streets of the city will be filled with a contagious surge of energy, as Parisians get back to school or business after enjoying the hot summer days. However, the City of Lights will still be hosting plenty of events, shows, exhibits, and film festivals to keep tourists busy and entertained.
If you are planning to go on a Paris walking tours to enjoy the city to its fullest and to admire its breathtaking beauty, schedule your visit in the fall, as Paris looks stunning, breathtaking, and romantic during the fall season. If you are wondering what to do in Paris during the fall, below are a few events that will make your Paris city tour a lot more memorable.
Paris Fashion Week
It is hard to imagine a Parisian September without the Paris Fashion Week. More than thousands of tourists from all over the world come to Paris during the fall just to attend this event. You can find hundreds of men and women strolling through the streets of the city in magazine-worthy ensembles. In addition to that, famous designers like Comme des Garçons, Saint Laurent, and Christian Dior will also be revealing their upcoming collections in Paris Fashion Week 2017. So, try not to miss it.
Paris Design Week
The popular Paris Design Week offers an opportunity for emerging and young designers to show off their talent. The event is organized in more than 180 venues all over the city and it includes some of the premier exhibition spaces in the city such as cultural institutes, museums, and art galleries. In addition to that, even hotels, restaurants, and concept stores in Paris are venues to the event. The events will begin on September 8 and will be open until September 16, 2017.
Fête De La Gastronomie
The Fête De La Gastronomie will be an absolute treat for tourists who dream of the gooey Camembert and flaky French baguettes in the city of Paris. Enjoy the French culinary heritage to its fullest with food markets, tasting sessions, aperitifs, workshops, and lot more. Make sure to check out the booths that sell fresh oysters, meats, and cheese before ending your Paris walking tours.