A real festive atmosphere reigns in the city of Paris as the end of the year festivities approach. A multitude of activities and activities flourish in the capital to the delight of children and adults alike. If you have decided to spend this Christmas in the City of Light, your luggage placed in a hotel establishment such as this charming hotel Paris à Paris 6, here is a selection of the essentials to allow you to spend holidays like no other.

Christmas lights

Christmas lights are an attraction. The streets are adorned with garlands, multicoloured bulbs, luminous arches and incandescent flames. The windows of the department stores are not to be outdone with their fir trees that shine brightly. From November to early January, these illuminations on the Champs-Élysées, avenue Montaigne, place Vendôme and many others are a delight for tourists and Parisians. The best way to admire them is to take a panoramic bus ride. The itinerary being complete, you will not miss anything of this magnificent show.

Disneyland Paris

Disneyland in Paris is truly magical during the end of the year celebrations. Children and adults alike, there is something for everyone. Attractions shows and various other services are planned for everyone's enjoyment. You can also contemplate the famous parade specially designed for the Nativity Day and meet characters like Mickey, Minnie and Santa Claus. Restaurants are open if you wish to have a meal in this magical atmosphere.

The skating rinks of Paris

Going skating is a real pleasure for both children and adults. Everyone enjoys sliding on the ice, and small falls are an opportunity to laugh with friends or family. For Christmas holidays several ice rinks are installed in Paris. From December 16 to January 9, the Grand Palais des Glaces welcomes you to the country's largest ephemeral skating rink. And if not, from December 8 to January 6 you can go to the famous skating rink of La Défense.

The Festival of the Wonderful in Paris

The Festival du merveilleux attracts several tourists and Parisians every year. If you decide to drive there, the tips and tricks given on mondandy.fr will be very useful for finding a parking space. It is one of the most unusual events in the capital. For eight days the Fairground Arts Museum opens its doors to the public to offer them a cultural and recreational visit of the place. Festive strolls are offered in various parts of the museum, as well as shows by magicians and street artists.

Animations and Christmas market at the Hôtel de ville de Paris

Christmas markets are a custom in Paris. You will be amazed by the decorations as well as the various French and foreign specialities on display. There are several, the unmissable ones being the Christmas market of La Défense and the Champs-Élysées. New this year is the Christmas market at City Hall. Scheduled to take place from December 14 to January 6, 2019, the wedding actually aims to inaugurate a Christmas village on its square, with free entertainment also planned for the occasion. There is no shortage of entertainment in Paris during the end-of-year celebrations. You can find more by visiting this site.