In Paris

June 16th; it’s time for the Prix de Diane

This June 16th is special for two reasons; Father's Day and the famous Prix de Diane horse race. Why not combine the two by treating your dad to a day at the races? Get him dressed up in his best elegant finery, take him to Chantilly Racecourse and ensure he has a day he’ll always remember.

A crazy night at the Crazy Horse

Square-cut wigs, blood-red lips, vertiginous heels, pearls, amazing costumes and startling light effects; you could be nowhere else but the Crazy Horse. Located at 12 Rue Georges V since it opened in 1951, this iconic Parisian cabaret has never ceased to reinforce its bold and daring reputation!

Don’t miss the Night of Museums

This is the 15th edition of an annual spring event that has proved to be a huge success in France and throughout the rest of Europe. Entertainment, guided tours, music, storytelling and workshops; all this and more takes place on this special night. Book your room now at the Hotel Burgundy to ensure you don’t miss this magical night of Saturday, May 18th.

A visit to the Village Royal

Cream facades, zinc roofs, paved street and flowers; pass through the arch and, like Alice through the Looking Glass, you’ll come out on the other side of the mirror in the picturesque Village Royal.

Hermès in the spotlight

With an internationally famous equestrian competition coming up and a recently reopened boutique on the Rue Georges V, the house of Hermès is still firmly in the spotlight! All the while remaining true to the spirit of its creator, Thierry Hermès, manufacturer of horse harnesses.

An exciting season at the Grand Palais

Following on from Miro and Michael Jackson, 2019 at the Grand Palais promises a rich and varied programme of exhibitions and events that leads us from Russia in the 1920s ... to the Moon ... via the Saut Hermès and the Art Paris Art Fair. What a trip!

Joana Vasconcelos at the Bon Marché

The Portuguese visual artist Joana Vasconcelos has been exhibited at the Palace of Versailles, the Venice Biennale and the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. At the start of 2019 she will be the guest of the Bon Marché department store.

Victor Vasarely at the Pompidou Centre

From February 6th to May 6th, the Centre Georges Pompidou is presenting a retrospective - the first in 50 years - dedicated to the Hungarian-French artist who is regarded as the father of OpArt, Victor Vasarely.

Boucheron; back at 26 Vendôme

Since December, the famous jewellery house has opened its doors again between the beautiful walls of the Hôtel de Nocé, at number 26 Place Vendôme, where the founder Frédéric Boucheron opened his boutique in 1893 to become the first jeweller to settle in the renowned square.