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What’s on in Paris in September 2017 : Activities, events, sport

by stillinparis

The end of summer does not mean the end of everything else. Even if it is time to head back to school you can still enjoy lots of activities in Paris. Read our choice of best things to do in Paris in September 2017.

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Les berges de Seine – all over the year

Three spaces were arranged from Musée d’Orsay to Musée du Quai Branly. No matter if it is for sport, culture or nature, lots of free activities will be proposed for old and young.

Paris without car – September, 25th, 2017

Just for one day, enjoy a city free of car. Take advantage of this city without pollution for discovering Paris !

Journées Européennes du Patrimoine – Septembre, 17th and 18th, 2017

For this occasion, you will have the possibility to visit unknown, unusual places that are most of the time closed to the public. Most monuments and museums offer a free entrance for this special event.

Fête de la Gastronomie – September, 22nd and 24th, 2017

This Fourth weekend of September will be a synonym of gluttony, with la fête de la gastronomie. This event will take place from September, 22nd to September 24th. For these 3 days, french gastronomy will be celebrated in all its forms. You will be able to find lots of culinary demonstrations in different places of the capital.

La Parisienne – September 10th, 2017

La Parisienne is on its way back for a 20th edition. This 7 kilometers women-only competition will begin at the Eiffel Tower.

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Jazz à La Villette – August, 31st to September, 13th 2017

To face the end of summer, nothing is better than this Jazz festival in La Villette ! Like every other year, this edition promises to be rich in artists and improvisation !
Techno Parade – September 23rd, 2017

Created in 1998, this festival aims to promote the electronic culture. More than 350 000 participants are expected with their chariots to parade in the streets of Paris.

Read more about Paris in September.

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