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Things to do in Paris Region this autumn

After a summer of festivities, the new school year is full of exciting events for everyone. There is no reason to be gloomy!
  1. Things to do in Paris Region this autumn

Culture, music, sports… There’s always something going on in Paris Region!

Exhibitions, sports and music events... Enjoy the back-to-school season in Paris Region !

The Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, Centre Pompidou, Fondation Louis Vuitton, … The major cultural institutions are opening the ball with their procession of blockbuster exhibitions. The two major exclusive cultural events, the European Heritage Days and the Nuit Blanche, are also on the horizon.

The demanding programme of the Jazz à La Villette festival kicks off the new musical season, which is followed by the Technoparade, which returns after being cancelled two years in a row.

The major sporting events will also make the capital vibrate: French Open (golf), Paris - Versailles (running), Qatar Prix Arc de Triomphe (trotting), Rolex Paris Masters (tennis). And did you know that the Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines will host the World Track Cycling Championships from 12 to 16 October 2022?

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Whether you’re looking for news, information on events or new activities, including the latest trends, the focus is on keeping you up-to-date and encouraging you to get out and enjoy this autumn 2022 in Paris Region.

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Autumn 2022 trip ideas for Paris Region

We focus on a selection of top experiences, themed guides and itineraries, appropriate to the season, to inspire you and invite you to explore Paris and the whole region.

Autumn 2022 highlights for Paris Region

Here you will find some of the places and events we have selected to feed your desire to get out and discover Paris and its region.

More ideas to enjoy your autumn 2022 in Paris Region

More ideas to enjoy the back-to-school season in Paris Region

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