What’s on in Paris: Other Great Events
Expatica is Proud to Present Our “i am not a tourist” Fair!
In October Expatica will once again be hosting our “i am not a tourist” fair – the biggest fair for internationals in France.
Over 4,000 expats attended last year’s Welcome to France Fair, and the 2007 event promises to be even bigger and better, with more stands, more entertainment and more information this time around!
So, if you’re new to France or just looking to make the most of life abroad – come and find out everything you need to know in ONE DAY!
Tickets are available online FOR FREE until September 17th – but cost EUR 10 at the door and after that date. Sign up for your tickets NOW at http://www.expatica.com/welcometofrance/visitors_info.html
Welcome to France Fair 2007
Sunday, 14 October 2007, 10-6pm
Carrousel du Louvre
Tickets: FREE online (EUR 10 at the door)
Cinéma en Plein Air (Open Air Cinema)
One of the best events of the summer is the open air film festival at the Parc de la Villette. From mid-July until the end of August, films are shown every Tuesday through Sunday beginning at nightfall. Entry to the lawn is free, and deckchairs can be rented for EUR 6.50. Groups can get a deal with 5 chairs for EUR 20. English-language films in July include Gosford Park (July 17), the Magnificent Ambersons (July 18), the Servant (July 25), My Beautiful Laundrette (July 26), Remains of the Day (July 27), Tess (July 28), and Pretty Woman (July 29). The full program is available here.
July 17 – August 26, 2007
Parc de la Villette – Prairie du Triangle
Closest entrance at avenue Jean Jaures, 75019
Tel: 01 40 03 75 75
Two rolling tours through the City of Light happen every week. More than 4,000 skaters take a different 35 km circuit every Friday night – with rollerblading police accompaniment! Details on this circuit are available here every Thursday. Beginners have a more leisurely circuit of 20km over 3 hours on Sunday afternoons, with details provided here.
Every Friday night and Sunday afternoon
Tel: 01 43 36 89 81 (advanced circuit Friday night)
Tel: 01 44 54 07 44 (beginners circuit Sunday afternoon)
Les Grands Eaux Musicales
If you’re considering a visit to the Château de Versailles, be sure to hang around the gardens at one of the following times. From 11-12, 3:30-5 and 5:20-5:30 pm, the incredible fountains (inaugerated in 1666) will be pouring out their hearts to the rhythm of baroque tunes selected by conductor Hervé Niquet. Admission is EUR 7.
Until September 30, 2007
Jardins du Château de Versailles
Château de Versailles, 78000
Tel: 01 30 83 78 88
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