What to do in Paris this Sunday?

Don't know how to keep yourself (them) busy on Sunday? You lack of ideas? Or don't know what's open (or closed) on that day? Shopping Sunday In several areas of Paris (the Champs-Elysées, Montmartre, the Marais...), many stores are open on Sundays. Bruncher on Sunday a very trendy activity. In fact, more and more establishments are offering brunches on weekends, especially on Sundays. We have selected some ideal addresses for families. And then, it is also the day of culture, exhibitions, museums or visits of castles and monuments.

1 - THE NEWS THIS SUNDAY IN PARIS

work of Picasso, at the Picasso Museum, in the Marais

3 - OUR FAVORITES OF THE MOMENT

A playful and sporty Hoverboard ride on the banks of the Seine, an Escape Game outdoor eu a Street Art visit in Belleville.

the banks of the Seine in Paris

4 - THE BEST SUNDAY BRUNCHES WITH KIDS

This tradition came from the United States and then from England and became part of the French habits. The addresses in Paris for brunch are multiplying and blooming like "bread rolls". Many restaurants and tea rooms offer brunch formulas for children with animations or activities.

5 - THE NICEST NEIGHBORHOODS TO WALK AROUND ON SUNDAY

There are a thousand ways to discover a district of Paris and to stroll around it: simple stroll, shopping, walk on the banks of the Seine in Hoverboard or a walk in Paris on a scooter.

6 - PARIS WITHOUT A CAR ON SUNDAY (1st SUNDAY OF THE MONTH)

This pedestrianization concerns the Champs-Elysées but also the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts from Paris (from 10 am to 6 pm). For the Champs-Elysées, the car-free route goes from the place Charles-de-Gaulle to the place Franklin-Roosevelt (and some adjacent streets). From 10 am to 6 pm.

7 - FREE ADMISSION TO MUSEUMS ON SUNDAYS

It is an unmissable event that Parisians know well by now. All the national museums are open to all on the 1st Sunday of each month For their permanent collections.