originating in the 1400s, viewable from multiple points in Central Paris
It offers the chance to catch the world's finest circuses under one roof as the cream of the acrobatic crop come together to compete for best in class awards. The event features contenders according to age group with 16-25-year-olds competing for the Cirque de Demain and the 12-16-year-olds battling it out in the Cirque de l'Avenir category. Tickets can be obtained from as little as €20, while the best seats in the house will cost €90.
The final leg of a world wide fashion tour this events allows the best designers to show off all their latest fashions
A blues festival on the streets of Seine St Dennis that attracts blues performers new and old.
Many of the top museums in the city will be offering free admission
Two weeks of the tennis on the red clay courts that are synonomous with this grand slam tourney
La Fete de la Musique- June 21
On the longest day of the year there are music concerts all day long in venues all over the city
This famous bike race ends with a sprint down the Champs-Elysees to finish off the almost month long competition
For two days many places are opened to the public, places such as the president's house and many embassies.
A month long showcase of dancing events at the Theatre du Chatelet
An annual festival that highlights foreign culture and showcases many forms of different preforming arts
The city hosts many free concerts in its prominent churches to lead up to their celebration of Christmas
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