Five Reasons to Go on Paris Tours in 2017

Louvre Museum Tour
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Paris Attractions

Who will not love to take a stroll across the elegant streets of the city of Lights? 2017 is already shaping to be an exciting year in Paris for both visitors and locals. If the iconic monuments and the tourist spots in Paris keep on calling you back to the city, then make sure to book your next Paris tours now.

If you are going on Paris tours for the first time in your life, then 2017 will be the best year to visit this beautiful city. 2017 in Paris has already been spectacular and the coming days will not be any different. Here are a few reasons, which will explain why you should go on Paris sightseeing tours in 2017.

Rodin Centenary at the Grand Palais

The Grand Palais is joining with the Musée Rodin to put up a huge Auguste Rodin exhibition in order to commemorate the centenary of Rodin’s death. The exhibition will be held at 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, from 22 March 2017 to 31 July 2017. More than 200 famous works of Rodin will be exhibited. In addition, there will be many renowned art pieces by Giacometti, Picasso and Matisse.

The Hotel De Crillon

The Hotel de Crillon will be reopening to the public by spring 2017. This famous landmark has survived the fall of the Napoleonic Empire, requisition as a German HQ during the Occupation and the French Revolution. Make sure to visit this iconic hotel and book a room, if possible.

Holybelly 2

One of the most famous brunch spots in the city of Paris has finally come up with an efficient solution for the endless weekend queues. A second venue will be opening to the tourists and residents, right across the older restaurant and it can accommodate much more people. Holybelly 2 is located at 5 rue Lucien Sampaix, Paris.

Jamaica Jamaica! Exhibition at the Philharmonie De Paris

If you are a lover of Jamaican music, then make sure to attend this exhibition. You might be surprised to know the fact that there much more to Jamaican music than Bob Marley. The organizers of this innovative exhibition are putting up a valiant effort to explore the music history of this little island.

ABQ Cocktail Lab

The molecular cocktail pop-up in Paris that was inspired from the famous TV series “Breaking Bad” went on to become a surprise hit last year. The organizers of this event will be returning to Paris with a semi-permanent site this year. If you are a cocktail lover, then this event is going to be the highlight of your Paris tour.