What to do in February in Paris?
- Le Littré Gazette
Welcome to Hotel Le Littré, a establishment with harmony and Parisian elegance! Each month, our team is committed to providing you with the most sophisticated recommendations to explore the City of Light. Whether you are passionate about art, museums, or gastronomy, we have carefully crafted specific suggestions for this month of January, inviting you to an authentic immersion into the very essence of Paris. Allow us to be your privileged guide in discovering the capital, thus transforming your stay at our hotel into a genuine experience, marked by memorable visits, enriching cultural experiences, and the tasting of delicious French specialties.A Parisian bistro cuisineWhen we want to immerse ourselves in the art of bistronomic cuisine, it’s Bistrot Le Troquet that comes to mind! The moleskin benches, mirrors, and small, closely arranged tables invite you to conviviality. The clients of this restaurant come for the ambiance as well as for the cuisine of the young chef, Marc Mouton, who crafts delicious recipes and highlights fresh seasonal ingredients.21 rue François Bonvin, 15th arrondissementClosed on Sundays and MondaysBus 89 and stop at Volontaires – LecourbeApprox. €65 per personA sophisticated menu in KongIn weightlessness, the Kong restaurant exudes an atmosphere that is simultaneously relaxed, chic, and entertaining. Nothing is left to chance to ensure the success of this establishment perched on the rooftops of Paris. Kong offers a fusion cuisine, blending French elegance with Japanese exoticism. Each bite provides a unique experience, a journey between two worlds, in an environment that is both quirky and elegant, complemented by a panoramic view of the Seine and the Pont Neuf.1 rue du Pont neuf, 1st arrondissementMetro 4 and stop at ChâteletApprox. €80 per personHonoring “La Chandeleur”Honor la Chandeleur on February 2nd! Taste the delicious French crepes. This tradition originated as an ancient pagan and Latin festival, later evolving into a Christian religious celebration. Discover the must-visit addresses!La Cuillière en Bois: 108 rue des Entrepreneurs, 15th arrondissementLe Petit Morhiban: 20 rue d’Odessa, 14th arrondissementLe Breizh Café: 109 rue Veille du Temple, 3rd arrondissementCreperie Suzette, 24 rue des Francs, 4th arrondissementA musical dinner at BelcantoEnjoy an unforgettable evening at Belcanto Paris by booking a dinner show. The musical restaurant takes you into the unique world of lyrical singing while savoring the Chef’s refined and delicious cuisine. For a romantic evening as a couple or with friends, get ready for a true experience in this unusual establishment in Paris near City Hall. Let the celebration begin!72, quai de l’Hôtel de Ville, 4th arrondissementBus 96, stop at Hôtel de VilleThe Puccini menu is €104 per personThe Montmartre museumA few steps from the Sacré-Cœur and the Place du Tertre, the Montmartre Museum and its gardens offer a haven of peace and greenery in the heart of Paris. Through permanent collections, discover the history of the hill, the excitement of Montmartre workshops and cabarets, as well as temporary collections and the studio of Suzanne Valadon.12 Rue Cortot, 18th arrondissementMetro 12, stop at Lamarck – CaulaincourtAdmission €15 per personOpen daily from 10am to 6pmThe Rodin museum turns into a dance floorThe Rodin Museum invites you to this LOVE evening, highlighting Camille Claudel’s La Valse, celebrating its one hundred sixtieth anniversary this year. Every hour, the museum’s hall will be transformed into a dance workshop, allowing all couples to waltz with the valuable guidance of professional dancers. After celebrating love with a swirling waltz, visiting couples can rediscover Claudel and Rodin through the stories told along the route and the artworks. This evening promises you an exceptional night77 Rue de Varenne, 7th arrondissement ParisMetro 13, stop at VarenneFull price: €27 and -26 years: €15Contemplate the works in the Petit PalaisThe Petit Palais of Paris is an architectural and artistic marvel that is sure to captivate your imagination and leave you in awe. The building itself and the gardens are works of art. In addition to its free permanent collection, the Petit Palais regularly features temporary exhibitions, some of which are ticketed, showcasing contemporary artists and innovative artistic themes. Unlike larger and often more crowded Parisian museums, the Petit Palais offers a more intimate atmosphere. At the end of your visit, treat yourself to a well-deserved break by relaxing in the charming museum café.Av. Winston Churchill, 8th ParisMetro 13, stop at Champs-Élysées – ClemenceauFree entranceCandle LightsCome and discover Candlelight’s magnificent musical shows in some of Paris’s most beautiful historic monuments. Candles create a warm glow and pay tribute to the likes of Coldplay and Hans Zimmer. Buy your Valentine’s Day tickets online.