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Easter 2024 in Paris: A Weekend of Celebration and Discovery

  • 23/01/2024
  • Family stay

Kick off the April 2024 holidays in Paris with a cultural and religious celebration: Easter in Paris! Join in the numerous family activities, such as an egg hunt in the capital and tasting refined and original chocolate creations. A Easter weekend in Paris is ideal at our hotel located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

Dates of Easter Holidays 2024 in Metropolitan France

The dates of Easter holidays vary from year to year and can also differ based on geographical zones, particularly concerning school vacations. In France, school vacations are divided into three zones, usually designated as Zone A, Zone B, and Zone C.

Easter holidays can fall in either March or April, depending on the school calendar and religious festivities. It’s important to check the specific dates each year to plan your activities during this period.

How to Make the Most of Easter Weekend in Paris

How to explore Paris in 3 days? Discover our tips for maximizing your Easter weekend in Paris with your family.

Day 1: Discover Iconic Monuments

Start your day with an early visit to the Eiffel Tower. Avoid the crowds by booking your tickets in advance. Have lunch in a typical Parisian café. Take a stroll around the Eiffel Tower. Head to the Louvre Museum. Explore the museum’s iconic collections, including the Mona Lisa. End the evening by dining in a restaurant with a view of the Seine. Consider an evening cruise on the Seine to admire the illuminated monuments.

Day 2: Visit Parks and Museums

Visit the Tuileries Garden. Enjoy the beautiful walks and artistic sculptures. Have lunch in the Marais district, known for its bohemian charm. Visit the Centre Pompidou for a dose of contemporary art. Have dinner in a Parisian bistro. End the evening by strolling through the narrow streets of the Marais.

Day 3: Cultural Day Explore the Latin Quarter.

Visit Notre-Dame Cathedral and stroll along the Seine riverbanks. Have lunch in a café by the Seine. Visit the Musée d’Orsay for a unique collection of impressionist art. Relax in the Luxembourg Gardens. Enjoy a peaceful atmosphere. Have dinner in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, known for its gastronomic scene. We personally recommend the Le Procope restaurant.

Day 4: Join Easter Egg Hunts

Participate in an Easter egg hunt in the Jardin des Plantes. Have lunch in the Latin Quarter. Enjoy a walk to the Panthéon. Relax in the Buttes-Chaumont Park and then dine in a charming restaurant.


The Flavors and Traditions of Easter in Paris

Easter holidays in Paris undoubtedly rhyme with chocolates. Take advantage of the limited editions created by the grand masters of chocolate and pastry for the occasion. Chocolates are transformed into true sweet works of art. Near Le Littré hotel, you’ll find a small boutique offering chocolates from all corners of the world. Indulge in the best chocolate mousses in Paris. For chef’s creations, Cyril Lignac’s boutique on Rue de Sèvres offers fine and indulgent pastries. For the pleasure of a box for the whole family, the store ‘A la mère de famille’ offers family-friendly packaging containing refined chocolates with different flavors

Events and Festivities for Easter Not to be Missed

Visiting Parks and Gardens

One of the most relaxing attractions in Paris during the Easter holidays is the blooming of flowers in the city’s iconic parks. The Luxembourg Gardens, located just a few meters from Le Littré hotel, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, and the Tuileries Garden are adorned with beautiful tulips, daffodils, and other spring flowers, creating a colorful ambiance. A peaceful stroll through these gardens is a must-have experience for those seeking serenity in the midst of the city’s hustle and bustle.

Participating in Easter Egg Hunts

Easter holidays wouldn’t be complete without the traditional Easter egg hunt. Paris hosts numerous egg hunts for both young and old. Events are organized in iconic locations such as the Jardin des Plantes and the Château de Vincennes, providing families with the opportunity to share joyful moments while exploring places rich in history.


Staying at Le Littré Hotel in Paris During Easter Weekend

For family Easter holidays, our family-friendly hotel in Paris offers spacious, elegant rooms designed for comfort that can accommodate the entire family. Our 4-star hotel, built in 1924, caters to the needs of each guest through a wide range of room categories. For your Easter vacation in Paris, our interconnected rooms are perfect for large families who want rooms side by side. Whether you are with friends, as a couple, or traveling alone, enjoy our rooms with a view of the famous Iron Lady, which lights up every hour of the evening for an unforgettable memory. Our classic and superior rooms remain suitable for those with a more modest budget while still offering the comfort of a 4-star hotel. Hotel Le Littré is delighted to welcome you for your special occasions and accompanies you in celebrating events that are dear to your heart. Whether it’s Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or Easter holidays, the hotel team is pleased to welcome you with the best care and delightful surprises.

Make Easter 2024 an Unforgettable Memory in Paris

“Paris est une fête”, la célèbre citation d’Hemingway prend tout son sens lors de vos vacances à Paris. La ville parisienne regorge d’histoires à travers ses musées, ses rues, ses restaurants, ses cafés et jardins. Venir à Paris est le rêve d’une vie, et séjourner à l’hôtel Le Littré vous permet d’accéder rapidement aux nombreux monuments parisiens dans le confort absolu. Pour les vacances de Pâques, profitez des activités en famille et des créations d’œufs en chocolat dignes du savoir-faire français. Contempler une vue Tour Eiffel depuis votre chambre tout en savourant un petit-déjeuner continental sur la terrasse est un plaisir accessible à l’hôtel Le Littré Paris. N’oubliez pas la chasse aux œufs de l’hôtel Le Littré.