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What to do in Paris in January ?

  • 29/12/2023
  • Le Littré Gazette

Welcome to Hotel Le Littré, a perfect blend of Parisian elegance and exceptional comfort! Each month, our team is committed to providing you with the most refined recommendations to explore the City of Light. Whether you’re passionate about art, museums, or gastronomy, we have carefully crafted specific suggestions for this January, offering you an authentic immersion into the very essence of Paris. Let us be your privileged guide in discovering the capital, transforming your stay at our hotel into an authentic experience marked by memorable visits, enriching cultural experiences, and the indulgence in delicious French specialties.

Bollywood Superstars

The Quai Branly Museum pays tribute to Indian cinema and its evolution from the 1920s to the present day.

The Bollywood Superstars exhibition offers an immersive journey where visitors explore the evolution of cinema in India, from silent films of the 1920s to contemporary blockbusters featuring superstars.

A selection of artworks, objects, and films projected on a large screen narrate the epic of this art, which is now the world’s largest film industry. Evenings, concerts, shows, tours, workshops, and dance classes complement the exploration of this exhibition.

Address: 37 Quai Jacques Chirac, 75007 Paris
Bus 92 and stop at Bosquet – Rapp
Tickets: 12€ for adults and 9€ for concessions

Taste the best galette in Paris

The galette des rois is a French pastry tradition associated with the Epiphany. It has its roots in the Middle Ages, symbolizing the arrival of the Three Wise Men to the Christ Child. Traditionally made of puff pastry and frangipane, it contains a bean, making whoever discovers it the king or queen of the day. Celebrated on January 6, this sweet tradition persists, bringing family and friends together around this delicious delicacy.

A winter walk in the Parc Monceau

The Parc Monceau in Paris is an enchanting destination, even during the month of January. The park maintains a magical atmosphere that invites exploration and contemplation. Picture yourself strolling through pathways lined with bare trees, revealing winter landscapes imbued with tranquility. The park features a carousel and playgrounds for children, making it the perfect place to spend quality time with family.

Address: 35 Bd de Courcelles, 75008 Paris
Metro 13, stop at Place de Clichy, then Metro 2, stop at Monceau

The restaurant La Jacobine

Located on Rue Saint-André des Arts, you will find La Jacobine. This casual restaurant stays open late into the night. If you’re looking for a delicious bowl of onion soup, look no further—La Jacobine is the perfect place!

Address: 59-61 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris
Metro 4 and stop at Odéon
Prices: Menu around 29€ per person

The chocolate factory : Chapon

In this shop with a façade inspired by modern art, discover a chocolate store brimming with delights from all corners of the globe. The must-tries at this address are the delicious hot chocolate and the particularly indulgent chocolate mousse.

Address: 59-61 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris
Metro 4 and stop at Odéon

The Wonka movie is in theaters again!

Don’t miss the chocolate adventure of the film “Wonka” at Le Grand Rex! A magical world of wonder and sweet delights…

Address: 1 Bd Poissonnière, 75002 Paris

Saint-Germain-Des-Prés church

Immerse yourself in the history and enchanting atmosphere of the Église Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Its walls bear witness to centuries of spirituality, its stained glass windows radiate divine light, and its peaceful atmosphere offers a rejuvenating break in the heart of the City of Light. A visit to Saint-Germain-des-Prés is a journey back in time, a moment of contemplation in the midst of an architectural jewel charged with mystery and serenity.

Address: 3 Pl. Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris
18 minutes’ walk from the hotel

Restaurant Jun

Ready to take off on a gourmet journey to Japan? Head to Jun, located in the legendary Saint-Germain-des-Prés district in Paris, to savor the fusion cuisine orchestrated by two talented Japanese chefs, Shu Hasegawa and Yoshifumi Morita.

Address: 1 Rue de Condé, 75006 Paris
20 minutes from the hotel
Prices: Menu around €50 per person