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What to do in Paris in June?

  • 05/06/2024
  • In Paris, Le Littré Gazette

Dear readers, looking for unique experiences in Paris during June? Read our Gazette de l’Hôtel Le Littré, which lists the museums to visit, the best Parisian restaurants and some events… For any advice, don’t hesitate to ask our concierge. Enjoy your reading.

The Dubuffet Foundation

If you like to contemplate the beautiful architecture of Paris, the Fondation Dubuffet is the place to be. Not a traditional museum, it’s a living space, showcasing Jean Dubuffet’s archives and art collection through permanent and temporary exhibitions. There’s no need to book your visit: the foundation welcomes you Monday to Friday, 2pm to 6pm.

  • 137 rue de Sèvres, 75006 Paris
  • 10-minute walk from the hotel
  • Price : full €8, discounted rate €5, free for children under 10

MATCH: The design and sport exhibition

On the occasion of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Musée du Luxembourg presents the exhibition “MATCH”. This exhibition explores the impact of design on sport, the links between these two fields and their future evolution. It also shows how sport inspires leading designers in fields such as automobiles and ready-to-wear. Located close to the hotel, this exhibition is not to be missed.

  • Musée du Luxembourg, 19 rue de Vaugirard – 75006 Paris
  • From March 13th, 2024 to August 11th, 2024
  • Price : €14
  • 15-minute walk from the hotel

City: Reality and Myth

If you enjoy contemplating oil paintings and watercolor and Indian ink drawings, head to Galleries Montparnasse, just a 5-minute walk from the hotel. This exhibition creates a mysterious bridge between reality and dreams, offering a vision of Paris and other places through the eyes of artists Yaroslav Gorbanevsky and Elie Rizkallah.

  • Galleries Montparnasse, 55 rue du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris
  • Free admission
  • Vernissages June 7th and 8th (from 5 pm to 8 pm)
  • Every day from June 7th to 20th, (2pm to 7pm)

National Music Day on the 21st of June

Come and celebrate National Music Day in our Capital City. Music will be on every street corner. Just a 10-minute walk from the hotel, the Jardin du Luxembourg welcomes the group Alborz, two female singers who pay tribute to the women of Iran and beyond. Accompanied by guitarists and keyboardists, they will perform from 6pm to 9pm. In addition, a Queer Jazz Pop concert awaits you in the park from 8:30pm to 9pm. What better way to explore Paris to the rhythm of music?

Have a brunch with your family

PUB ST Germain is a meeting place for visitors who come for lunch, brunch or even dinner. On Sunday lunchtimes, the place transforms into a family atmosphere, with a playroom dedicated to children… ideal for keeping them entertained while you enjoy fresh fruit juice, scrambled eggs, pancakes and other delights.

  • 17 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris
  • Between €10 and €30 per person
  • Metro 4 station Odéon or 22-minute walk

Café Louise

Café Louise is a modern brasserie in the St Germain des Prés district that revisits French classics. At any time of day, this restaurant treats its customers to French specialties and comfort dishes on a 100% home-made menu. You’ll be surprised by the warm welcome …

  • 155 Bd Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris
  • 15-minute walk from the hotel or Métro 4 station Saint-Germain-des-Prés
  • Suitable for disabled guests
  • Approx. €50 per person

Le Caveau de la Huchette

Welcome to the temple of Swing! Le Caveau de la Huchette, located in the Latin Quarter, is one of the city’s most famous jazz clubs. It offers a lively, intimate atmosphere where jazz fans can enjoy live performances in a historic setting. The venue has a long history dating back to the 1940s and continues to attract visitors from all over the world. Come and discover its atmosphere!

  • 5 Rue de la Huchette, 75005 Paris
  • Admission: Sunday to Thursday: €14 and Friday to Saturday: €16
  • Metro 4, stop at Saint-Michel Notre-Dame

Barbe-Bleue – Pina Bausch

Plunge into the heart of the majestic Opéra Garnier and let yourself be carried away by a unique show in which traditional storytelling merges with contemporary choreography. With her ballet “Bluebeard”, the German choreographer explores the emotions and psychological complexities of the characters, offering an intense and memorable theatrical experience. Tickets are still available for performances on June 23, 28, 29 and 30!

  • Place de l’Opéra, 75009 Paris
  • From €154 per person
  • Smart attire required
  • Bus 68 and stop at Opéra