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What to do in Paris in March

  • 06/03/2024
  • In Paris, Le Littré Gazette

Wondering what to do in Paris in March? Every month, the Hôtel Le Littré team shares its recommendations to help you make the most of your stay. We’ll keep you up to date with the most exciting temporary exhibitions, must-see events, entertaining family activities, as well as not-to-be-missed gourmet restaurants to delight your taste buds this March.

Are you ready to learn about some of the things to do and see in Paris? If you need further advice or help booking activities, we encourage you to contact our concierge service.

Restaurants et cafés


Discreetly hidden away on the second floor of the Casino de Paris, the bistronomic restaurant Minstinguett is breathtakingly beautiful. Named after the historic showgirl from the turn of the last century, the restaurant aims to recreate the ambiance of the Roaring Twenties. Enjoy a Josephine Baker cocktail, followed by a hearty veal chop en croûte, in a setting where every detail has been carefully thought out: from the hushed alcoves to the red banquettes to the ornate ceiling.

  • 16 Rue de Clichy, 75009 Paris
  • Métro 12 et s’arrêter à Saint Lazare
  • Environ 60€ par personne

Bien Elevé

This restaurant pays particular attention to the choice of its producers. Months of research, journeys to the heart of France’s terroirs, tastings: nothing has been left to chance to find those who have developed exceptional know-how while respecting sustainable agriculture. Enjoy tasty meats accompanied by homemade pommes grenailles: a real treat!

  • 47 Rue Richer, 75009 Paris
  • Metro 12 and stop at Notre-Dame-de-Lorette
  • Approx. €40 per person for exceptional cuts of meat

Pépites La Cave

With almost 1500 references at your disposal, the possibilities are numerous. This winery aims to represent the whole of the French vineyard, and to help you discover our beautiful wine-growing terroir. Each wine in the store is carefully selected, met during wine trips or tastings with their partners.

Ralph Lauren Café

Wooden floors, oak-panelled walls, marble fireplace, crystal chandelier – the atmosphere is warm and chic in Paris’ first Ralph Lauren café. The à la carte menu features a fine selection of coffees, Matcha Lattes and hot chocolates. Gourmets will be tempted by brownies, cookies and other delights.

  • 173 Bd Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris
  • Metro 4, stop at Saint-Germain-des-Prés
  • Approx. €15 per person


Exhibitions “Transparences”

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris unveils its new fashion exhibition, “Transparences – Le pouvoir des matières”. It explores the art of transparency, a concept unique to Yves Saint Laurent, highlighting materials such as chiffon, lace and tulle to reinvent fashion. This trend would have allowed women to assert their sensuality while preserving their mystery and independence.

  • 5 Avenue Marceau – 75116 Paris
  • Bus 63 direction Porte de la Muette stop at Alma
  • Admission €12
  • February 9 to August 25, 2024 – Open Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 6pm

Luminiscence Immersive Show

Highlighting the richness of France’s architectural heritage through immersive experiences, this new concept is called Luminiscence. You’ll witness 360-degree sound and light shows worthy of unique technological know-how, combining 3D modeling, video projection and spatialized sound to reveal the secrets of these historic monuments. And until March 22, the spotlight is on the Église Saint-Eustache, a Gothic church in the heart of Les Halles.

  • Eglise Saint-Eustache – 2 Imp. Saint-Eustache, 75001 Paris
  • Metro 4, stop at Les Halles
  • Full price: €14 – Open Tuesday to Saturday

Egypt of the Pharaohs

A fabulous journey awaits us this year at the Atelier des Lumières: discover the Egypt of the Pharaohs, from Khéops to Ramsès II. Ancient Egypt and its great figures never cease to fascinate us. Monumental buildings, engravings, paintings and art, mythology and archaeological remains all await you.

  • 38 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
  • Metro 4 to Réaumur Sébastopol then metro 3 and stop at rue Saint-Maur
  • Full price: €17
  • Until January 5, 2024 – Open daily

Le Palais Garnier

An architectural masterpiece inaugurated in 1875 at the request of Napoleon III, the Palais Garnier is undoubtedly one of Paris’s most dazzling monuments. A must-see in the world of dance and opera.

  • 38 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
  • Metro 12 to Saint-Lazarre
  • Full price: €14 – Open daily