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What to do in Paris in November?

  • 08/11/2023
  • Le Littré Gazette

Wondering what to do in Paris in November? Every month, the team at Hôtel Le Littré in Paris shares its recommendations to help make your stay unforgettable. 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 November.

Are you curious about what to do in Paris in November? If you need further advice or help booking activities, we encourage you to contact our concierge service.

Exhibitions :

Le Trésor de Notre-Dame de Paris

Are you planning to visit during the November 1st and November 11th holidays? Discover the exhibition The Treasure of Notre-Dame de Paris: Four years after the fire that ravaged Notre-Dame de Paris, the Musée du Louvre is hosting its relics and treasures in a historic exhibition, from October 18, 2023 to January 19, 2024, before they return to the building later. An exhibition not to be missed!

  • Metro line 4, “Chatelet” station
  • Price: €15 to €17, -18 to -26 UE free.
  • October 18, 2023 – January 29, 2024

Salvador Dali’s works

The exhibition features over 300 works from a private collection acquired from Salvador Dalí and other major collectors. Surrealist paintings, sculptures, prints, objects and furniture bring to life the eclectic ideas of an insatiable explorer. The exhibition is open until January 2024, including public holidays. A stroll through the works of the surrealist artist is a must!

  • 11 rue Poulbot – 18th arrondissement Paris
  • 13€ (26 years and +) 9€ (between 8 and 25 years)
  • Metro line 12, “Abbesses” station

The Amedeo Modigliani exhibition

This exhibition revisits one of the most emblematic moments in Amedeo Modigliani’s life: when Paul Guillaume became his dealer. It will explore how the links between the two figures can shed light on the artist’s career.

  • Musée de l’Orangerie, Jardin des Tuileries, Paris 1er
  • Admission: €12.50, concessions €10 (-18 and -26 UE free).
  • Metro 12, Concorde station

For children …

The Luxembourg Gardens

It’s THE ideal destination for a family day out! Imagine strolling through this magnificent park, surrounded by magnificent flowers, majestic trees and sparkling water basins. Your children can enjoy watching the Guignol show and the miniature boats sailing on the water, and even play tennis and ride a pony. So don’t hesitate, discover this beautiful place.

  • Rue Fleurus, Porte Fleurus entrance
  • 10min walk from the hotel

Science expériences

Families are invited to Science Expériences, the fun, immersive concept combining museum and theme park, bringing science to life at Bercy Village. The best way to get your kids interested in science by experiencing it first-hand…

  • 16 Cour Saint-Emilion at Bercy Village, 12th arrondissement
  • Prices: Children under 12: €11, Full price: €19
  • Metro line 6 “Dugommier” station

Delicious restaurants:

Pny Burger Gaîté

PNY Burger Gaîté, is a fantastic place for burger lovers. If you like delicious, juicy burgers made with quality ingredients, then you should consider a visit.

  • 15 Rue de la Gaité, 6th arrondissement, Paris
  • Prices: Children under 12: €11, Full price: €19
  • 10min walk from the hotel

Daroco 16

Italy sets its course in Paris! The trio of Parisian restaurateurs Alexandre Giesbert, Julien Ross and Romain Glize are rocking the 16th arrondissement with their vibrant neo-trattoria ambience, tastefully decorated terrace and eighties neon lights. The “Al ragu” pasta is delicious!

  • 3 Place Clément Ader, 16th arrondissement Paris
  • Metro line 6, “Passy” station

Les Ombres

An astonishingly inventive cuisine, freely inspired by great French and Mediterranean cuisine and nourished by an uncompromising respect for produce. Thanks to the magical view and the terrace like a hanging garden, the place is a Parisian oasis in the sky.

  • 27 quai Branly, 7th arrondissement Paris
  • Bus 92, “Pont de l’Alma” stop

Les cookies de la Parisienne

Have you had the chance to taste the incredibly delicious cookies from La Parisienne bakery? Taste these marvels as you stroll through the Luxembourg Gardens!

  • 48 Rue Madame, 6e Paris
  • Prices: €2.80 per cookie
  • 15min walk from the hotel

Shopping :

Le Bon Marché

Le Bon Marché is the world’s very first department store, opened in 1852. You’ll feel immersed in the very essence of Parisian shopping. Like Les Galeries Lafayettes on boulevard Hausmann, the building’s architecture is breathtaking: a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition.

  • 24 Rue de Sèvres, 7th arrondissement Paris
  • 15min walk from the hotel

L’Avenue Montaigne

Avenue Montaigne is an upscale shopping paradise. The atmosphere on Avenue Montaigne is one of sophistication and elegance. In addition to fashion, the avenue is also renowned for its contemporary art galleries, making it a favorite spot for art lovers.

  • Avenue Montaigne, 8th arrondissement Paris
  • Metro line 13, “Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau” station