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Paris in space Christmas wow!

Visiting Paris during Christmas can be a very special experience. The City of Light is known for its unique atmosphere and attracts visitors from all over the world throughout the year, but there is something magical about Paris during Christmas.

Christmas lights in Paris

Christmas in Paris is known for its magnificent lighting. From the sparkling lights along the Champs-Élysées to the charming Christmas lights in the smaller streets and quarters, Paris really shines in December. A visit to some of the most famous landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower or Notre-Dame, is particularly memorable when they are illuminated against the dark winter night.

Christmas markets and Shopping

Paris is known for its many Christmas markets, which offer everything from artisan products to gourmet food. The Christmas market at the Tuileries Gardens is one of the largest and offers a charming mix of food stalls, craft shops and even a small ice rink. For those interested in shopping, the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Haussmann department stores are a must with their spectacular Christmas windows and decorations. But promise me that you will let your dreams and imagination guide you through the streets and just enjoy 🥂

Cultural Experiences

Paris has a rich variety of culture, and Christmas in Rome is no exception. The Paris Opera and various theaters often have special Christmas performances. Museums such as the Louvre and Musée d'Orsay are open during the holidays, which provides a perfect opportunity to experience some of the world's most famous works of art.


Paris' the culinary scene is world-class, and during Christmas, visitors can enjoy the delicacies of the season. Many restaurants offer special Christmas menus, which give a taste of traditional French Christmas food. Don't forget to taste some of the local winter delicacies such as foie gras, truffles and of course a selection of French cheeses.

Walks and Seine cruises

One of the best ways to experience Paris this Christmas is simply to walk. Take a stroll along the Seine, visit the charming neighborhoods such as Montmartre and Le Marais, or just wander aimlessly and let the city surprise you. A cruise on the Seine can also be a fantastic way to see the city lights.

The most important thing is to live as if you were here in a fairy tale!

Finally, remember that Christmas in Paris can be quite cold, so dress warmly. But the cold also adds a certain charm to the experience, especially when you can warm yourself with a cup of hot chocolate or a French wine in a cozy café. Paris at Christmastime is truly an experience that should be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, with plenty of time to absorb the distinctive atmosphere that this time of year brings to the already dazzling city.

Prices for round-trip flights from under NOK 4,000 with KLM when I checked 20.des



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