Known as the City of Light, Capital of Fashion, and the City of Love, Paris is the cosmopolitan capital of France. One of Europe's most densely populated cities, there are 2.2 million residents within the city limits and 12 million total residents within the metropolitan area. From fashion and cuisine to historical landmarks, Paris should be on your bucket list if it isn't already. Before you join the 45 million annual visitors, read the Paris tourist info collected in this travel guide.
There is never a bad time for you to visit Paris as there is always something going on in the City of Light. The calendar year kicks off with the Maison & Object furniture and interior design trade fair in January. February marks the le nouvel an chinois (Chinese New Year) celebration in several districts within Paris. March offers the first of two fashion weeks, Spring Fashion Week, that take place annually.
Other notable events worth taking in when you visit Paris include the French Tennis Open (May-June), La Fete Nationale (Bastille Day) on July 14th, and beginning of the Christmas season on the third Thursday of November with the release of Le Beaujolais Nouveau.
Located in Western Europe along the Atlantic Ocean, Paris enjoys a maritime climate the results in cool winters and warm summers. Snow is uncommon in Paris, with the average high during even the coldest month of the year hitting 43 degrees F (6 C). Spring and fall are characterized by cool temperatures and wet conditions. Summer is the best time of year to visit Paris. The average high during mid-summer months is 77 degrees F (25 C).
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