What to See and Do This Easter in Paris- Easter Breaks
Posted By Webmaster , 28-Feb-18
Easter in Paris is the perfect time for enjoying in a relaxed mood by munching all chocolates and sweet crunches at the best Chocolataires of the city Paris.
How can you miss the magical charm of Notre-Dame where the churches are decorated like newly wedded brides?Church beautiful bells will be melodiously ringing, and les enfant will be looking curiously for decorated eggs. Easter time is the one that of celebration for everyone in Paris. This year Easter falls on the last weekend in March — Easter Sunday on April 1 and Easter Monday (the official French holiday) on April 2. The celebrations are on. Easter emphasizes on dinners and lunches all adorned with tradition.
Magical and Magnetic Chocolataires and patisseries are simply irresistible. A walking tour can be opted for witnessing the best of Easter displays and exhibits. Chocolate lovers are going to have craziest time to crunch for.The chocolate parlors are brimming with intricate, beautiful chocolate bunnies, eggs and other artful creations. On Easter day there will be a splash of celebrations. All will be wishing each other with Joyeuses Paques and good wishes for a wonderful spring in Paris.
At the eve of Easter a sumptuous dinner can be planned by the river side or cruise way. What else can be enjoyable than having a classic French 3-course dinner with wine.
If you've never ever been to Paris before, then the Seine is the heart of the city that can make you see city’s historic aura from a scenic point of view.
Behold the ebst sights of Easter in Paris while cruising along the city's romantic river, visiting the most iconic as well as most dreamt of sights of the City of Light. Book an unforgettable dinner on the Eiffel Tower. That can be followed by a river cruise, or vice versa you can enjoy opulent dinner cruise followed by a visit to the Eiffel Tower. In either case, the night is capped with everlasting beauty of Paris. The options are available every day in March & April including Easter Sunday. While choosing one, must check the tour calendar of the "Seine River Cruise Option" and the "Eiffel Tower Dinner Option".
You will be kissed by destiny if The Louvre Museum is open during Easter weekend. It is indeed a great landmark not to be missed at all when you are in Paris.
Have a brilliant booze tasting day by going in for informal wine glasses. You may taste all the important wines and will come to the places in France from where it is brought. Let yourself acquaint with an extensive flight of wines — from Alsace, Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, and the Rhone. Tastings are available Easter weekend.
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