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Welcome to our great new monthly magazine, dedicated to bringing you the best sights, sounds and experiences that Paris has to offer! So sit down, make yourself comfortable and read ''What’s up in Paris''. We’ve got everything you need for July and August 2014, whatever your age.

Live:
This July, come and share the passion of World Cup football with those around you. It’s true that the best part of this event is sharing the highs and lows in a vibrant atmosphere, so we’ve selected two of the best places to go for goals and good times! If you’re in the city and not looking to blow your budget, try the Hide Out. This well-known Irish bar is only a stone’s throw from the Forum des Halles and the Marais and boasts 7 big screens that’ll show every World Cup match. The party doesn’t stop once the final whistle’s blown though- there’s a 12th century cellar downstairs with drinks and a dance floor.
If you want a table, we recommend booking in advance. Here’s the address:
http://www.hideout-bar.com

If you’re looking for some fresh air and an evening on the river, head down to the Port des Champs Elysées and the Kia Cabanna peniche. Created by the eponymous car maker, this is a great place to watch a match, sip a caipirinha, discover the latest Brazilian designers and even take capoeira classes. Come and join the party until July 13th 2014!
To find out more, head to the Kia website: foot.kia.com

You’ll also want to take your kids out to enjoy the wonderful weather and give them memories they’ll never forget…
For example, go down to the river by the Eiffel Tower and take a cruise along the river to discover the mysteries of Paris. Spend an hour on board with a storyteller and unlock all the city’s secrets… So, whether you’re six or sixty, if you can’t answer these questions:
Who is the strange little red man in the Tuileries gardens?
What is the monstrous fish lurking in the Seine?
Then you’ll want to book a tour at:
http://www.vedettesdeparis.fr
What’s more, it’s free for kids under 4!

Or maybe you’d prefer to take them on a picnic to the oldest zoo on Earth. Oh yes, the Jardin des Plantes was the very first animal park, and is ready to host you and your family amongst its five hectares. If you don’t mind eating with monkeys or other wild animals, this is a great place for a country picnic in the heart of Paris! For more information:
www.mnhn.fr

See:
Fans of the silver screen will love the Fête du Cinéma… the show will run until July 9th.
All of the screenings cost 3.50€ per ticket except 3D screenings, for which you’ll need to pay a little extra. This is a great opportunity to see new films or revisit the classics- for example, try the latest Clint Eastwood blockbuster, Jersey Boys.

If you’d rather spend time outdoors and take advantage of the best views in Paris, take a table on a terrace for a drink or something to eat. The ''Perchoir'' covers 250m² on the roof of the BHV, and offers a range of cocktails and finger food. Come and take a tranquil little break, day or night, and enjoy a view of the rooftops of the capital.
Find out more: http://www.bhv.fr

For those of you who love all that glitters… from now until the 20th of July, come and see the jewelry collection of the patron saint of Naples, San Genaro, exhibited for the first time outside of Italy. The ''Trésor de Naples'' exhibition is held at the Musée Maillol, and is a great opportunity to come and admire the Saint’s Miter, created in 1713 by Matteo Treglia and covered with 3326 diamonds and 198 emeralds.
For more information, come to: www.museemaillol.com

Hear:
On Thursday, August 14th, you’ll have the opportunity to see Dany Brillant in a free concert at the Tuileries gardens as part of the Festival de Jazz, organized by Marcel Campion.
This is an outdoor concert you do not want to miss. And if you’re feeling adventurous beforehand, have some fun at the fairground or take a spin on the Big Wheel overlooking the Champs Elysées. All the fun of the fair has come to the Tuileries- every day until August 24th, from 11am to 11:45pm.

There’s a real delight for piano lovers until July 20th, with 50 reworked and redecorated pianos installed by 50 different artists, giving you the chance to see planned or improvised concerts on the streets of Paris. ''Play me I’m yours'' truly deserves its name, and for its third appearance offers to ''put music and art in the heart of the city''. What’s more, by participating in it you’ll be helping a good cause, the SAMU Social, who’ll house the instruments in their buildings. If you want to find out where and when these concerts are going to take place, head over the ''Play me I’m yours'' Facebook page.

Do:
With the beautiful weather we’re having, Parisians and tourists alike will want to swim in cool, refreshing water or work on their tan. Luckily for all of us, we’ve got what you need:
On the Seine, the floating pool and retractable roof of the Josephine Backer swimming pool guarantees total well-being. The address: quai François Mauriac 75013 PARIS. Entry: 3€
A little more expensive, the Piscine Molitor in the XVI arrondissement offers a truly classy experience. Inaugurated in 1929, it was one of the hottest places in Paris for over 60 years before closing for a quarter of a century. On May 20th, completely renovated, it opened its doors once again. However, it’ll cost you 200€ to spend the day there…
And don’t forget the beach… in Paris? Yes, the Voie Georges Pompidou (4th) and the Bassin de la Villette (19th) have been transformed for the summer, sporting deck-chairs and soft sand. Free entry.
In case you didn’t get enough of Brazil this summer, come and dance a little samba at the Paris tropical carnival on the evening of Saturday July 5th. 4000 costumed revelers from all over the world will be on the streets of the 11th arrondissement.
So get on down to Place de la Nation on Saturday July 5th from 2pm and get ready to party.
http://lecarnavaltropicaldeparis.fr

We’ll be back after the holidays with the autumn edition of ''What’s up in Paris'' in September!


Video content: Welcome to our great new monthly magazine, dedicated to bringing you the best sights, sounds and experiences that Paris has to offer!
So sit down, make yourself comfortable and read ''What’s up in Paris''. We’ve got everything you need for July and August 2014, whatever your age.

Live:
This July, come and share the passion of World Cup football with those around you. It’s true that the best part of this event is sharing the highs and lows in a vibrant atmosphere, so we’ve selected two of the best places to go for goals and good times!
If you’re in the city and not looking to blow your budget, try the Hide Out. This well-known Irish bar is only a stone’s throw from the Forum des Halles and the Marais and boasts 7 big screens that’ll show every World Cup match. The party doesn’t stop once the final whistle’s blown though- there’s a 12th century cellar downstairs with drinks and a dance floor.
If you want a table, we recommend booking in advance. Here’s the address:
http://www.hideout-bar.com

If you’re looking for some fresh air and an evening on the river, head down to the Port des Champs Elysées and the Kia Cabanna peniche. Created by the eponymous car maker, this is a great place to watch a match, sip a caipirinha, discover the latest Brazilian designers and even take capoeira classes. Come and join the party until July 13th 2014!
To find out more, head to the Kia website: foot.kia.com

You’ll also want to take your kids out to enjoy the wonderful weather and give them memories they’ll never forget…
For example, go down to the river by the Eiffel Tower and take a cruise along the river to discover the mysteries of Paris. Spend an hour on board with a storyteller and unlock all the city’s secrets… So, whether you’re six or sixty, if you can’t answer these questions:
Who is the strange little red man in the Tuileries gardens?
What is the monstrous fish lurking in the Seine?
Then you’ll want to book a tour at:
http://www.vedettesdeparis.fr
What’s more, it’s free for kids under 4!

Or maybe you’d prefer to take them on a picnic to the oldest zoo on Earth. Oh yes, the Jardin des Plantes was the very first animal park, and is ready to host you and your family amongst its five hectares. If you don’t mind eating with monkeys or other wild animals, this is a great place for a country picnic in the heart of Paris!
For more information:
www.mnhn.fr

See:
Fans of the silver screen will love the Fête du Cinéma… the show will run until July 9th.
All of the screenings cost 3.50€ per ticket except 3D screenings, for which you’ll need to pay a little extra. This is a great opportunity to see new films or revisit the classics- for example, try the latest Clint Eastwood blockbuster, Jersey Boys.

If you’d rather spend time outdoors and take advantage of the best views in Paris, take a table on a terrace for a drink or something to eat. The ''Perchoir'' covers 250m² on the roof of the BHV, and offers a range of cocktails and finger food. Come and take a tranquil little break, day or night, and enjoy a view of the rooftops of the capital.
Find out more: http://www.bhv.fr

For those of you who love all that glitters… from now until the 20th of July, come and see the jewelry collection of the patron saint of Naples, San Genaro, exhibited for the first time outside of Italy. The ''Trésor de Naples'' exhibition is held at the Musée Maillol, and is a great opportunity to come and admire the Saint’s Miter, created in 1713 by Matteo Treglia and covered with 3326 diamonds and 198 emeralds.
For more information, come to: www.museemaillol.com

Hear:
On Thursday, August 14th, you’ll have the opportunity to see Dany Brillant in a free concert at the Tuileries gardens as part of the Festival de Jazz, organized by Marcel Campion.
This is an outdoor concert you do not want to miss. And if you’re feeling adventurous beforehand, have some fun at the fairground or take a spin on the Big Wheel overlooking the Champs Elysées. All the fun of the fair has come to the Tuileries- every day until August 24th, from 11am to 11:45pm.

There’s a real delight for piano lovers until July 20th, with 50 reworked and redecorated pianos installed by 50 different artists, giving you the chance to see planned or improvised concerts on the streets of Paris. ''Play me I’m yours'' truly deserves its name, and for its third appearance offers to ''put music and art in the heart of the city''. What’s more, by participating in it you’ll be helping a good cause, the SAMU Social, who’ll house the instruments in their buildings.
If you want to find out where and when these concerts are going to take place, head over the ''Play me I’m yours'' Facebook page.

Do:
With the beautiful weather we’re having, Parisians and tourists alike will want to swim in cool, refreshing water or work on their tan. Luckily for all of us, we’ve got what you need:
On the Seine, the floating pool and retractable roof of the Josephine Backer swimming pool guarantees total well-being. The address: quai François Mauriac 75013 PARIS. Entry: 3€
A little more expensive, the Piscine Molitor in the XVI arrondissement offers a truly classy experience. Inaugurated in 1929, it was one of the hottest places in Paris for over 60 years before closing for a quarter of a century. On May 20th, completely renovated, it opened its doors once again. However, it’ll cost you 200€ to spend the day there…
And don’t forget the beach… in Paris? Yes, the Voie Georges Pompidou (4th) and the Bassin de la Villette (19th) have been transformed for the summer, sporting deck-chairs and soft sand. Free entry.
In case you didn’t get enough of Brazil this summer, come and dance a little samba at the Paris tropical carnival on the evening of Saturday July 5th. 4000 costumed revelers from all over the world will be on the streets of the 11th arrondissement.
So get on down to Place de la Nation on Saturday July 5th from 2pm and get ready to party.
http://lecarnavaltropicaldeparis.fr

We’ll be back after the holidays with the autumn edition of ''What’s up in Paris'' in September!

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