A look at some late winter events in Paris

A look at some late winter events in Paris

Paris doesn’t do downtime. There’s always something exciting going on in the City of Light. During your stay at the Hotel Alizé Grenelle at the end of February, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Here we present three of the events that have our team excited…


The unmissable Paris Agricultural Show

Among all the international trade fairs hosted by the Paris Expo exhibition centre, the Paris International Agriculture Show remains unquestionably the most popular, boasting a consistently impressive attendance each year. A showcase for agriculture in all its diversity, it offers plenty of interest for the whole family. Presentations of farm animals, tasting of artisanal produce, meetings with producers and farmers, conferences, equipment, agricultural competitions, and a look at nature and the rural lifestyle… It’s all here. However, remember to book your tickets in advance so as not to waste any time queuing.


The cultural wealth of Paris

We also recommend two very different cultural events. The first is taking place at the Institut Giacometti and focuses on a fascinating project by two surrealist artists, Alberto Giacometti and Salvador Dali. In the 1930s, they combined their creativity to design a garden for the wealthy art patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles. Sketches, drawings, sculptures, and installations all add to the wonder of these Jardins de Rêve. The second event takes us to a new digital art space, the Grand Palais Immersif in the buildings of the Opéra Bastille. This exhibition combining giant projections and interactive devices immerses us in the magnificence of Venice Revealed. A fascinating insight.


Even in late winter, Paris offers a wealth of special experiences. When you take a relaxing break at the Hotel Alizé Grenelle, you will be ideally located to make the most of it all!


Paris Agricultural Show
Institut Giacometti

Photo: Parilov

Hotel Alizé Grenelle, a 3-star hotel in the heart of Paris located near the Eiffel Tower