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Top Reasons to Visit France in 2021

France welcomed nearly 90 million visitors in 2019 and as soon as the borders reopen to international visitors, we look forward to welcoming you once more. As you can imagine, quite a number of inaugurations and major events in 2020 have been significantly delayed or postponed. Here’s a quick rundown on what’s been moved to…

Major Openings

Paris Bourse de Commerce |Collection Pinault | January 23, 2021 This new contemporary art museum is now scheduled to open on January23, 2021. Designed by architect Tadao Ando, it will be housed in the former Commodity Exchange, the Bourse du Commerce, in the heart of the city. The dome topped building with 3000 square meters…

Events and Anniversaries

MAJOR ANNIVERSARIES Nice, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur – From January 17, 2020 January 17, 2020 was the kick-off of the MAMAC’s 30th anniversary. A series of events and exhibitions are taking place to punctuate throughout the year to celebrate. Rouen, Normandy – Starting in December 2020 Normandy, and Rouen in particular, will celebrate starting this December and…

Our Partners

France is full of places to discover -whether secondary cities or off-the-beaten-path regions. Hotel lover? We’ve got new openings and collections. Cultural excursions? France is brimming with museum exhibitions and cultural centers to check out. Click through the Hotels and Destinations and Story Ideas headers to learn more about all of our partners’ offerings. Below…

The most awaited exhibitions in France

2020/2021 Mulhouse/Grand Est – Cité de l’automobile | Through January 10, 2021 “Lamborghini, an icon of popular culture” By bringing together the brand’s flagship models, designed by renowned automakers and designers, rare archive material, and creative works, via the world of rock and landmark films, the exhibition offers visitors a unique opportunity to gain an…

The most awaited exhibitions in Paris/Paris region

2020/2021 Atelier des Lumières | Through January 3, 2021 “Monet, Renoir… Chagall. Journeys around Mediterranean” Monet, Renoir, and Chagall: Journeys Around the Mediterranean’ presents visitors with an itinerary that spans the period between Impressionism and modernism. After the exhibition devoted to Van Gogh, the new digital exhibition will highlight the link between artistic creativity and…