Paris Travel Planner   Sunday in Paris, France
Many shops and some restaurants are closed, but the churches are open and filled with music, and the wonderful fountains at the Cháteau de Versailles may be playing....





They're open and busy, with services and, in many cases, special organ recitals and concerts.


Many shops are closed, especially those not in the most touristy areas. But flea markets spring to life, as does the Bird Market (Marché aux Oiseaux).


Most are open and busy, and on the first Sunday of the month, some offer free admission.

Château de Versailles

The Grandes Eaux (wonderful fountain displays) happen on Sundays in summer, and there's free admission on the first Sunday of each month. More...


Métro, RER suburban trains, and city buses run less frequently, but still give good service.


Special roller-blading tours are held in good weather. With less traffic on some streets, it's a good day to take that Velib' (bicycle) ride through the city.

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Organist of Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France

Enjoy an organ concert at the Église de Saint-Sulpice, then climb to the loft and meet the organist (in this case, Daniel Roth). More...

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