Be­hind closed doors

Living France - - DÉCOUVRE -

Cre­ated in 1984 by the Min­istry of Cul­ture and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion, the Journées Européennes du Pat­ri­moine (also known as Her­itage Days) of­fer an ideal op­por­tu­nity to ex­plore France’s myr­iad her­itage at­trac­tions. Tak­ing place from 1718 Septem­ber, vis­i­tors can ex­plore pub­lic build­ings such as the Élysée Palace, Se­nate, em­bassies and town halls that open to the pub­lic es­pe­cially for the oc­ca­sion. Pub­lic build­ings that are usu­ally open to the pub­lic raise their game by of­fer­ing added If you’re start­ing the sea­son in the French cap­i­tal, look out for the fash­ion pack pound­ing the pave­ments as Paris Fash­ion Week kicks off from 27 Septem­ber to 5 Oc­to­ber. If you don’t man­age to snag a ticket for a ex­tras for the week­end in­clud­ing guided tours, demon­stra­tions, work­shops and mu­si­cal per­for­mances. journees­du­pat­ri­moine. cul­turecom­mu­ni­ca­tion.gouv.fr de­signer show in a venue such as the Grand Palais ( below), get set­tled at a city cen­tre café with a glass of fizz and watch the most in­ter­est­ing run­way of all – the streets of Paris. fash­ion­weekon­line.com/paris

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