Marchés de Noël in Paris
Champs-Elysées Christmas Market – Marché de Noël sur les Champs-Elysées
Paris 8th – 19 November 2010, 3 January 2011 – Open everyday 11 to 22:30
champs elysees christmas market 2010
From Place de la Concorde to the end of the Champs Elysees, 160 charming, decorated and painted white, which invite you to discover crafts and festive food lovers. For all ages and all budgets.
European Christmas village “Trocadéro on ice”
Paris 16th – 9 to 29 December 2010 – Open everyday 10 to 21h.
Sixty wooden chalets around a 350m² ice rink (free entry, skate hire €5), allowing a variety of products to the traditional colors of the countries of the European Union.
This market titled European Christmas Village (2nd edition) is organized by the festival committee and the works of the sixteenth arrondissement town hall in partnership with UNICEF and offers offer Christmas decorations, gastronomy and numerous folkloric shows (Swedish choir, Austrian concert…)
Paris 16th – 40, rue Jean de la Fontaine
75016 Paris – 4 to 19 December 2010
Minstrels, jugglers, acrobats and bands lead you in a round that combines entertainment, activities, workshops for children, carousel and Christmas market.
Extravaganza Auteuil is organized to host Apprentices of Auteuil, educate, train and insert young people in extreme difficulty in school, social and family life.
Maison de l’Alsace
8th – 39 avenue des Champs-Elysées, 75008 Paris – 26 November to 23 December 2010
A 100% Alsatian Christmas market…: christmas decorations and baubles, marquetry, jams, gingerbreads, table cloths, Hansi decorations, books, bredele, baerewacke, chocolates, artisanal pottery, earthenware and crystal, fabrics, Alsatian wines, foies gras, etc… Hot Alsatian wine tasting, Christmas tea and gingerbread!
Place Saint Germain-des-Prés
6th – 3 December 2010 to 2 January 2011
More than 25 cabins installed place Saint-Germain-des-Pres, are waiting to celebrate Christmas with you.
6th – 11 December to 24 December 2010
With 50 chalets decorated in Saint-Sulpice looks like a festival to attract adults and kids.
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