The stars of le Rex Behind the scenes of the big screen Take a look behind the scenes at the Mecca of the big screen in Paris, Le Rex. Listed as a historical monument, this mythical site allows you to step behind the screen and access areas previously reserved to the professionals: the projection room, equipment, sound effects studio, film sets, the magic of special effects, a meeting with a cartoon star.... all aboard for a fabulous voyage interactive and fun.
Etoiles du Rex
1 bd Poissoniere 75002 Paris
From Wednesday to Sunday
From 10 am to 7 pm 01 45 08 93 58 9.5 www.legrandrex.com
until the 11 / 30 / 2014
Saint Honore Market Square Place du Marche St Honoré A former convent that became a club during the 1789 revolution and transformed into a market in the XIXth century.
The Saint Honore Square now houses a glass covered market designed by Boffill, with different offices and up-market, fashionable decoration shops. Nice unusual boutiques surround the square along with trendy restaurants which display soughtafter shades terraces in the summer. An interesting contrast between modernity and peacefulness for this tipically Parisian square.
Place du Marche St Honoré 75001 Paris
Metro: Pyramides, Opera, Tuileries Free Access
Soon in PARIS
from the 06 / 15 / 2015 to the 06 / 21 / 2015
Paris Air Show Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace Le Bourget 2013 The 50th Paris Air Show is an international trade fair for the aerospace business. It is held every odd year, alternating both with the Farnborough International Exhibition.
The Paris Air Show is a commercial air show, organised by the French aerospace industry's body whose main purpose is to demonstrate military and civilian aircraft to potential customers.
Traditionally, some major sales contracts are announced during the show (in particular Airbus and Boeing) as part of the corporate communication of the manufacturers. All major international manufacturers, as well as the military forces of several countries, attend the Paris Air Show.
Aeroport du Bourget
Take the RER B from Luxembourg, Châtelet, or Gare du Nord to Le Bourget station
Then take the Paris Air Show shuttle or Bus 152
Get off at Michelet-Parc dExpositions +33 1 53 23 33 33 34 www.paris-air-show.com
from the 04 / 12 / 2015 to the 04 / 12 / 2015
Paris marathon A legend... for runners
Paris Marathon borned in 1896 with less than 200 runners... After several years of absence, the marathon back in 1976. he route of the Paris Marathon, 42,195 km, runs across the capital. Ranked among the top 5 marathons in the world, it hosts now more than 50.000 runners.
The Champs Elysees Avenue Foch, through Bastille, nation, the Bois de Vincennes, the Trocadero, the Tuileries and wood Boulogne