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What To Expect in Paris This February 2021

January 20, 2021
Paris is one of those cities that you just want to travel to. To see the iconic sights, to taste their amazing food, and to meet great people. Unfortunately, this past year put your all travel plans to a halt. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, practically the whole world had to stop traveling for a while. But now, as 2021 seems to start on a good note, it's possible international travel will be normal again. And if you still have plans to go to the French capital when you can, here are some great events to expect this February 2021.
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021


'Dalí, the Endless Enigma' at Atelier des Lumières(Starts January 29)

It's no secret that Salvador Dalí was one of the greatest artists of all time. It wasn't just he put surrealism into the forefront, it's that he changed the way people saw, thought of, and even made art. So it's no wonder why the Atelier des Lumières will be holding a new and exciting exhibition in his tribute. Entitled 'Dalí, The Endless Enigma,' you'll get to see the Spanish artist's best works illuminated unto the walls of one of Paris's best museums. See every stroke, every detail, and every shade of the hues he used. It'll start on January 29, 2021, but it will likely draw more crowds by February.
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Atelier des Lumières


Suzanne Vega Concert (February 4)

Suzanne Vega is an American singer-songwriter that has captured people's hearts and admiration in her decades-long career. With a heavy focus on alternative rock and folk music, she's no exactly the most popular artist out there. But that doesn't make her or her music any less good! In fact, she has amassed quite a fanbase over the years, even here in France. So this February 4, 2021, at the L'Olympia in the 9th arrondissement, she is holding a concert for her legion of admirers. She'll be one of the first international artists to perform in the French capital since the pandemic!
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Wikimedia Commons


Chinese New Year (February 12)

On February 12, 2021, Paris, as well as the rest of the world, will celebrate the Chinese New Year. That day will officially start the year of the ox. However, the French capital will have already had a fresh start. Some parts of the city will celebrate the holiday a little sooner, particularly from January 24 to 25, 2021. Still, the major celebration is really this February. Think red Chinese lanterns decorating the beautiful districts of Paris. Dragon dances parading around the iconic monuments. And, of course, Chinatown will be busier than ever before! It'll be a citywide celebration, that's for sure!
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Wikimedia Commons


Valentine's Day (February 14)

As Paris is often referred to as 'The City of Love,' there's arguably no other place to celebrate Valentine's Day than right here! Who wouldn't want to spend the 'day of love,' with one's significant other in one of, if not the most romantic city in the world? And there are so many dating options too! Ranging from cruising along the Seine River to treating your partner to a great meal in a great restaurant, you'll have no problem spending a lovey-dovey day together. Also, don't forget your gift! Some sweets like chocolates or macarons will often do!
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Wikimedia Commons


Disneyland Paris Reopens (February 21)

For many of the young kids and the young-at-heart out there, one of the worst things about having to stay at home during the pandemic was not going to Disneyland. For the first time since it was first built decades ago, the famous park had to close down for a long white. And yes, even the one here in Paris. However, that's all about to change this February. Though it's not 100% confirmed, there's reason to believe that Disneyland Park will finally reopen on December 22, 2021. Or at the very least, there's reason to believe it will happen, at least, for now.
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Wikimedia Commons


Matisse Exhibition in Centre Pompidou (Ends on February 22)

If you're a fan of Henri Matisse, the great expressionist artist of the early 20th-century, then you better hurry on up! The moment you're allowed to go anywhere in Paris, head straight to the famous Centre Pompidou museum to catch its Matisse Exhibition. A number of his most famous works are displayed there now, for all the world to see. And while you can still explore it online, there's really no replacing seeing such masterpieces up close and personal. The current Matisse exhibition started back on October 21, 2020, and will end this February 23, 2021.
What To Expect in Paris This February 2021
Source: Wikimedia Commons

This February 2021 might just be Paris' ultimate comeback! Since a vaccine against the Covid-19 pandemic is now available, it's possible the many events scheduled for this upcoming month in the French capital will push through! Here's to hoping!

And if you do get lucky to go to Paris this February, make sure you go for a luxury rental for your home here! No other place will suffice!




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