The annual harvest fest in Montmartre, Paris will be taking place October 9 to 13, 2013. This years theme focuses on the topic of Amour / Love. And what better place than paris to celebrate a love fest?
The 80th Anniversary of the ” Fete des Vendages” Montmartre Grape Harvest Festival is a massive 5 day event dedicated to the 18th Arrondissement of Paris (Home of Dalida, Place du Tertre, Dali Museum, great views overlooking Paris, Sacre Coeur etc). Lots of free activities day and night including walking tours, wine and food tastings and gallery shows in one of paris most beautiful and iconic neighborhoods.
Perfect for a romantic night stroll around Montmartre. As the crowd winds down and the Sacre Coeur lights up.
City Hall of the 18th District
1, place Jules-Joffrin
Metro: Jules Joffrin
Not to be missed is one of this year exhibitions as they pay tribute to one of Paris’ beloved artist that resides in the 18th – MISS.TIC One of my favorite female artists at the W Gallery.
A Urban icon of street art who was born in Montmartre to Tunisian parents. Miss.Tic also created the official poster for the festival.
Galerie W Montmartre
44 rue Lepic
To see a more detailed list of events through the fest head on over to the Montmartre wine festival website.
Things not to be missed in the Area:
Musical Fireworks at Sacre Coeur – 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre 75018 Paris, France
Miss.Tic at Gallerie W Montmartre – 44 rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France
A walk along Rue Lepic to the little cafe that Amelie worked: Caf? des 2 Moulins – 15 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France
Discover one of paris best covered markets and its produce with a guided tour:
March? de la Chapelle
10 rue de L?Olive, 75018 Paris, France
Metro: Marx Dormoy (Line 12)
Date: Sunday Oct 13th at 12:30pm.
Visit the Montmartre vineyards, or an exposition on the Parisian Vineyards
Mairie 18th (City Hall of the 18th)
1 Place Jules Joffrin, Paris, 75018, France
Date : September 14 2013 – October 5th 2013
Monday to Fridays 8:30 am to 5 pm, and Thursdays until 7:30 pm .
This is a great festival if you love food and Paris! It’s a gastronomical delight as the 18th arrondissement still has some of the best restaurants and artisans in paris.
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