Spending your Vacation in Paris during May to June 2018

Louvre Museum Tours

Paris Tourist Attractions

Paris is a world-renowned place because of its aesthetically pleasing tourist attractions, and millions of travelers visit the place every year. From Eiffel Tower to world-class museums, Paris has more than enough to attract the tourists. Many events are held in Paris occasionally. Be it art lovers or music admirers, below are a few events that you can see on your trip to Paris during May to June 2018.


Japanese collective teamLab puts a new spin on art with installations by using new technology for an amazing experience at the Grande Halle de la Villette. From June 01, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris will host the exhibition “Zao Wou-Ki: Space is Silence”, which explores the work of one of the most important Chinese painters. While at the Musée du Louvre during June 07 to September 10, you could see the golden age of pastel painting in Europe featuring hundreds of works, which reveal the complexity of this art.


The French Open is held at Roland Gross and this is a great chance to see all the famous tennis players at Porte d’Auteuil. On May 08, you could see the French Cup football final 2018 at the Stade de France, whereas on June 02 – 03, Women’s French Cup Final will be held. The Rugby top 14 final will also be held on June 02, at Stade de France to decide the top French club of the season.

The Prix du Jockey Club will be held at the Chantilly racecourse on June 03, while the Prix de Diane Longines will be on June 17. Towards the end of June, Open de France will be held at the Golf National de Guyancourt.

Concerts and Shows

The National Opera of Ukraine will perform “The marriage of Figaro” at the Palais des Congrès de Paris on May 26 and 27. For classical music enthusiasts, the great pianist Mikhael Pletnev will do a concert at the Philharmonie de Paris on May 29, which has a huge line-up of top orchestras to celebrate the arrival of summer: The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Orchestre de Paris, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, and the Philadelphia Orchestra.

In June, Ramin Djawadi, the composer of Game of Thrones, will be at the AccorHotels Arena on May 12, and you could even see Katy Perry performing live on May 29 and 30.