Celebrate Bastille Day in Paris

Celebrate Bastille Day in Paris

Published on July 1, 2023 in Paris "OUT"

As everywhere else in France, July 14th, Bastille Day in Paris means celebratory balls and fireworks displays. However, that’s not all that will be taking place; a host of other festive events add to the atmosphere of general jubilation. Come and enjoy your stay at the C.O.Q. Hotel and experience the fun and excitement of the Fête Nationale in Paris!


Dancing into July 14th

A well-established tradition appreciated by all generations, the firefighter's ball remains a must. The various Parisian barracks will welcome you on the evening of July 13th for a night of conviviality and sharing around an eclectic selection of music designed to appeal to all ages, from the youngest to the oldest. You can head, for example, to the Caserne Masséna barracks, less than 10 minutes away by car. However, if you’re looking for a more electronic ambiance, you won’t want to miss the big Garden Party on July 14th at the Paris Longchamp racecourse. Gallop races, food trucks, DJ sets and dancing on the grass await you in a supercharged atmosphere.


The classic events not to be missed

Between your two evenings hitting the dance floor, on July 13th and 14th, don't miss the highlights of the Bastille Day celebrations. First, go to the Champs-Élysées, which will be completely decked out in decorations and cleared of car traffic, to see the great military parade in which French military personnel take part in full dress uniform. In the evening, Parisians gather at the foot of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy a performance by the Grand Orchestre de France. The concert ends with a spectacular fireworks display!


At the C.O.Q. Hotel, you will be in the perfect location to enjoy all the celebrations of July 14th in Paris. Our team will, of course, be happy to help you organise your day and make the most of it!


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