NUIT BLANCHE: 5 October 2019

The famous Parisian White Night is inviting you to enjoy its events across the most popular spots of the capital. You’ll be sure to see some extravagant outfits all in white – if you got it, haunt it! 

JAZZ BETWEEN THE TWO TOWERS in LaRochelle: 2 – 5 October 2019

The coastal town hosts more than 100 international musicians every year. You can listen to some breathtaking tunes across the entire city centre. 

MANOIR ASYLUM – 4 October – 17 October 2019

Every October and November, Le Manoir de Paris puts on a new horrific Halloween show! The scary storylines, costumes and music are all designed to give you a good scare – trust us, people are dying to see it. 

PRIX DE L’ARC DE TRIOMPHE: 5 – 6 October 2019

One of the biggest racing events in France returns to the Hippodrome de Longchamp in the Bois du Bologne. Trust us, you will foal under the spell of the excitement in the air! 

AMIENS REDERIE: 6 October 2019

The Amiens Rederie is one of the biggest flea markets in France. Head to Amiens to for a and enjoy the (witch)hunt for some fantastic bargains!

THE LUMIÈRE FESTIVAL IN LYON: 12 – 20 October 2019

If you follow us on Instagram, you already know that film started in Lyon with the Lumière Brothers. Enjoy more than 400 spooktacular screenings and 174 international films! 



This event is fa-boo-lous even for non-art lovers: The beauty of the Grand Palais alone will keep you in awe! The art fair displays thousands of artists represented by 2018 galleries from 24 countries. 


The show draws a crowd of over 200 000 people who come to enjoy the local cuisine, tasting sessions, workshops and educational shows. Bone appétit! 

OKTOBERFEST FRANCE: Paris 11 – 19 October and Marseille 26 October – 2 November 2019

The German style harvest celebration features beer, German cuisine and traditional German tunes: dancing is good for the soul, so enjoy the celebratory spirit in Paris and Marseille! 

MONTMARTRE WINE HARVEST:  9 – 13 October 2019

More boos, please! Head to Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement to taste some local food and (trick or) treat yourself to a glass of red. Reminiscent of the rural charm of the Champagne region, but only a couple of metro stops away!