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Parade and fireworks of July 14

This year, July 14 falls on a Saturday. What a great coincidence to plan your stay in Paris at Jack's Hotel and take the opportunity to attend the July 14 parade! An event always exceptional and solemn, full of emotion.


This day of the National Day will begin at the top of the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, at 10 am typing! The sound of trumpets and clarions will sound to mark the arrival of the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron. The drums will then reverberate, breathing a slight chill among the crowd, and the elites of the French army will descend the Champs-Elysees from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde.


There will be an aerial march of dozens of planes and helicopters. The perfect opportunity to see the Reaper drone fly over the sky of the capital. In some major streets and avenues of Paris, you can also see motorized troops and troops mounted late in the morning.


In addition to its cult military parade, Paris will enjoy the weekend to get drunk with a festive atmosphere for two days. From the traditional ball popular in fire stations to the inevitable Fireworks, through an operatic concert in the open air, the capital will make you see all the colors.


To attend the most anticipated pyrotechnic show of the year, go to the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ-de-Mars (or a strategic point to avoid the crowd) from 11 pm. For 30 minutes, the Eiffel Tower will be the scene of a show of sound and light haunting that will amaze young and old.


The most romantic will enjoy a dinner cruise on the Seine to contemplate the fireworks of July 14 in privacy.