Things to Do in Paris in January
Paris in January has a certain tranquil and romantic charm to it. With January being the peak winter month in the French capital, the days during this month are short, temperatures low, and the entire city at its most comfortable pace. In addition to being the quietest time of the year, the month of January is also great to explore Paris just like a local, that too at costs that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
Being the low season, you can find a myriad of things to do in Paris in January, from exploring the Christmas markets in the city, or spending a lot of time at the art galleries and museums here, among other things. Paris in January is also known for its many different events, from exclusive exhibitions and food tours, to fashion weeks as well.
When thinking of what to do in Paris in January, not only can you head over to visit the Eiffel Tower with a cup of delicious hot cocoa and soak in pristine views of this iconic structure, but also explore the Palace of Versailles, without the rush of crowds. You can even attend a world class opera performance at Palais Garnier, or explore the secretive Catacombs below the Parisian streets.