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A Trip to Paris in July and August, 1792
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Yes, July and August are crowded and the weather may be very hot and humid, but as mentioned, not likely to be cold and rainy. And, the days are longer in summer. There are ways to skip lines at the most popular places. If you aren't used to, or don't care for, hot/humid weather, you can still enjoy Paris . The cheapest flight from Philadelphia to Paris was found 87 days before departure, on average. Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price. High season is considered to be June, July and August. The cheapest month to fly is October.
Paris in the 17th century was the largest city in Europe, with a population of half a million, matched in size only by London. It was ruled in turn by three monarchs; Henry IV, Louis XIII, and Louis XIV, and saw the building of some of the city's most famous parks and monuments, including the Pont Neuf, the Palais Royal, the newly joined Louvre and Tuileries Palace, the Place des Vosges, and. In the provinces, the Great Fear of July led the peasants to rise against their lords. The nobles and the bourgeois now took fright. The National Constituent Assembly could see only one way to check the peasants; on the night of August 4, , it decreed the abolition of the feudal regime and of the on August 26 it introduced the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen.
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Paris is not nearly as deserted in August as some travel guides claim; they tend to be many years behind the times. In the old days, Paris did become very quiet in August, and a lot of places did close. This is far less common today. Small boutiques sometimes close, but a great many places stay open.
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Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. Those who plan Paris vacations around the numerous annual festivals add that little dash of something extra to their trip. Spring visitors may hear the revelry of the Villette Festival wafting through the streets in May, while summer is filled with music and celebration, from the Jazz Festival to Bastille Day.
A Few Highlights in August Through September 2nd: Paris Plage (Paris Beach) turns three locations around the city into an ideal place to relax, read, picnic, or stroll up and down temporary boardwalks. In the evenings, free live concerts and drink-sipping on outdoor terraces along the Seine River are huge draw cards for the adults.
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Berthold Trenkel / Getty Images. July 14th: Bastille Day marks the beginning of the French revolution and the country's long, chaotic road to becoming a republic. Similar in spirit to American Independence Day or Canada Day, La Fête de la Bastille is a fascinating cultural offers you the chance to see top-notch fireworks or organize a Parisian-style picnic in one of the city's.
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12 July – 3 August (Dates to be confirmed) This summer, Paris continues its year tradition of hosting the Quartier d’Été Festival. Also known as the Paris Summer Arts Festival, this is your chance to surround yourself with artistic showcases ranging from dance ensembles, theatrical acts .Paris Travel Tips.
The weather in Paris is mild throughout the year. Highs during the months of December, January and February stay in the mids while highs in June, July and August are close to 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
Nighttime lows stay above freezing during the winter and are in the 50s during the summer months.Paris during and after the French Revolution ( to midth century) The French Revolution of destroyed those vestiges of the seigneurial systems that had remained in Paris and consolidated the status of Paris as the capital of a centralized major events of the Revolution took place in Paris, including the storming of the Bastille (J ); the conveying of the King.