Enjoy a shopping spree at the Foire de Paris

Enjoy a shopping spree at the Foire de Paris

Published on in Fair and trade show

Give in to temptation, to gluttony, to desire, and to the Foire de Paris (Paris Fair). The trade fair dedicated to shopping but also to the art de vivre is back at the Paris Expo exhibition centre from April 27th to May 8th. It’s the perfect time to take a break at the Vice Versa Hotel, where the decor evokes the seven deadly sins. You can certainly indulge your laziness as you will only be a six-minute walk from the event!


One fair, five sectors

There are two ways to enjoy the Foire de Paris. Go on an adventure and wander at whim, enjoying meeting exhibitors and checking out new products along the way, or carefully study the layout of the different sectors in advance and plan your route. The fair is divided into five different areas: house and lifestyle; arts, crafts and cultures of the world; well-being, fashion and accessories; leisure and everyday life; and, finally, wine and gastronomy. In each, artisans, creators, and inventors will be happy to share their passions and introduce you to their products. 


A wealth of entertainment

There is always something going on at the Foire de Paris. You will be able to meet an architect and discuss your house projects with them, admire the competitors of the French barbecue championship, decide between the street art artists who exhibit outside and, above all, participate in the largest Afro-Caribbean festival in Europe. More than 60 shows, parades, and concerts are scheduled in the programme. You can find all the information on the official website of the event.


After a visit to the Foire de Paris, you’ll probably be tired and happy to return to the welcoming and warm setting of the Vice Versa Hotel. Why not treat yourself to a session of pure relaxation in the hammam or a refreshing drink from the Honesty Bar to recover from your busy day?


Foire de Paris

Photo credit: Vladimir Borovic

Hotel Vice Versa, a 4-star boutique hotel in the heart of Paris 15th