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Christmas week and its celebrations have finally arrived. Found out what Paris has got you prepared for your family holidays in the city of Lights. The Tourist in Paris made a selection for you according to your mood, if you’re in Paris between December 22, 2014 and January 4, 2015.

Dreamy
Best holiday lights in Paris

From the lights on the Champs-Elysées to the windows of the Bon Marché, enjoy with your kids one of the greatest moments of the year in the city.
Where? (Check the map below or follow the link)

Family
Free merry-go-around in Paris.
Children always like going on the merry-go-round. Good thing they are all free during the Christmas season.
When? From 11am to 9pm, everyday. Where? (Check the map below of follow the link).

Healthy
Outdoor ice skating
 in magical places
Where? On the Eiffel Tower, in front of City Hall and inside the Grand Palais. Read more here.
Want to try roller-ski? Everyday on the riverbanks from 1pm to 5pm, discover this sport with professional instructors.
Where? Port de Solférino, by the Concorde Bridge, facing the Tuileries. (Your kids must 10 years-old or ).

Shopping
At Paris Rendez-Vous
, the best place to shop quality Made in Paris souvenirs and gifts. Discover the shop in our article here. A surprise for your kids awaits inside the store (a map of Paris on a ten-meter wall to color: a fun way to discover the city).

Artsy
Discover Paris through an amazing photograph exhibition “Paris Magnum”. Read more here.
Or take your family to Le Musée des Arts forains (museum of fairground arts) for a dreamy mysterious festival (Le festival du Merveilleux) inside this extraordinary museum-show. A can’t-miss for your kids. Book here online! (from 0 to 12 euros). Read more here.
When? From December 26 to January 4, 10am-6pm. Where? Musée des Arts Forains, 53, avenue des Terroirs de France, 75012 Paris. Metro station: Cour Saint-Emilion (Line 14).

Party
Where the Parisians dance on New Year’s Eve…? The best parties and clubs right here.

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