Easter in Paris

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Brunch at The Peninsula hotel  16 April 2017 - €120 per adult, €55€ per child - Easter tea: 45€ per person  The Peninsula hotel has restyled its brunch for Easter Sunday, in the course of which you can enjoy a jazzy atmosphere before the children take part in an exciting Easter egg hunt.  © OTCP

Brunch at The Peninsula hotel 16 April 2017 - €120 per adult, €55€ per child - Easter tea: 45€ per person The Peninsula hotel has restyled its brunch for Easter Sunday, in the course of which you can enjoy a jazzy atmosphere before the children take part in an exciting Easter egg hunt. © OTCP

At Easter time, children are invited to a historic and fun egg hunt in the medieval city of Provins. On Sunday 16 and Monday 17 April 2017, children and their families can meet at the Provins Tourist Office to go on a hunt for Easter eggs, distributed around the place by people in medieval costume.  @flytographer

At Easter time, children are invited to a historic and fun egg hunt in the medieval city of Provins. On Sunday 16 and Monday 17 April 2017, children and their families can meet at the Provins Tourist Office to go on a hunt for Easter eggs, distributed around the place by people in medieval costume. @flytographer

Egg festival at the de Gally farms  from 16 April 2017 to 16 April 2017  For their not-to-be-missed Easter event, the two de Gallypedagogical farms combine egg hunts with discovery workshops.  © OTCP-DR

Egg festival at the de Gally farms from 16 April 2017 to 16 April 2017 For their not-to-be-missed Easter event, the two de Gallypedagogical farms combine egg hunts with discovery workshops. © OTCP-DR

Founded in 1761, À la Mère de Famille is the oldest chocolate shop in Paris. With its original 1900s decor, theM shop on rue du Faubourg Montmartre is itself a treat. And it is of course famous for its chocolate and sweet creations!   Choose from some 1,200 types of confectionary: chocolates, marshmallows, boiled sweets, candied fruits, marzipan, fruit jellies, Negus de Nevers, and Bêtises de Cambrai, etc.  © Courtesy of A la mère de famille

Founded in 1761, À la Mère de Famille is the oldest chocolate shop in Paris. With its original 1900s decor, theM shop on rue du Faubourg Montmartre is itself a treat. And it is of course famous for its chocolate and sweet creations! Choose from some 1,200 types of confectionary: chocolates, marshmallows, boiled sweets, candied fruits, marzipan, fruit jellies, Negus de Nevers, and Bêtises de Cambrai, etc. © Courtesy of A la mère de famille

Easter egg hunt in the gardens of the Château de Thoiry from 16 April 2017 to 17 April 2017  © Château de Thoiry

Easter egg hunt in the gardens of the Château de Thoiry from 16 April 2017 to 17 April 2017 © Château de Thoiry

Easter at Maison Lenôtre Imagined and crafted in a traditional way (at Plaisir, 78), the recipes of the Maison Lenôtre are developed from carefully-selected products and offer exclusive chocolate combinations. Crafted by chefs who have inherited an expertise in patisserie and who have an acknowledged technical mastery, Lenôtre chocolates offer intense and surprising gourmet experiences.  © OTCP

Easter at Maison Lenôtre Imagined and crafted in a traditional way (at Plaisir, 78), the recipes of the Maison Lenôtre are developed from carefully-selected products and offer exclusive chocolate combinations. Crafted by chefs who have inherited an expertise in patisserie and who have an acknowledged technical mastery, Lenôtre chocolates offer intense and surprising gourmet experiences. © OTCP

This year, the traditional Secours Populaire Easter Egg hunt will once again take place on the Champ-de-Mars, Sunday 16 April and Monday 17 April 2017 from 10am to 5pm. 20,000 Easter eggs await kids and their parents for a day of fun and sweet treats, in support of the Secours Populaire charity.  Original picture : © @vutheara

This year, the traditional Secours Populaire Easter Egg hunt will once again take place on the Champ-de-Mars, Sunday 16 April and Monday 17 April 2017 from 10am to 5pm. 20,000 Easter eggs await kids and their parents for a day of fun and sweet treats, in support of the Secours Populaire charity. Original picture : © @vutheara

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