January 2024 marks the beginning of a promising year for art and culture enthusiasts in Paris. With a variety of captivating exhibitions scheduled for this month, the City of Light continues to shine with its artistic richness and cultural dynamism. Here's an overview of the must-see exhibitions of the month, along with practical information for visitors.

1. Exhibition "The Golden Age of the Renaissance" - Louvre Museum

Dive into the fascinating era of the Renaissance and discover the masterpieces that defined this pivotal period in art history. From January 15th to February 28th, 2024, the Louvre Museum presents an exceptional retrospective highlighting the artists and innovations of this era.

Price Range: Between €12 and €17, depending on reduced rates and additional exhibitions.

Website: www.louvre.fr

Distance from Europe Hôtel Paris Eiffel: Approximately 3 km.

2. Exhibition "Picasso and the Moderns" - Centre Pompidou

The Centre Pompidou pays tribute to one of the greatest masters of modern art, Pablo Picasso, with an exhibition exploring his influence and relationship with other modern artists. Not to be missed from January 10th to March 20th, 2024.

Price Range: Between €14 and €18, with discounts available for students and groups.

Website: www.centrepompidou.fr

Distance from Europe Hôtel Paris Eiffel: Approximately 2.5 km.

3. Exhibition "Plural Femininities" - Musée d'Orsay

The Musée d'Orsay offers an exploration of the representation of femininity in art from the 19th century to the present day. This exhibition showcases iconic works reflecting the diversity and complexity of female experiences.

Price Range: Between €12 and €16, with special rates for certain visitor categories.

Website: www.musee-orsay.fr

Distance from Europe Hôtel Paris Eiffel: Approximately 4 km.

For visitors staying at the Europe Hôtel Paris Eiffel, these exhibitions are easily accessible thanks to the capital's excellent public transport connections. Enjoy your stay immersing yourself in the Parisian artistic universe and discovering the cultural treasures the city has to offe