Is December a good time to go to Paris?
December is a wonderful time to visit Paris. The weather is cold and crisp, but the city is in full swing, with busy cafes, beautiful lights & decorations on the streets, and an interesting cultural program for locals and visitors alike.
Is it safe to visit Paris in December?
In December, it’s generally pretty brisk and cold, although in recent years there have been unusual warm spells or many more days than usual where temperatures reach seasonal maximums. I generally advise travelers to pack plenty of warm sweaters, a waterproof coat, hat and shoes, gloves, scarves and warm socks.
Is it cold in Paris in December?
December in Paris is cold and tends to be mostly cloudy. There will be, however, several days when the skies are partly to mostly sunny. Daytime high temperatures tend to be mostly between mid-40s F (6-8C) with a few of the warmer afternoons, early in the month getting up into the mid-50s F (13-14C).
When should you not go to Paris?
With an average of 27 million visitors per year, Paris is the most visited city in the world. Although the city is bustling year-round, the summer (July–Aug) is the worst time to visit, since most Parisians flee the city while most tourists crowd into the city then.
Does Paris shut down at Christmas?
The whole city is in holiday mode with the shops, squares, and streets festooned with seasonal decorations. We adore being here on Christmas Day. Remember, though, if you will be here on December 25, most restaurants and activities are fermé — closed — so you must be sure to plan ahead.
Is Disneyland Paris good in December?
Along with January and February, the Disneyland weather in December is the coldest of the year. Temperatures will hover around 6°C but there’s little chance of snow and it’s sunnier than in the UK. Many visitors love the crisp and slightly chilly climate at Disneyland Paris before Christmas.