The Paris International Agricultural Show is a very popular event, attracting more than 700 000 visitors from Paris, France and other countries. This year, the show will be held from Saturday 21 February to Sunday 1 March 2015 at Paris Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center. The show will be open every day from 9 am to 7 pm (8pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays). Skip the busy week-ends. Ticket price : 13 euros.
Animals lovers will be happy. This year, they will find out even more animals. Sheeps, goats, pigs, cows and bulls will all be in Pavillion 1. Horses, donkeys, and ponies will be in Pavillion 7. You will find cats and dogs in Pavillion 5 and the poultry will be in Pavillion 4. It is also possible to taste many french culinary products at the show. Be part of an established french tradition since 1963.
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Lodging in Paris was until recently expensive for young people. This is not any more the case with the opening of modern backpacker hostels such as St Christopher’s Inn Paris near Gare du Nord. Get a bed there in a dormitory for around 35 euros/night, enjoy a nice bar with lively company. The hostel is close to everything in Paris by metro. Combine a stay there with the free visit of the museums of the city of Paris, such as Carnavalet Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, eat japanese or chinese, do sightseeing and you will have a very affordable trip to one of the world’s most exciting city. More Paris hostels
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