WHAT TO DO IN PARIS FOR EASTER 🐰
Easter is the holiday that our children are looking forward to!
It announces spring, delights our taste buds and brings us together around traditional and cultural activities.
Today Kidiwi offers you a blog article around Easter, the activities to be carried out, the exceptional places to visit for the occasion or our favorite master chocolatiers.
Come with us to Paris to discover what Easter has in store for you, for a fun and unforgettable weekend!
1- THE TRADITIONAL EGG HUNT
Impossible to miss the unmissable Easter egg hunt, a great delight for the little ones.
Several hunts are to be discovered in Paris and its surroundings; we offer you some of them:
8 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, 75010 Paris, this is where you will discover the unmissable Choco-story. This famous museum will immerse you in the history of gourmet pleasure with demonstrations, workshops, chocolate makers will make your mouth water!
Easter wouldn’t be Easter without its famous chocolates.
In the form of eggs, chocolates or works of art, we offer you our selection of Parisian chocolatiers to discover (and visuals to make your mouth water even more!):
World-renowned chef, Pierre Hermé is the heir of four generations of Alsatian pastry chefs and chocolatiers. In France, Japan and the United States, Pierre Hermé, “Picasso of Pastry” brought taste and modernity to pastry.
Pierre Hermé are multiple brands to be found in the capital!
Meet at the Alain Ducasse Chocolate Factory, Le Comptoir Saint-Honoré, 9 Rue du Marché Saint-Honoré, 75001, where the cocoa is processed in the traditional way.
As a bonus: the shop and different chocolates, its ganaches and pralines... a delight!
A true chocolate artist, Patrick Roger creates subtle and surprising creations. Fine tastes, unexpected alliances and perfect textures make each tasting a unique moment. Working with chocolate in all its aspects, Patrick Roger is also known for his monumental sculptures that are as fascinating as they are gourmet.
And finally, one of our favorite places for a delicious hot chocolate is, of course, at Angélina!
The Angélina tea room, opened in 1903 by the Austrian confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer under the arcades of the rue de Rivoli, is an essential address in the capital.
Elegant and refined, the place has enchanted all of Paris for more than 110 years with its famous old-fashioned hot chocolate and its most famous pastry - "Le Mont-Blanc" combining whipped cream and chestnut cream.
And Kidiwi also offers you an activity to keep your little ones busy!
(Children and adults, because there is no age to have fun!)
We offer you exclusive Kidiwi coloring pages, inspired by our large Spring/Summer 2022 “Holiday Memories” collection!
Don’t hesitate to share your most beautiful works of art for Easter with us!We will share your little masterpieces on Monday, April 18 on our Instagram account ...
On your pencils, ready, color!