The Paris Pride March 2024 will take place on Saturday, June 29, 2024. As the tradition, a large podium will be installed at the end of the march for a great festive celebration. It remains to be seen whether it will be a "walk without tanks" again this year.

Paris Pride marks the beginning of the summer season in the city with parties and events galore. Each year, over 700,000 people join in the gay parade that kicks off on Saturday at 1.30 pm.

Known as Marche des Fiertés lgbtq+ Gay Pride Paris is a celebration honoring the lgbtq+Q+ community in Paris, France. Traditionally held in June this event encompasses a parade along with other festivities and engagements.

The parade itself is the highlight of this occasion. Usually occurs on the final Saturday of June from Place de la Concorde. It meanders through Pariss streets passing by landmarks like the Louvre, Marais and Place de la Bastille before concluding at Place de la République. With its ambiance and vibrant costumes the parade attracts a crowd comprising lgbtq+Q+ individuals as well as their allies and supporters.

In addition to the parade Gay Pride Paris offers an array of activities such as concerts, parties and cultural events throughout the city leading up to the event. These occasions provide opportunities for lgbtq+Q+ individuals and their allies to unite in celebration while showcasing their support, for the community.

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Here are nine tips to help you have a trip;

  1. Plan It's an idea to plan your trip well in advance especially if you're interested, in attending the Gay Pride parade in late June. This will ensure that you avoid any last minute inconveniences.
  2. Choose the accommodation; In Paris there are hotels that are lgbtq+Q+ friendly. Be sure to book a hotel that caters to lgbtq+Q+ travelers. Another option is to explore Airbnb listings in the Marais district, which is known as the heart of the gay community in Paris.
  3. Join the parade; Attending the Gay Pride parade is a must do experience while you're in Paris. The parade kicks off at Montparnasse. Ends at Place de la Bastille covering a distance of 4.5 km. Usually starting around 2 pm it continues until evening.
  4. Show your support; Dressing up in vibrant rainbow colors is a way to express your solidarity with and support for the community during the parade. You can also find rainbow flags and other merchandise available for purchase at the event.
  5. Explore the Marais district; Make sure to spend some time exploring the Marais district after attending the parade. This area boasts bars, clubs and restaurants making it an ideal place to hang out and soak up its vibrant atmosphere.
  6. Join parade celebrations; After parties are held following the Gay Pride parade offering additional opportunities for celebration and enjoyment, alongside fellow participants.
  7. Make sure to keep an eye out for flyers and posters that advertise these parties.
  8. A visit, to Paris wouldn't be complete without experiencing the magnificence of the Eiffel Tower especially when it illuminates the night sky.
  9. Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in Pariss cuisine. Be sure to sample some of their delights like croissants, macarons and escargots.
  10. Embark on a boat tour along the Seine River. Behold the citys iconic landmarks such, as Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay.
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