visiting the City Hall and Notre Dame Saturday 7 th.

Whether you're in Paris or not, you can join in the excitement around Her Majesty The Queen's visit to France. Her Majesty The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will arrive in Paris on Thursday afternoon, and will depart from Paris on Saturday. During this time, they will carry out a number of engagements, both public and private. They will also be participating in the commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the Normandy Landings, as will the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Prime Minister and many other ministers and MPs.

If you want to come in person to events in Paris :

Saturday 7 June : Hotel de Ville - Arrive in good time but definitely by 9.30 This will be an opportunity to see the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh as they make their way past the waiting public into the Hotel de Ville. To welcome the Queen there will be both a piper as well as the famous and very impressive Republican Guard who will play both for the Queen’s arrival and her departure after the short meeting with the Mayor.

The public viewing areas will be on the Parvis de d’Hôtel de Ville, 1er Arrondissement.
Nearest metro stations: Hôtel de Ville, Chatelet.
Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh are expected to arrive at 10am
Marche aux Fleurs - Arrive by 10.00
The Queen will be visiting the Marche aux Fleurs, Place Louis Lépine. There will be music before HMQ arrives. Public access will be restricted.

Public viewing areas will be on Place Louis Lépine, on the île de la Cité. Access will be from Boulevard du Palais and Rue de la Cité only. No access via the Marché aux Fleurs.
Nearest metro stations: Châtelet, Hotel de Ville, St-Michel and RER St-Michel Notre-Dame. Cité metro station will be closed.
Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh are expected to arrive at 10.30


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