Pollen Count

Pollen count in Paris

Paris, France has a temperate oceanic climate with mild, wet winters and warm, humid summers. Spring and fall are transition seasons with variable weather.


Pollen season in Paris typically starts in late February with tree pollen, followed by grass pollen in May and weed pollen in August. Ragweed pollen can be particularly problematic.

Paris's location in the Paris Basin and proximity to the sea can affect pollen count, with occasional spikes during dry, windy weather. However, overall pollen levels are relatively low compared to other European cities.




When pollen counts are high, we suggest doing these things to help with allergies, especially on windy days when pollen is flying around.


* The pollen count information provided for Paris is for educational purposes only, sourced from the CAMS European air quality database. We cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability. This information is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Consult a qualified healthcare provider for medical concerns. We are not medical professionals.