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Paris: Bars and Nightlife
The bars and nightlife in Paris are justly renowned, and run from atmospheric (and smokey!) basements to the glitter and glamour - and expense - of the Folies Bergères.
Les Folies Bergères
Les Folies Bergère 32, rue Richer - 75009 Paris Email: email@example.com Metro: Grands Boulevards (Anc. Rue Montmartre) (lines 8 or 9) Cadet ( line 7)
The Folies Bergères is a Parisian music hall which was at the height of its fame and popularity from the 1890s through the 1920s. As of 2009 the institution is still in business. Shows featured elaborate costumes; the women's were frequently revealing, and shows often contained a good deal of nudity.
28, rue du Cardinal Lemoine 75005 Paris tel: 01 43 25 28 28 Fax : 01 43 29 63 63 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Talented artists, an original choreography, a symphony of colours and a loyalty to a great tradition : the Revue of the Paradis Latin is like a champagne cocktail of beauty and joyful living, both exciting and romantic, with its striking ballets and surprising attractions."
The theatre was built by Gustave Eiffel and inaugurated in January 1889. Vvisit one of the most beautiful halls in Paris on the website, it features 360 degree panoramas of the auditorium.
36 rue du Departe 75015 Paris tel: 01 42 79 94 94 e-mail: email@example.com
Turn up your speakers when you visit this site! "The Brasil Tropical cabaret, happy audience with rhythm of samba and bossa nova. Enjoy the real brazilian dinner!"
Bal du Moulin Rouge
Place Blanche, 18th arrondissement Tel: 46 06 00 19 / Fax: 42 23 02 00 Metro:Blanche
"The Prestigious Cabaret of Paris, 60 Doriss Girls, 1000 new costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins, amazing international attractions, the famous French Cancan."
First Show at 9:00 PM with or without dinner (every day).
Second Show at 11:00 PM (every day)
The Moulin Rouge ('The Red Windmill') takes its name from one of the windmills that used to be in Montmartre district and is known as the birthplace of the infamous can-can. Baz Luhrmann's recent movie really did NOT do it justice!
You can book dinners/shows/tours online here. Differences between similar offerings usually centre on menus or size of group (minibuses max out at 8), pick-up etc.
Lido de Paris
116 bis, ave des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris. Tel: 40 76 56 10 / Fax 45 61 19 41 Metro:George V
First Show at 9:30 PM with or without dinner (every day).
Second Show at 11:30 PM (every day).
"The Most Famous Nightclub in the World", or so they claim! Originally was a 20's nightclub based on the Lido beach in Venice - not that you'd know it today...
The Lido hosts three of Paris' most famous cabaret nights: 'Bonheur', 'Plaisir' and "Panache" featuring the famous Bluebell Girls.
Avenue Georges V, Paris Tel: 01 47 23 32 32 Fax: 01 47 23 48 26 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Metro : line n1: George V; line n9: Alma-Marceau
"The Crazy Horse will make you discover "the art of the nude", through their famous show "Taboo", the new 1h40mn show featuring 20 sculptural dancers and two class variety acts. This is the only place in the world where the most beautiful girls in Europe are glorified by music and light."
The Crazy Horse is non-smoking (believe it!), this is the original, though of course there's also an exact replica in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
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