This club, hidden underground, was for a long time a temple for people opposing mainstream Parisian culture. The great ... More
This club, hidden underground, was for a long time a temple for people opposing mainstream Parisian culture. The great alternative movements found refuge here: punk, Gothic, hardcore techno, etc. But the times when Police and Stray Cats drew the crowds in, have long gone! Nowadays, Gibus is a temple for clubbers mad about drum & bass, hardhouse and garage. The customers are therefore young, trendy and dance until the end of the night. Unless you're 20 years old and extremely energetic, it's hard to keep up with the pace until dawn. For true ravers only.
A relatively recent addition to the city of Paris, the Opera Bastille is a round building, located right at the
Place de la Bastille. It is one of the most modern buildings in Europe. Originally created to make opera ...
Spicy is a testament to a great family dining experience. A non smoking area, entertainment for children, a terrace, and
private parking are some of the services offered. Animals are also allowed. The varied menu will keep everybody satisfied. ...
Founded in 1889, this cabaret is known the world over for its famous French cancan, forever immortalized in the paintings
of French artist Toulouse Lautrec. Today, its famous red windmill still proudly overlooks the Pigalle district. Dreamed up by ...