Founded in 1936 by Jo France, the name has since become synonymous with java (popular waltzes) and accordion music. At the ... More
Founded in 1936 by Jo France, the name has since become synonymous with java (popular waltzes) and accordion music. At the time, Bastille was the liveliest working-class area in Paris. Times have changed though: nowadays the Balajo has become somewhat old-fashioned, with salsa and disco replacing the popular dances of old. Generally it's a middle-aged crowd that comes here looking for a bit of nostalgia. If you fancy somewhere completely different, this place is well worth paying a visit - even just for a look at the period decor.
The Pavillon Saint Augustin is located in the heart of Paris. The hotel is between the Madeleine and the Opera,
offering excellent access to the entirety of Paris. The hotel is located near such popular Paris attractions as the ...
Les Deux Magots legendary terrace has long been the meeting point for great writers and thinkers in Paris . Ernest
Hemingway regularly popped up at the bar, and it's no wonder that Paris's best bookstore set up shop next ...
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 ...