Posts Tagged ‘Rosa Bonheur’

Nightlife in Paris: Rosa Bonheur

Nightlife in Paris: Free and Fabulous Places to Get Your Dance On

Who says that the right to boogie should come with a price tag? Turns out that even in one of the most expensive cities in the world, a cover charge isn’t a prerequisite to indulge in an evening of dancing. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of free but fabulous places (bars and boîtes, or nightclubs) to get your dance on. Our picks reflect the variety of nightlife in Paris and ensure that you can get your groove on gratuitement.

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Paris secrets: the terrace at le Café Père et Fils

Paris Secrets: The Best Terraces on the Right Bank

It’s a fait accompli: whenever the Parisian sun gods grant the sun-deprived city dwellers a full day of blue skies, the entire populace seems to flock to the closest terrace to capitalize on the sunshine. It is with the warmest plaisir that we divulge yet another round of Paris secrets—this time the city’s best terraces on the right bank—to ensure that you, too, can partake in this sunny ritual. After all, you never know when the sun will bestow its rays on the City of (Nocturnal) Light again.

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Nightlife in Paris: Chez Moune

Nightlife in Paris: Clubs and Concert Venues

A successful night out in Paris involves more than just looking up the nearest club, cover charges and closing times. In fact, nightlife in Paris requires a nuanced understanding of each venue’s clientele, dress code and atmosphere. This edition of our nightlife in Paris series proposes a selection of club and concert venues with equal amounts of swagger and fantasy. While some of these spots have become the darlings of the Paris nightlife scene, we’ve avoided the run-of-the-mill powerhouses that dominate other reviews. Two things to remember before heading out in Paris: dress to impress and avoid long lines by arriving before midnight.

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Parc Montsouris

Summer Special: Perfect Paris Parks

Whether you’re a filmmaker or a couple of lovebirds, Paris parks are among the special places you want to head in summer. The problem is the most well-known attract too many people; by July, the Tuileries and Luxembourg gardens are dusty and bursting. This is when the city’s other green spaces come in handy.

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