Champs-Elysees Nightlife, Paris

A haven for the arts in Europe, with its influence felt worldwide, Paris boasts a steady stream of visitors to its fine city. After dark, guests to the City of Light can enjoy a multitude of great nightlife establishments that is sure to appeal to anyone looking for a hot night on the town. Whether its live DJs spinning intense electronic beats or a live acoustic jazz band you’re looking for Paris has it all. Take this Champs-Élysées Nightlife Tour and discover the city’s eclectic range of great nightspots.
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Champs-Elysees Nightlife Map

Guide Name: Champs-Elysees Nightlife
Guide Location: France » Paris (See other walking tours in Paris)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.9 km
Author: Xena
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Madam

1) Madam

An upscale basement bar located in the trendy Champs-Elysées, Le Madam caters to a sophisticated crowd of trendsetters. Its interior décor is a throwback to 1920s Parisian style with an elegant modern touch. Leather banquettes provide chic yet comfortable arrangements for guests enjoying a round of beers, cocktails or its exclusive bottle service offering champagne and vodka. Guests to Le Madam are strongly urged to dress their best in order to impress the fickle door staff. Once inside, the...   view more
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Titty Twister

2) Titty Twister

A hip bar designed with inspirational touches from bars found in the films of Quentin Tarantino, the Titty Twister blends décor elements of both the chic LA and New York night scene. Its indoor smoking room is a big draw for young Parisian hipsters looking for an evening of cool rock, electro and alternative music. The Titty Twister includes a pool table, pinball machines throughout the bar, a stuffed moose head on the wall, posh leather furnishings, a tequila bar, and a decadent yet...   view more
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Lido

3) Lido

A staple of the Parisian nightlife since opening its doors in 1946, Lido is found on the popular Champs-Élysées. Featuring a stunning night of thrilling cabaret entertainment to a packed theater with a maximum capacity of 1150 guests, dinner is served along with the show for those seated in the orchestra section. A variety of state-of-the-art implementations are used to enhance the performances, including a pool, ice skating rink, and a water screen. Lido, with its long history as an...   view more
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Chez Raspoutine

4) Chez Raspoutine

An ultra-chic supper club designed in the style of a Russian hunting lodge, Chez Raspoutine attracts a sophisticated crowd which can include anything from politicians and business men, to socialites and fashionistas. The dominant color of red permeates the interior of the bar, with red velvet and Byzantine styled furnishings completing the look. The early evening menu features a variety of Russian dishes, including beef stroganoff, goulash, slow-cooked meats, caviar, and more. Chez Raspoutine...   view more
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79 Club

5) 79 Club

An upscale Parisian hotspot which has become the premier place for hot hip hop beats and exclusive VIP treatment, the 79 Club caters to a hip crowd of sophisticated party goers. This spacious nightclub can hold a capacity of over 1500 guests, and always manages to experience long lines at the door. As a result, door policy can be selective so guests are encouraged to dress up for the evening. Notable entertainment celebrities who have been known to party at this internationally-recognized...   view more

Walking Tours in Paris, France

Create Your Own Walk in Paris

Create Your Own Walk in Paris

Creating your own self-guided walk in Paris is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Palais-Bourbon Walking Tour

Palais-Bourbon Walking Tour

The 7th arrondissement of Paris is the most affluent and prestigious residential area in France, home to the French upper class, plus a number of French national institutions, government offices and diplomatic missions. This neighborhood boasts typically Parisian architecture complete with vibrant cafes, restaurants and gourmet shops which draw foodies in their numbers. Among other attractions on this walk you will visit the Eiffel Tower, Hôtel des Invalides (Napoléon's resting place), Palais-Bourbon, Musée d'Orsay, Musee Rodin, and Musée du quai Branly.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.1 km
Le Marais Walking Tour

Le Marais Walking Tour

The district Le Marais used to be a bourgeois area in the past and a major center of the Paris Jewish community that still exists today. Here, you will find different bookshops specializing in Jewish books, restaurants with traditional Jewish food and a synagogue. You may consider taking the self-guided city tour presented below to visit all the important attractions in Le Marais.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.6 km
The French Revolution Landmarks Walking Tour

The French Revolution Landmarks Walking Tour

The French Revolution had a huge impact on France's history as it gave rise to a radical democratic republic and resulted in violence during the Reign of Terror. A lot of Paris' buildings were damaged beyond repair in the course of the Revolution. The sites they occupied are of a great historical value now. This guide is to highlight the landmarks of the French Revolution that remain.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.4 km
The Da Vinci Code Walking Tour

The Da Vinci Code Walking Tour

Owing to the success of the controversial "The Da Vinci Code" book by Dan Brown, Paris has become even an more popular tourist destination. This self-guided tour will take you through the main places described in the novel so that you could see for yourself and decide whether to believe or not.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 km
Luxembourg (6th Arr) Walking Tour

Luxembourg (6th Arr) Walking Tour

This tour takes you to explore the 6th or so-called Luxembourg arrondissement, one of the most expensive districts of Paris, home to posh boutiques, eateries and iconic cafes once favored by legendary writers, the likes of Hemingway and Camus. The area is particularly renowned for its unique architecture, rich history, and deeply rooted intellectual tradition. On this tour you will visit Jardin du Luxembourg, Le Palais de Luxembourg, Saint-Sulpice Church and other notable sights.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 km
Religious Sights Walking Tour

Religious Sights Walking Tour

Paris is one of the cities that can fairly be considered a religious destination because of the number of churches that one is able to visit here. Reports show that, for instance, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, recorded 13.65 million visits in 2006, and the number is increasing every year. This is a tour that includes some of the most beautiful Christian relics located in the center of Paris - the Latin Quarter.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.9 km

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