City Center 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 City Center Nightlife Tour and explore the heart of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th arrondissements at night.
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City Center Nightlife Map

Guide Name: City Center Nightlife
Guide Location: France » Paris (See other walking tours in Paris)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.8 km
Author: Xena
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VIP Room

1) VIP Room

As the name suggests, the VIP Room caters to an elite crowd of party goers that typically includes celebrities who are in Paris and want to let loose for the evening. Located across from the Louvre, this trendy bar attracts some of the trendiest jetsetters in the city for a night of dancing to hot top 40, R and B, and other great dance favorites. A rotating stage with go-go dancers adds an extravagant element to the evening’s entertainment. The VIP Room has a strict door policy and guests are...   view more
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Les Chandelles

2) Les Chandelles

A naughty little secret where guests can really let their inhibitions go, Les Chandelles, or Candles, is a sultry swinger’s club with a highly exclusive door policy. Potential guests to this bar are encouraged to dress smart in order to get past the door men, but once inside guests are treated to a sexy, hip vibe with retro furnishings and candles scattered throughout the low lit space. Its restaurant serves great French food, including a full menu of caviar. Native lounge music emanates from...   view more
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Silencio Club

3) Silencio Club

An ultra-stylish nightclub designed by notable cult filmmaker David Lynch, Silencio Club is located in the Grands Boulevards district of Paris. This semi-private club is named after the club in Lynch’s surreal film noir Mulholland Drive, was designed by the filmmaker himself after the fictional club as well. Early evenings are reserved for members only, where creative people can discuss topics related to their craft, but after midnight Silencio Club opens to the public where guests can lounge...   view more
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Social Club

4) Social Club

A hot nightclub offering a diverse assortment of entertainment nightly, the Social Club was opened on Rue Montmartre in 2008. A decadently designed interior features black painted brick walls, visible ductwork, black floors and leather couches, as well as neon lighting for a decidedly retro yet futuristic appeal. Door policy is not some much strict on the dress code, though due to very long lines, especially on the weekends, it is important to try and arrive early in order to get inside for the...   view more
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Rex

5) Rex

The absolute place to go for the hottest electronic beats and a party that goes on until dawn, Le Rex is located on Grands Boulevards in Paris. This high energy nightclub has one of the city’s best sound and lighting systems, for a real concert feel to the live DJ sets. Entertainment includes a heavy and funky blend of hip hop, house, and techno. The dance floor and stage area are flanked by two full service bars and a few tables are arranged for guests to relax in between sets. A popular club...   view more
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Andy Wahloo

6) Andy Wahloo

A snazzy little hangout inspired by retro Moroccan design, Andy Wahloo is a good complement to its nearby trendy restaurants, and a great place to meet up with friends before a hot night of clubbing. Andy Wahloo’s interior includes mustard yellow walls, cushions on the floor for relaxing and enjoying Moroccan fare and well-crafted cocktails, as well as household items scattered throughout the space adding a kitsch vibe to this hip bar. A lovely courtyard lined with trees accommodates guests...   view more
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La Perle

7) La Perle

A happening little spot in the Marais district of Paris, La Perle appears at first glance to be a non-descript dive bar. Inside, fashionistas, models, and a trendy crowd of artists and hipsters gather for an evening of tempting appetizers, including a variety of cheeses and other light French fare, and reasonably-priced drinks, including a decent wine list. Cafe seating facing the street is a popular place to hang out in the early evening, and the inside décor of the bar is decidedly...   view more

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Elysee (8th Arr) Walking Tour II

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This is the 2nd part of the 8th arrondissement tour of Paris, exploring one of the busiest districts of the French capital. Among the tourist highlights visited on this walk is the famous Arc de Triomphe, plus a number of museums and historic monuments.

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Bourse-Opera Attractions Walking Tour

Bourse-Opera Attractions Walking Tour

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Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Opera-Elysees Souvenir Shops

Opera-Elysees Souvenir Shops

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Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.9 km
Louvre (1st Arr) Walking Tour I

Louvre (1st Arr) Walking Tour I

The capital of France is made up of 20 administrative districts, commonly referred to as “arrondissements”. The 1st arrondissement of Paris sits mainly on the right bank of the River Seine and is one of the city's oldest, smallest and least populated areas. It is home to some of Paris's major landmarks, while the remainder of it is taken up by business and administration offices. On this tour you will visit Place du Châtelet, La Conciergerie, Le Palais Royal, Musée du Louvre and many other notable attractions.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.1 km
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
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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

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