Bars and clubs in Paris
BARS AND CLUBS IN PARIS - TOP DISTRICTS IN PARIS
Bars and clubs in Paris - The top districts for drinking and dancing in Paris
What to do in Paris?- The city has been famous, and almost as equally infamous, throughout the centuries for its vibrant nightlife - No surprise then to learn that the old Paris is still alive and very much kicking as one of the worlds top spots to drink and dance the evening away. Many of the original top entertainment areas are still going strong. Montmartre and the adjacent Pigalle area - Paris`s famous red light area and home to the Moulin Rouge theatre - still attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, as does the ever popular Champs-Elysee, Faubourg St.-Honore/Vendome and Saint Germain-des-Pres districts which offer some of the most iconic if expensive areas of Paris in which to to enjoy a night out.
In addition to the above, there are some top nightlife areas of the city that the new visitor to Paris might not have heard of, and that are currently some of the coolest and most happening districts to visit - Top amongst these are -
1) The Marais district which is an old historic and well established area situated near the Pompidou centre and featuring the beautiful square at Place de Vosges on its perimeter. The Marais with its old Jewish quarter provides an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere to all, including a colourful gay scene and some of the liveliest and best pubs and clubs in the city
2) The Rue Oberkampf area which was established in the 1990`s as one of the most trendy areas to spend the evening in. This area is still very popular with young local suburban types and visitors alike and has a multitude of popular and busy bars, clubs and restaurants in which to hang out
3) Like the Oberkampf area, the up and coming Bastille area is in the 11th Arrandisement (district) centered on streets running from the Place de Bastille and in particular the the Rue de Lappe and the Rue de las Roquette. This area is very popular with a young and lively crowd with some of the bars having a Latin American theme and featuring modern and classic salsa/latin music and dancing
4) the Belleville district was a traditional and historic working class neighbourhood which featured prominently in the revolutionary years of the early French Republic. Today it is an ethnically diverse area - rapidly increasing in popularity and reputation for modern Parisienne nightlife - with many new bars, restaurants and clubs opening in recent times.
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