Apr 29, 2012 11:36 PM GMT
am planning to go there for an exhibiition in November...looking for anything I should know especially regarding nightlife etc.
n8698u saidI don't know if Le Queen is on the Champs Elysees still. Check that. It was lots of fun in '96.
The Marais had dance clubs, cafes, strip clubs and baths. Everything changes fast there.
Pigalle was a bit racy and Bastille was a big mixer of all kinds of people.
Look into a night time roller-skate tour around Paris. I think Friday night was when hundreds of people go in one big group. It looked like so much fun.
vanfreak saidam planning to go there for an exhibiition in November...looking for anything I should know especially regarding nightlife etc.
tommyclement saidStay in Le Marais area if you can, it is the gay area, lots of cafes, nice shops, restaurants, clubs, etc and it is very central - sort of in between the Pompidou Centre and Hotel d' Ville (City Hall). Pompidou Centre is well worth a visit - partly to see the architecture of the building and for the great modern art housed within. A trip up to Montmartre for the stunning views over the city and a few nice little galleries. Even is you're not into shopping a visit to the main Galleries Lafeyette store is worth it to see the building. Place des Vosges is a lovely square with lots of cool shops, galleries, and restaurants surrounding - a bit higher end. Victor Hugo's home is on this square and has been turned into a not too bad small museum.
vanfreak said especially regarding nightlife etc.
Ausuniversity90 saidThe speak French. Helpful, I know.
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