When looking for things to do in Paris, there’s no shortage of bars, clubs, and cabarets to check out. The following are some examples.
Le Carmen is an all-night (Tuesday-Saturday, 6 p.m. - 6 a.m.) club that appeals to a young, hip crowd. It’s located in the former home of the French composer Georges Bizet (1838-1875). The club’s decor is made up of classic frescoes, wall mouldings, and chandeliers. Come for the selection of signature cocktails (expect to pay up to €15 for a drink) and variety of music. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made online. No jeans, T-shirts, or running shoes allowed.
The Moulin Rouge is the most famous cabaret in the world and is definitely worth a visit during your time in Paris! The room is decorated with rich, red velvet and is waiting to welcome you. Make a reservation for the show only (includes champagne) or enjoy a sumptuous lunch or dinner expertly prepared by the Moulin Rouge’s chef, David le Quellec. Menu selections start at €180; vegetarian, vegan, and à la carte selections available. A children’s menu is offered for guests aged 6-11.
Get a special Bird’s Eye View from the biggest air-balloon in the world. View never before from an altitude of 150 meters.