Adagio City Aparthotel Bercy

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1-7 Cour Du Minervois, Paris, 75012, France
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Costs 23% less but rated 18% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Shows in Paris and where to buy tickets

by metropolis

I'll be in Paris from April 9 - 16 and I'm looking for live shows in the city. I love musicals, crime thrillers, classical theatre and cabaret.

There are two shows that I will definitely not miss: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Studio Galande) and a play called Diplomatie (Théâtre de la Madeleine). I'd love to go to the Moulin Rouge but it's too expensive.

Any other ideas? What about reliable websites where you can buy tickets?

Thanks in advance, guys!

Re: Shows in Paris and where to buy tickets

by tmpaca

http://en.parisinfo.com/shows-exhibitions-paris/search/date/2012-04-02/date_to/2011-04-29/searchType/searchEvents

Re: Shows in Paris and where to buy tickets

by pfsmalo

The easiest sites to navigate are : www.fnac.com or www.francebillet.com. You could also have a look at www.fr.lastminute.com, they sometimes get some good deals at 25/50% on theatre tickets.

Re: Shows in Paris and where to buy tickets

by YuzzerBuzzer

Oh, Paris is a great place! You are lucky!
First of all, I don't think you should give up that quickly on Moulin Rouge, cause it is a great show. You can save some money if you don't eat dinner there (it's way to expensive for what you get anyway).
Not so long ago I discovered a great agency for booking tickets online - divento.com. They got me tickets for Moulin Rouge for a fair price, I may say. They are from Paris, but they sell tickets for whole Europe. I'm very pleased with their service. Their site, though, is not so fancy (like many other sites of the kind), but you can find all the information you need. The good thing is that you can read comments on their site of other people as well, so it is very useful, especially when you are not sure what to visit (like in your case).

Other option is to look for a particular show, and try to get the cheapest ticket in some other way. Sites that can be informative are definitely www.francebillet.com, or www.worldticketshop.com/cities/paris (I think someone already mentioned it). They list all the events. I find it quite annoying though, to do all the searching. I prefer to have everything in one place. That is why I use divento.

Oh, and you are visiting Paris in the best possible time of the year! Make sure you find some time to go sightseeing as well! Arc de Triomphe, Sacre Coeur, Eifel, some of the numerous museums... it's great experience!
All the best!
Cheers!

Travel Tips for Paris

Alfresco dining

by clueless83

I cannot remember any of the names of the restaurants we went to in Paris but what I can recommend is alfresco dining. If the weather is good then pack yourself up a lunch, there are plenty of places to eat it.

We ate in the gardens not too far from the Eiffel Tower, we ate outside at the Louvre in view of the fountains and pyramid, we had chocolate crepes for dessert one night which we bought from a stall by the Eiffel Tower, we enjoyed ice cream outside the front of Notre Dame. We were lucky to have some lovely sunny weather when we went in August and it didn't rain until the morning we left. Part of the charm of eating outside for me was not only the fresh air and sunshine but also sharing my food with the adorable little birds!!!

Go to Saint Chappelle. It's...

by pcg

Go to Saint Chappelle. It's located in Ile de la Cité, close to Notre Dame, but must people miss it Walking by the Seine and the cultural life. You want your day last at least 30 hours to go to all the places you want to go.

The most...

by Lilasel

No other building epitomizes the history of Paris more than Notre-Dame.The first stone was laid in 1163, marking the start of two centuries of toil by armies of Gothic architects and medieval craftsmen.

A few facts:
* 387 steps lead to the top of the south tower, where the famous Emmanuel bell is housed
* The spire, designed by Viollet-le-Duc in the 19th century, soars to a height of 90 m (295 ft)
* Spectacular flying buttresses at the east end of the cathedral have a span of 15 m (50 ft)
* The south facade (Rose) window, with its central depiction of Christ, is an impressive 13 m (43 ft) high.

Bread Lines and Others

by ForestqueenNYC

More than any place else that I have been, the people in France line up. Absolutely, three times a day you will see long lines outside of boulangeries, even the worst ones. (You will know the best ones by the length of the line.) You will also see them lined up for movies and, at lunch time, at takeouts. Never will you see them lined up to get into churches, though.

If you want your bread and you are like me and wont stand in line for anything, go during the off hours between breakfast and lunch or around three in the afternoon.

Quick(er) entry to Disneyland

by Ash59

This picture shows the front entrance to Disneyland towards which most people make a bee line. This is also where people without a ticket buy one. The sales office restricts the area that lead to the entrance gates and long queues can form first thing in the morning. If you have a pass, vear off to the left of the building. There is a way in that takes you to the same entrance gates but because the crowd can't see all of the gates because of the ticket booths, the queue is usually quite small.

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