Lilas Gambetta

223, avenue Gambetta, Paris Arrondissement XX, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75020, France
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Night Life in Paris

by traveldude13

Im going to Paris this summer at the end of August.

Im curious about the night life there, where are the best clubs for an 18 year old to go to? I'm staying about 10 minutes away from the Lourve.

I also wanna meet some cool people, but I'm guessing thats as easy as walking down the street and saying hi to someone... Are people there super friendly?


Re: Night Life in Paris

by Beausoleil

At the end of August, most Parisians will be in the south of France on their vacations. You should have no trouble making friends with other tourists trying to do the same thing. I'm betting you'll have a grand time.

BTW, there are lots of places open late in the Latin Quarter and in the Marais. Check Tips on Paris nightlife here on VT for specific suggestions. Type Paris into the VT Search Window. When you get to the Paris Travel Pages, look for Tips on Nightlife.

You might also type pedmar into the VT Search Window. This will take you to VT member pedmar's Travel Pages where you'll have to scroll down to Paris and check his Tips. I think he has a son about your age so will know what is popular.

Have a great trip.

Travel Tips for Paris

Le Louvre

by Klod5

My first visit to the museum of the Louvre, date of the time where, at 15 years old, I was in a school of painting, and I came to train before these biggest master works.
Le Grand Louvre, wanted by president François Mitterrand is one marvel. The old buildings have been restored marvelously, and our looks got used to the presence of the pyramid. Inside of the museum, the artistic treasures are enhanced better that per past Transparencies and contrasts of the architecture of two times marked well. With the games of the sprays of water, that frame the monument.

It is one of my favorite photos on the Louvre.

Not you ?

We arrived at Paris four...

by nusigma

We arrived at Paris four days before joining our tour and we went on a private tour of Versalles, and several other castles and areas out of Paris. When we arrived football or soccer was the most important word around town, the World Championships were being held in Paris and it was a great spectacle, so many persons from so many different countries around the city. The tour of the city of Paris on the bus tour and the Sein River tour.

Les quais de la Seine

by Klod5

Les quais de la Seine (the embankments) are an obligated passage place to go to some districts. But it is also about a pleasant walk goal, in full heart of bets, and the possibility to stroll. It is also there that are the bouquinistes, these bouquinistes (second-hand book merchants) without whom les quais de la Seine in Paris would not be the embankments. It is possible to find either on the embankments many old books magazines, but also of the engravings, and everything that has report to the edition.

Tennis shoes and blue jeans

by Dabs

I can't say how many times I have seen "is it OK to wear tennis shoes and blue jeans in Europe?" asked in different forums. Although Parisians are generally well dressed, older Parisians more so than the younger ones it seemed, certainly you see locals wearing tennis shoes and jeans although I noticed that most of the tennis shoes were colored, not stark white like many of ours in the US.

The bottom line is that you will be doing a lot of walking in Paris if you really want to enjoy the city and you need to wear comfortable shoes. If comfortable shoes means tennis shoes then that is what you should wear.

Ice Skating up the Eiffel Tower

by ladyolac

You can ice skate on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower in winter only on an open air rink. That's a lot of fun and during the winter months, the town hall sets up open air ice skating rinks in different key parts of the city (in front of the main town Hall or at La Villette parc).


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