This nightlife tip costs nothing. But it's worth alot in memories. Paris is not known as the 'City of Light' for nothing. At night the bridges and monuments along the Seine are lit up and it's just indescribable the beauty of the whole scene.
During the day the same bridges and monuments are beautiful but at night they undertake a different mood with the lights and the reflections in the water. From any bridge gaze over to the direction of the Eiffel Tower. Its beauty is so prominent wen it's lit up. Walking along the river and stop to gaze at them all. I guarantee you that they will mesmerize you and capture your heart forever.
Nightlife in Paris is wild and exuberant! There are tonz of clubs, cafes, restaurants, nightlife spots... It can make your head spin! But, sometimes one would want just a simple night walk along the river, or in the downtown. Paris is magic by night, all the lights and scenery, will surely make you have a fantastic time and feel wonderful, even if you don't go out to some nightlife spot!
Some time people need to have some walk in the night to had some relax to them and see the beauty of the nature or there city and i walk around paris in midnight and feel the silence of it,s crowded street and i reach to Pyramids area it,s good to see it in the night .and to see the beauty of lights .
Dress Code: ordinary clothe but have some time to relax
i prefer the residential areas
notably where the parisians themselves shop.
the grocery stores,
their local eateries
seiing them dress up for the evening out.
Dress Code: try dressing like the locals
so as not to be too conspicuous
For some of you who don't like rock, pop or techno music... and detest partying, may I humbly suggest another wonderful activity which you'd definitely approve of?!
Stroll down Avenue des Champs Elysees at night.
On normal nights, Paris illuminates before your very eyes... but come at Christmas time, this city literally becomes alive! Everyone seem to be thronging the streets of Paris till the wee hours of the morning.
Don't you wish you were here for Christmas too?? ;-)
P.S. The photo speaks volumes!
Dress Code: You can dress in any way you like. Absolutely no pressure from the locals or from the best dressed tourists that you'd be bumping along the way....
Night walks along the Seine, whether across the bridges or along the banks, are a must. It's the perfect way to spend a relaxing evening (though you might want to take the Metro to Ile de la Cite if you've spent the day at the Louvre and your feet are aching).
Since we chose to take the kids with us,,many night life activities were dropped off our plans.....but on the International Music day wich is held on the 21st of June,there were many activities held,we walked around the Saint Michel,the Place De Bastille and the Rivoli and many preformers were all over.
Dress Code: All what was needed is a good walking shoes! and plenty of coins to tip the preformers.
For me the nicest thing to do at night is go for a walk along the seine to all the nice buildings and sights and their lights.
Well, it's romantic!!! And it can be cold ;)
Dress Code: A warm scarf, comfortable shoes and there you go :)
Strolling in Paris is lovely, of course when the weather permits it. Here are few nice images I took at night.
It doesn't matter where to go, you will have fun everywhere. The city is always busy with people… You might want to go to Moulin Rouge watching cac-can dancing. It's up to you.