Nightlife

Nightlife

The holidays are sadly over and la rentrée is here, but to ease you back into Parisian life here are some of the most...

With many Parisian hotels already celebrating France’s literary greats, it seems almost inevitable that Alexandre Dumas would one day have his turn. The second...

Thirty years ago, in 1988, after moving back to Paris from Tahiti, François Pasquier planned a picnic with friends in Bois de Boulogne. In...

The city's hotels are getting ready to welcome guests for the summer with new special packages, restaurant menus, and even refurbishments. Leave it to...

Open the door of the most famous cabaret in the world, the iconic symbol of Parisian nights since 1889! Established in 1889, the Moulin Rouge...

After opening up the Paris stage to anglophones with its “surtitled” shows, Theatre in Paris is now bringing English-speaking theater fans together to enjoy...

Acrobats, jugglers, rope climbers, balancers, aerialists, divers, flyers, urban dancers, diaboloists, cyr and aerial hoop whirlers—all moving their bodies in mind-bending ways and making...

After a week of PyeongChang’s ice skates, glitter, and rhinestones, let’s glide on up to Glitter Central: the Moulin Rouge in Montmartre. That’s right....

Musée Rodin The beloved museum celebrates its centenary this year. The art of romance is interpreted here with a pop-up Sensorial Soirée of jazz, lighting...

The Bonjour Paris editorial team requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing...

A tricky question... For those visitors who have a short stopover in Paris, how best to see the City of Light? What are the...

Doing the research for my novel, The Pilot; Fighter Planes and Paris, I embarked on a night-time quest in the City of Light to...