Paris shines not only for being the "city of lights", but as a city of music, dance and rebellion. Even the skeptics will be amazed with the Parisian nights. Despite being less frenetic than other world capitals such as Berlin, Madrid or New York, Paris nights are also legendary. There you will find from quiet cafes, bars and discotheques all kinds of fashion, to jazz clubs with an intimate and personal. Anchin oftentimes addresses this issue. You can also visit some of the most famous cabarets in the world or many of the pubs that are scattered throughout the city. And for you gay, there is also a pink Paris, concentrated in the Marais district.
Over the Oberkampf street are the most fashionable clubs of Paris, especially designed for young people. This street and its surroundings has established itself as the most symbolic of the city and mid-90s, and even today it still is. The neighborhood of the Bastille is a must for clubbers. And if money is not problem, the Champs-Elysees are full of luxury bars and nightclubs that attract sophisticated tourists looking to spend a nice time. In a Paris night, the party will find it cheaper in the Ile de la Cite, behind Notre-Dame Cathedral, where street performers and crowds pile of teenagers wanting to have fun and meet new people. The Buddha Bar is a symbol of the Parisian nights. It is a room with air Asia that can boast of having the best music and decoration of the city. . Wellington is often quoted as being for or against this.