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  • Top 5 hottest nightclubs in Paris

    Paris, the city of love, of great cuisine and wonderful works of art – but also the city of sophisticated nightlife. As you can imagine, Paris’s club scene is just as diverse as the city itself.

    From laid-back, bohemian joints to cocktail bars where well-dressed young people sip dainty drinks, to wild clubs with loud music and an unleashed crowd, Paris has it all. If you were wondering what to do with your nights when you’re visiting Paris, here are a couple of suggestions that you can consider. Here are the top 5 hottest nightclubs in Paris.

    Showcase, Invalides, Paris

    Just a couple of minutes from Champs Elysees, under the Alexandre III Bridge, this is one of the newest and hottest additions to Paris’s already exciting nightlife. This gleaming, shining construction looks just as fancy inside as outside. On weekends, over 1500 stylish Parisians gather here to listen to international DJ’s, or to Chloe, one of the most popular DJ’s in France.

    This kind of grandeur doesn’t come cheap, and you can expect to dish out at least 10 euros for a decent drink. And don’t forget to dress your best, because chances are that you’ll be turned away if you don just some jeans and a t-shirt.

    Le Batofar

    If you happen to pass by the National Library on the banks of the Seine, you will see one of the weirdest ships in the world moored in front of the building. Le Batofar is one of the quirkiest clubs in Paris, and not only because of its location and exterior. The  music is mostly experimental, underground and techno, and the vibe is simply great. You can chill out on the deck and watch the Seine flow by, or head inside the main room to dance.

    Le China

    Le China is probably one of the most stylish places in the entire city, and the decor seems like something out of the twenties. It is not one of those wild places where people dance on the tabletops, and the atmosphere is quiet, relaxed yet exciting. The drinks are really good (if very strong drinks are your thing), but they don’t come cheap. There’s no dress code, but predictably enough,  most of the patrons dress in stylish black.

    Le Tigre by L’alternative

    L’alternative used to be an old Parisian Cabaret, whose new owner decided to turn it into a club for artsy people who like indie rock and minimal music. The atmosphere is raunchy and gritty, and the musical selection is great. This is not a pretentious club, so you can barge in wearing anything as long as you come with a good attitude.

    Rex Club

    If you’re in the mood to blend into a huge crowd and lose yourself into the beats of techno music, the Rex won’t disappoint you. It usually doesn’t open before midnight, and the crowds start flocking in after 1 in the morning, but when the club is packed, the atmosphere is great, fun but still very civilized, without many displays of drunkenness or trashiness.

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