Paris travel guide



Paris Travel Guide

Clubs in Paris

Techno, house, garage and Latino are the popular sounds of Paris and, to a lesser extent, hip hop and drum‘n’bass.

Top DJs play house tunes at Le Queen, 102 avenue des Champs-Elysées, 8th, a gay club that is still considered one of the best clubs in Paris despite the influx of tourists. Thursday and Saturday is gay only, with drag queens in profusion.

Le Divan du Monde, located in the Pigalle district, at 75 rue des Martyrs, 18th, once hosted Toulouse-Lautrec but now draws a crowd that changes radically according to the evening’s programme, Brazilian, tango, indie, rock, house and hip hop nights alternate with top French and international DJs.

Le Saint, 7 rue St-Séverin, 5th, which plays disco, house and salsa, is inexpensive and relaxed. Les Bains Douches, 7 rue du Bourg-l’Abbé, 3rd, a former Turkish bathhouse transformed into the most pretentious of clubs and is enjoying renewed popularity under new ownership. Batofar, 11 quai Francois-Mauriac, 13th, is a fun little club housed in a boat on the Seine that boasts a wide range of musical styles.

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