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Going out at at night in Paris is one of the first steps to get to know the different tribes which make up this great city, where cafés, bars and clubs multiply in such way that it is impossible not to find a place that seem custom-made for you.

Before going to the restaurants, bars and clubs, you can enjoy the end of the day with a glass of wine at one of the traditional cafés such as Flore (www.paris.org/Cafes/flore.html) or Café de La Paix (http://www.cafedelapaix.fr/), which are also good for dinner. To feel the "glamour" of the French capital, meeting places like the Hotel Costes (http://www.hotelcostes.com), Regine’s or Man Ray is inevitable. Visited by famous people and with a somewhat restricted access, these demand a careful dress code and often, you need to book ahead. Jazz clubs can be a great way to start the night. Lionel Hampton Jazz Club, in Montmartre, or the Petit Journal in Saint-Michel, Saint-Germain-des-Près, are one of the many options available. With hundreds of clubs, Paris is one of the best places in the world to dance. From Latin rhythms to the most recent dance music, there are clubs for all people and all ages. Les Bains Douches, L'Arc Paris and the VIP Room are the most well-known, but there are other classics such as the Salsa Café or Le Duplex, which deserve a visit. Starting in Spring, theme parties in Wagg and Queen become more frequent (www.queen.fr ). Cabarets such as Lido, (www.lido.fr ), Crazy Horse (www.lecrazyhorseparis.com) or Moulin Rouge (www.moulin-rouge.com) keep a loyal audience.


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