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BARS & WINE BARS Bad­aboum Lo­cated a few min­utes from the Place de la Bastille, this fun bar of­fers ex­cel­lent and orig­i­nal cock­tails. The bar also fea­tures a small but very good snack­ing menu. 2bis rue des Tail­landiers (11th), 01.48.06.50.70. M° Bastille Bud­dha Bar This trend-set­ting cock­tail bar and restau­rant at­tracts both fash­ion­istas and cu­ri­ous tourists, with a gi­ant golden Bud­dha pre­sid­ing over the scene and ser­vice that’s cooler-than-thou. 8 rue Boissy d’Anglas (8th), 01.53.05.90.00. M° Con­corde Bar du Plaza Athénée Ab­so­lute chic, with a decor that in­cludes an im­pres­sive sculpted glass bar. 6pm-1:30am. 25 ave Mon­taigne (8th), 01.53.67.66.00. M° Franklin D. Roo­sevelt Bar Le Baude­laire This con­ge­nial bar in the Bur­gundy ho­tel is akin to an English club. Discover a host of cre­ative cock­tails. 6-8 rue Duphot (1st), 01.42.60.34.12. M° Madeleine Ex­per­i­men­tal Cock­tail Bar A fun bar hid­den in the heart of the 2nd ar­rondisse­ment where you can en­joy de­li­cious cock­tails and cool mu­sic. 37 rue Saint Sau­veur (2nd), 01.45.08.88.09. M° Sen­tier Harry’s New York Bar This land­mark es­tab­lish­ment is a fine place to en­joy drinks at the roomy and frendly bar. The tra­di­tional cock­tail spot also serves up live piano mu­sic start­ing at 10pm. 5 rue Dau­nou (2nd), 01.42.61.71.14. M° Opéra Ho­tel Costes Bar This chic bar and lounge is an ideal and pricey Parisian spot for peo­ple watch­ing in a sump­tu­ous dé­cor. 239 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.44.50.00. M° Tui­leries Ho­tel Prov­i­dence En­joy cre­ative cock­tails or a glass of wine in this cosy bar on a cobblestone street in the lively Grands Boule­vards neigh­bour­hood. The spot is out­fit­ted with a fire­place and a boudoir-style am­biance and the bar­tender can mix you a made-to-mea­sure drink. 90 rue René Boulanger (10th), 01.46.34.34.04. M° Stras­bourg Saint-De­nis Ice Kube Paris The dec­o­ra­tion is frozen into ice and the cock­tails are served in solid ice glasses, so pre­pare your­self to face the frozen world of this -12°C bar. 1 Pas­sage Ruelle (18th), 01.42.05.20.00, M° La Chapelle & Marx Dor­moy Ju­ve­niles This cosy and wel­com­ing wine bar serves up fine French wines as well as wines from around the world and you can pur­chase bot­tles to take away. 47 rue de Riche­lieu (1st), 01.42.97.46.49. M° Pyra­mides Kléber Bar High ceil­ings, or­nate dé­cor and fine ser­vice are hall­marks of this el­e­gant bar in the Penin­sula Ho­tel. Clas­sic cock­tails, sig­na­ture mixes and a fine se­lec­tion of wines and cham­pagnes are all on the menu. 19 ave Kléber (16th), 01.58.12.67.78. M° Bois­sière Le Bris­tol Bar This dis­creet and el­e­gant spot is ideal for en­joy­ing cosy drinks in­clud­ing a va­ri­ety of orig­i­nal cock­tails and a fine se­lec­tion of cham­pagnes. 112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.53.43.43.00. M° Miromes­nil Le Bar The Left Bank ho­tel where Os­car Wilde died is a trendy spot for a cock­tail re­dec­o­rated with a volup­tuous dé­cor. 13 rue des Beaux-Arts (6th), 01.44.41.99.00. M° Saint-Ger­main- des-Prés Le Bar Long This posh bar lo­cated in the Royal Mon­ceau is a per­fect spot for a so­phis­ti­cated cock­tail or night­cap in a cosy set­ting. 37 ave Hoche (8th), 01.42.99.88.00. M° Charles- de-Gaulle-Etoile La Closerie des Li­las The bar of this myth­i­cal place re­mains mag­i­cal. Thank­fully some things don’t change. 171 blvd du Mont­par­nasse (6th), 01.40.51.34.50. M° Vavin Le Dokhan’s Cham­pagne Bar A stun­ning ho­tel bar re­plete with Louis Vuit­ton el­e­va­tor fea­tur­ing a fine se­lec­tion of rare and clas­sic cham­pagnes. In the Radis­son Blu Le Dokhan’s Ho­tel. 117 rue Lau­ris­ton (16th), 01.53.65.66.99. M° Vic­tor Hugo Le Lu­cien Bar Ev­ery de­tail here is per­fect from the tem­per­a­ture of the vin­tage white port to the di­men­sions of the glasses for gin and tonic. Ho­tel Fou­quet’s Bar­rière. 46 ave Ge­orge V (8th), 01.40.69.60.00. M° Ge­orge V Le Ru­bis This quintessen­tial Parisian wine bar at­tracts a lo­cal clien­tele into its re­laxed at­mos­phere where you can en­joy wines from the Beau­jo­lais and Bur­gundy re­gions among oth­ers. 10 rue du Marché Sain­tHonoré (1st), 01.42.61.03.34. M° Pyra­mides Les Jardins du Pont Neuf With a stun­ning view of the City of Light’s fa­mous bridges, this restau­rant and bar has be­come a favourite with the city’s fun crowd, where they can go and en­joy great cock­tails and say “santé” with each round. This is a per­fect ad­dress for a drink be­fore a din­ner in the Quartier Latin or after a day spent at the Lou­vre. Quai de l’Hor­loge (1st), 06.30.15.83.02. M° Pont Neuf Moon­shiner This speakeasy bar near the Place de la Bastille has an am­biance straight out of the 1920s com­plete with jazz mu­sic play­ing in the back­ground. 5 rue Sedaine (11th), 09.50.73.12.99. M° Bréguet-Sabin Per­sh­ing Hall Hid­den away off the Champs-Elysées in a 19th cen­tury man­sion oc­cu­pied by Gen­eral Per­sh­ing dur­ing World War I, this ho­tel bar lounge is cosy, fun and serves orig­i­nal cock­tails in­clud­ing the SparklingLalique. 49 rue Pierre Char­ron (8th), 01.58.36.58.00. M° Ge­orge V Pre­scrip­tion Cock­tail Club This trendy bar is ex­cel­lent for de­li­cious and orig­i­nal cock­tails with cool mu­sic, friendly staff and tequila. 23 rue Mazarine (6th), 01.45.08.88.09. M° Ma­bil­lon The Ball­room This so­phis­ti­cated cock­tail bar, fre­quented by the beau­ti­ful peo­ple of the city, serves up care­fully mixed drinks in cosy seated ar­eas. 58 rue Jean-Jac­ques Rousseau (1st), 09.54.37.13.65. M° Les Halles CASINO Casi­nos Bar­rière France’s largest casino, with el­e­gant decor, ta­ble games and slots. Jacket and tie for men; no jeans or run­ning shoes. 3 ave de Cein­ture, Enghien-lesBains, 01.39.34.13.17. Train from Gare du Nord JAZZ CLUBS Caveau de la Huchette This club in a vaulted cel­lar in the heart of the Latin Quar­ter has been show­cas­ing fine jazz mu­sic for the past six decades. The spot is rife with his­tory, a Ma­sonic lodge in the 18th cen­tury, the Knights Tem­plar held meet­ings at this lo­ca­tion in the Mid­dle Ages. 5 rue de la Huchette (5th), 01.43.26.65.05. M° Saint-Michel Duc des Lom­bards One of Paris’ old­est jazz clubs mag­nif­i­cently ren­o­vated by An­drée Put­man’s col­lab­o­ra­tor, the tal­ented El­liot Barnes. The Duc also boasts one of the best sound-sys­tems in town and is now known as the House of Jazz. Daily per­for­mances, live record­ings and a healthy mix of jazz man jams make this the ad­dress for Jazz. 42 rue des Lom­bards (1st), 01.42.33.22.88. M° Châtelet Jazz Club Etoile A true tem­ple to jazz since it opened two decades ago, the club has wel­comed the likes of Count Basie, B.B. King, Cab Cal­loway and Lionel

Hamp­ton. Thurs-Sat. 81 blvd Gou­vion Saint-Cyr (17th), 01.40.68.30.42. M° Porte Mail­lot New Morn­ing The leg­endary Parisian venue for jazz both clas­sic and eclectic has hosted the world’s jazz greats for two decades: Art Blakey, Dizzy Gille­spie, Stan Getz... De­voted jazz fans come here to lis­ten to two hours of solid mu­sic and the crowd be­gins to ac­cu­mu­late around 8 pm, so come early. 7-9 rue des Petites-Ecuries (10th), 01.45.23.51.41. M° Château d’Eau Gen­tle­men’s clubs Pink Par­adise The first ta­ble-danc­ing show in Paris and where ev­ery­one who still wants to party goes after all the other clubs are done for the night. Daily 10.30 pm-6 am. 36 rue de Pon­thieu (8th), 06.34.57.40.19. M° Franklin D. Roo­sevelt Se­cret Square The French cap­i­tal’s glam­orous restau­rant and club is where clients are treated to a sexy strip­tease show thanks to the dancers per­form­ing in a jewel-box dé­cor. The show fea­tures 20 to 30 dancers and guests are treated to an un­for­get­table show. 27 ave des Ternes (17th) , 01.47.66.45.00. M° Ternes niGht clubs L’Arc Paris Favoured by French and in­ter­na­tional celebri­ties, en­joy cock­tails and fine mu­sic with a gor­geous view of the Arc de Tri­om­phe. The club has a great dance floor in black and white veined mar­ble, a fu­moir and VIP loges. Thurs-Sat 11pm-5am. 12 rue de Pres­bourg (16th), 06.59.21.32.44. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile Le Baron You can club un­til dawn at this cel­e­brated and celebrity filled night spot. Its cabaret-like am­biance - there’s live mu­sic - at­tracts a trendy, elite crowd. Look your best to get past the door. 6 ave Marceau (8th), 01.47.20.04.01. M° Alma-Marceau Le Du­plex Reg­u­lars ap­pre­ci­ate the clubby and friendly at­mos­phere at this com­fort­able Parisian club re­plete with gas­tro­nomic restau­rant whose cosy at­mos­phere is high­lighted by Ch­ester­field arm­chairs. The huge dance floor in the dis­coteque is a dancer’s dream. 2bis ave Foch (16th), 01.45.00.45.00. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile Le Mona Lisa Just foot­steps from the Lou­vre this friendly and festive club brings in the fash­ion crowd and plenty of Parisian trend­set­ters. The chic and arty clien­tele en­joys a pro­gramme of hip-hop, rock and a touch of elec­tro pop. The es­tab­lish­ment also boasts a restau­rant . Tues-Sat 8pm-6am. 47 rue Berger (1st), 01 40 13 12 12. M° Lou­vre-Rivoli Le Mon­tana This night­club in the heart of the Saint-Ger­main­des-Prés neigh­bour­hood is one of the cap­i­tal’s trendi­est and most se­lect spots. The bar is on the ground floor and the dance floor, down­stairs, in the vaulted cel­lars. 28 rue Saint Benoît (6th), 01.44.39.71.00. M° Saint-Ger­main- des-Prés Le So­cial Club Trendy spot for en­joy­ing ex­cel­lent live mu­sic, tasty drinks and even a cig­a­rette in the club’s smok­ing room. 142 rue Mont­martre (2nd), 06.84.80.99.40. M° Bourse Les Bains This club, in the ho­tel of the same name, is one of the places to be for a slice of great Parisian nightlife. The venue hosts live shows, con­certs as well as res­i­dent and guest DJs fea­tur­ing hip-hop, soul and tunes from the 1970s tak­ing guests back into the club’s glory days. Tues-Sat, mid­night un­til dawn. 7 rue du Bourg-l’Abbé (3rd), 01.42.77.07.07. M° Ram­buteau Pachamama This delightful din­ner-club spread out over four beau­ti­fully dec­o­rated floors in a 19th cen­tury build­ing by Gus­tave Eif­fel is just foot­steps away from the Bastille. En­joy drinks, din­ner or a DJ set in a festive South Amer­i­can am­biance. Fea­tures in­clude a mon­u­men­tal Art Deco stair­case, a ball­room, a restau­rant show­cas­ing Latin Amer­i­can spe­cial­ties and a smok­ing room. Daily from 5pm. 46-48 rue du Faubourg Saint-An­toine (12th), 01.55.78.84.75. M° Bastille Palais Mail­lot A lux­u­ri­ous night­club known for its gala evenings. Fri­days are fash­ion ori­ented while Satur­days fea­ture guest DJs. Fri-Sat 11:30pm-6am. 2 Place Porte Mail­lot (17th), 01.58.56.20.55. M° Porte-Mail­lot Queen Club This venue at­tracts a hand­some crowd of youth­ful ul­tra-chic Parisians. This nightspot is filled with mu­sic from some of the cap­i­tal’s most sought after DJs and the club­bing ex­pe­ri­ence in­cludes Disco Queen on Mon­days, Ladies Night on Wed­nes­days and a house elec­tro pro­gramme on Fri­days. 79 ave des Champ­sElysées, en­ter through 22, rue Quentin Bauchart (8th), M° Ge­orge V Raspou­tine This myth­i­cal Parisian venue re­mains an au­then­tic night spot to en­joy cock­tails and cham­pagne in a splen­did dé­cor cre­ated by Erté. 58 rue Bas­sano (8th), 01.47.20.02.90. M° Ge­orge V Si­len­cio This pri­vate club, con­ceived and de­signed by David Lynch, of­fers ex­cel­lent cock­tails, wine and spir­its, fin­ger food and food tast­ings. Non­mem­bers are ad­mit­ted after mid­night. 142 rue de Mont­martre (2nd), 01.40.13.12.33. M° Sen­tier/ Grands Boule­vards Titty Twis­ter This trendy loft-like club is a chic ad­dress for drinks and great mu­sic. The pop­u­lar es­tab­lish­ment has the added fea­ture of a smok­ing room with a pool ta­ble as well as a tequila stand along with eclectic cock­tails and large size drinks for shar­ing. Mon-Sat 9pm-5am. 5 rue de Berri (8th), 01.45.62.50.23. M° Ge­orge V Van­ity Paris This sought-after venue of­fers hip-hop vibes in a lux­u­ri­ous set­ting where the cham­pagne flows in ev­ery cor­ner. Spe­cial soirées are held ev­ery night in­clud­ing Throw­back Thurs­day for an old school style party. The door pol­icy is strict so be sure to dress smart. Tues-Sat 11:30pm-6am. 25 rue de Riche­lieu (1st), 06 69 72 79 79. M° Pyra­mides VIP Room One of the most ex­clu­sive clubs on the Parisian nightlife scene, this chic haven for the rich and fa­mous lets you dance the night away to hip hop and house mu­sic. 188 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.58.36.46.00. M° Palais Royal maG­i­cal & opera shows Le Bel Canto Nes­tled on the banks of the Seine, this restau­rant fea­tur­ing food with a south­ern French and Ital­ian flair brings you the lux­ury of dining while en­joy­ing the mu­sic of, among oth­ers, Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, or Puc­cini per­formed by tal­ented young singers from the con­ser­va­tory of the Paris Opera. Daily D only from 7:30pm. 72 Quai de l’Hô­tel de Ville (4th), 01.42.78.30.18. M° Pont Marie Le Dou­ble Fond This unique venue is ded­i­cated to the world of magic. You can en­joy drinks or din­ner at the bar or at your ta­ble served by waiters who are English-speak­ing ma­gi­cians who per­form ta­ble­side. Down­stairs a host of unique, interactive and hu­mor­ous magic shows are held from Wed­nes­day to Sun­day. 11 Place du Marché Sainte-Cather­ine (4th), 01.42.71.40.20. M° Saint-Paul

EUROSTAR & TRAINS Eurostar - aim to ar­rive at least 30 min­utes be­fore de­par­ture time or you will risk not be­ing al­lowed to board the train. if you still need to pick up your ticket at the sta­tion you should ar­rive at least an hour be­fore your sched­uled de­par­ture. 08.92.35.35.39. www.eurostar.com SNCF - TGV trains leave from vary­ing sta­tions (www.sncf.com). Thalys, links Paris to Brus­sels and am­s­ter­dam (www.thalys.com). You can buy a ticket in any sta­tion for any des­ti­na­tion; your ticket will in­di­cate your de­par­ture sta­tion. Punch your ticket in the com­pos­teur be­fore board­ing your train or risk be­ing fined. LI­MOUSINES Biribin – Tel: 01.43.48.65.65 Chabé Li­mousines – Tel: 01.41.20.95.10 FIRST Li­mou­sine – Tel: 01.41.40.99.99 Massey Li­mousines – Tel: 01.58.05.13.00 MC Plaza – Tel: 01.58.62.57.47 Meet the French – Tel: 01.53.53.14.94 My Daily Driver – Tel: 01.43.24.28.15 MY STS – Tel: 01.74.54.50.08 Premier Li­mou­sine – Tel: 01.47.31.80.50 Ser­vice Pres­tige – Tel: 01.44.29.29.44 MED­I­CAL SER­VICES Amer­i­can Hos­pi­tal of Paris - 63 blvd Vic­tor Hugo, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, 01.46.41.25.25. M° Pont de Neuilly Bri­tish Amer­i­can Phar­macy - 1 rue Au­ber (9th), 01.42.65.88.29. M° Opéra Phar­ma­cie des Champs-Elysées (24/24) - 84 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.45.62.02.41. M° Franklin Roo­sevelt Phar­ma­cie Monge - 74 rue Monge (5th), 01.43.31.39.44. M° Place Monge RENTAL CARS & SCOOT­ERS Avis - Tel: 08.21.23.07.60, www.avis.fr Bud­get - Tel: 08.25.00.35.64, www.bud­get.fr First GT Lo­ca­tion - Tel: 01.41.19.29.62, www.first­gt­lo­ca­tion.fr Freescoot - Tel: 01.44.07.06.72, www.freescoot.com Europ­car - Tel: 08.25.35.83.58, www.europ­car.fr Hertz - Tel: 08.25.86.18.61, www.hertz.fr TAX RE­FUND When shop­ping do not for­get to claim back the taxes paid. Most bou­tiques re­quire a min­i­mum amount spent in the one day (and in the same store) be­fore you can ap­ply for the tax re­fund. along with your pay­ment sim­ply show them your pass­port and ask them to fill in the de­taxe form for you, which you will later need cus­toms to stamp at the air­port be­fore fly­ing off.

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