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Paris Nightclubs You Must See

Paris is well known for many things: old churches, artists, cafés and expensive restaurants. Obviously Paris nightclubs scene is as vibrant as you can expect in a city with such magnitude: be it hipsters, elite models and rich people or sports fans, there is a place for everyone. If you really want to experience many faces of Paris nightclub scene, …

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Get to know where to shop in La Defense

La Defense is a corporate district northwest of the city of Paris. La Defense features overall ultra modernist architecture  with corporate skyscrapers and is dominated by a huge “cube”, the shallow Grande Arche De La Defense structure. Coming from the city the easiest way to get to La Dfense is the subway: Line 1 will take you right under the Grande …

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This is the hottest nightclub in Paris for 2017

Nüba nightclub has gained popularity among Paris` fashionable, young trendsetters. Or hipsters, if you please. Located in the 13th arrondissement this rooftop club resides in the new club quarters, righ on top of another famous club, the Wanderlust. Going clubbing in Paris one might be tempted to think that a strict drescode will be required and enforced in a strict …

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Underground Paris

The city of Paris has been there for centuries. It means that for hundreds and hundreds of years the city has renewed itself and build the city layer by layer on top of itself. And the city has also extended underground: where ever you are in Paris, you are sure to have plenty of things hidden below the pavement under …

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How to spend 5 hours in Paris

Paris is a vast metropolis that can consume your time for days, weeks and even years – providing you with enough interesting places and events to keep you from getting bored. But sometimes you just don´t have that time. Perhaps you´re flying through some of Paris` international airports and have a half-day to spend or you have some free hours …

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6 days in Paris: Day 3 – Paris landmarks

On the day 3 of our 6-day trip we woke up for breakfast at 8. Usually the breakfast in French hotels consists of coffee, tea or hot chocolate, croissants, baguettes, butter, cheese and marmalade. Our hotel had the breakfast buffet: help yourself and eat as much as you like for 8 euros. After the breakfast we headed to a nearby market …