Champs-Élysées - 8eme, Paris.
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A fashionable locale for strolling since the 1700s, the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, which starts at the Place de la Concorde and ends at the Arc de Triomphe, is a main thoroughfare generally clogged with tourists during the day, all clamoring to shop at the street’s plethora of mainstream stores.

Higher-end luxury shops that attract a more affluent clientele can be found on side streets like Avenue Montaigne, where Parisian grand dames, celebrities, and international jet-setters drop coin like it’s going out of style.

After the sun goes down, Paris’ young and beautiful venture out en masse, wearing the latest designer club gear and ready for some late-night fun. The chic and sleek clubs along the Champs-Élysées are considered to be among the city’s best and offer a wide range of options, from glitzy dance clubs to exclusive lounges.

Although many of the smaller venues along the Champs-Élysées don’t charge a cover, there’s invariably a line and a strict door policy to contend with. Consequently, patrons looking for an easy entrance would be wise to don their finest, make quick friends with the guy who just pulled up with his entourage in that limo – or head someplace else.

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