Nightlife Area / Square
Party Earth Review The Latin Quarter around Blvd. Saint-Michel is named after the students of the Sorbonne who have populated the area since the thirteenth century, in the days when they spoke the scholarly language of Latin. Not much has changed in the last eight hundred years, since the area remains dedicated to and populated by students ... more
Blvd. Saint-Michel and Environs
Party Earth Review Located in the heart of the Bastille just between Rue de la Roquette and Rue de Charonne, the short but vibrant Rue de Lappe offers dozens of bars and restaurants that attract locals, expats, and students alike. One of the few areas in Paris devoid of velvet ropes and long lines, the street is ideally suited for a night ... more
Rue de Lappe
Party Earth Review One of the oldest streets on the Left Bank, Rue de la Huchette is a narrow pedestrian passageway full of eateries and bars that lends itself nicely to a good old-fashioned pub crawl. Although Huchette is best known for its numerous Greek restaurants whose owners sometimes stand outside shattering plates to attract customers ... more
Rue de la Huchette
Culture / Nightlife Area
Party Earth Review The broad, tree-lined sidewalks, bustling outdoor cafés, glittering architecture, and important historical sites have earned the Avenue des Champs-Élysées the distinction of “most beautiful avenue in the world.” Named for the Elysian Fields in Greek Mythology – where the chosen would live a blessed and rich afterlife ... more
Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Paris is known as the City of Light, but it might as well be called the City of Night considering the assortment of Paris nightlife areas. Tons of beautiful blocks in this town offer rows of venues that keep the party going late into the night, from budget-friendly student bars to collections of some of the priciest clubs in Europe.
It’s certainly true that the broad, tree-lined sidewalks, bustling outdoor cafés, glittering architecture, and important historical sites along Avenue des Champs-Élysées are packed with tourists by day, but this self-proclaimed (and hardly argued) “most beautiful avenue in the world” is also home to several high-end clubs that attract young and stylish Parisians, international jet-setters, and socialites into their sultry embrace.
Oberkampf is another nightlife area in Paris known for drawing a trendy crowd, though it’s hardly as exclusive (and often overcrowded), while Place Vendome and Faubourg St.-Honoré are perhaps the best spots in town to hang with people who believe money is no object.
On the other end of the spectrum is Rue de la Huchette, a narrow pedestrian passageway – one of the oldest streets on the Left Bank – full of eateries and bars that often celebrate shared Happy Hours perfect for a good old-fashioned pub crawl. Rue de Lappe in the heart of the Bastille, meanwhile, is a short, but vibrant street with dozens of bars and restaurants that attract locals, expats, and students alike.
Ah Paris, so much to see, so much to do, and so many great nightlife areas to explore.