Partying the night away in Paris
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Partying the night away in Paris

Partying the night away in Paris

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Founded in 1482, Paris is one of the oldest cities in France and Eastern Europe. It has a population of over 3 million, the highest of any French city. It’s also the cultural capital of France and one of the most popular regions in the world. During the opening of an exhibition at the Louvre, hundreds of people crowded into the space. They were here to see an exceptional show. Friends were gathered around an incredible spectacle; they whistled and howled for joy while drinking wine. It was a party that began at dawn and continued well into the night.

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Friends often left home after the Club du Soir meeting to party in Paris. They headed for the bars and restaurants of the city center, where they enjoyed coffee and aperitifs. After dark, they would venture outside to enjoy the unspoilt nature that borders the city center. They were able to walk to the Ile St-Louis and admire the Tuileries Palace and Conciergerie illuminated by silver moonlight. As they walked, they discovered darker streets that offered more green and lively spaces. They can go to the Place de l’Opéra to watch a performance on the big stage. Afterwards, they would visit the gardens of the Palais Royal and the Luxembourg. Their nocturnal strolls gave them an exotic feeling, as they passed through streets adorned with palm trees and paved with buildings with Renaissance or Louis XIV facades.

Later in the night, musicians devaendoiventer in the crowded lanes lining the courtyards of historic monuments such as Notre-Dame and the Hôtel de Ville. They offered classical, folk and swing concerts until 3 or 4 in the morning. Professional artists also performed at the Tuileries in spring and autumn for a lively show called Le Printemps des Arts. In the Middle Ages, this event would have been held at the king’s palace in Fontainebleau. Things are different now; friends are delighted to take part in this nocturnal party whose ultimate aim is to make everyday Parisian life more pleasant.

Friends enjoyed a lively nightlife thanks to Paris’ resounding success as a cultural capital.

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