Paris At Night – Six Great Ideas For A Night On The Town

For a night on the town in the City of Lights we want you to have a full Paris experience, not just sit in your hotel at night after eating in some random restaurant. Of course we also want you to be able to relax and enjoy, not have to fret about planning, ratings, and reservations. That's why we like these evenings out, everything is taken care of, all you have to do is show up!

VIP Twilight Tour – Champagne Cruise + Eiffel Tower

VIP Twilight Tour

There are hundreds of 5-star reviews for this combination evening activity — and for good reason. Your night in Paris starts on a bateau, for a twilight river cruise along the city's famous river. Gaze upon the sights of Paris, lit up for your viewing pleasure, while you sip bubbly in a VIP area at the front of the boat. Filled with bubbles and glorious sights, you return to the dock, from whence your guide leads you to the Eiffel Tower. Walk past the long line-ups, and up to Level Two for even better views of Paris at night. Magical!

Dinner Cruise + Eiffel Tower with Private Transportation

Dinner Cruise on the Seine + Eiffel Tower Visit

Here's another way to get out on the river and up the Tower… at night. This fun-filled evening starts with your driver taking you on a tour of Paris at night, on the way to the banks of the Seine where a table has been reserved for you on a dinner cruise boat. Once seated, you dine on a classic French meal, with wine of course. Afterwards you are escorted to the Eiffel Tower where priority-access tickets get you up to the top to admire the glittering city landscape. Choose the 8:30 PM sailing for the best experience.

Dinner & Show at Lido de Paris

Dinner & Show at Lido de Paris

On the famed Champs-Elysées you'll find the nightclub with the best address in the city, Lido de Paris. It also mounts what is probably the most glamorous show — Paris Merveilles. You can't help but get caught up in this world of decadent dancers, sparkling sequins, extraordinary sets, magical lighting, and captivating music.

The most fun way to take in the show is to start by having dinner at the Lido. Multi-course meals prepared by French chefs will delight your palate while the cabaret delights your eyes and ears. We like the package called Prestige Dinner & Show that features a 3-course dinner (with wine & champagne) starting at 7 PM followed by the show at 9 PM. This was one of our personal favorite evening experiences in Paris.

French Wine Tasting + Dinner

Grand Crus of Burgundy

On Saturday night in Paris, settle into the tasting room of the most acclaimed win bar in the city to enjoy four top-notch French wines and a classic Parisian multi-course dinner. An experienced sommelier leads you through the origins of each of the wines (including champagne), teaches you how to taste them and how to pair wines with different foods. Gain insight into the origins of each wine (a new wine with each course) while you soak up the convivial atmosphere. Finish your delightful evening with a delicious digestif.

Private Montmartre Tour + Dinner + Lapin Agile Cabaret

Lapin Agile Cabaret

The evening begins when your driver meets you at your Paris address to take you on a private tour of the city's most bohemian and interesting neighborhood, Montmartre. You learn about the history and culture of this former village on the hill, including stories of the artists and writers who worked here — Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh. This part of the tour ends at a local restaurant, where a table has been reserved for you. But the evening isn't over yet.

You top off your night with the cabaret show at the legendary Au Lapin Agile cabaret, a favorite haunt of the artists you just learned about and the only traditional cabaret still operating in Paris. You have the chance to see the current show that includes old French chansons, songs by Edith Piaf, Parisian drinking songs, and much more, in an ambiance typical of the Paris of the early years of the 20th century.

Paradis Latin Dinner & Cabaret Show

Paradis Latin

Paradis Latin can be called the oldest cabaret in Paris because it is still staged in the theater built by Gustave Eiffel in 1889, the same year he completed the Eiffel Tower and Moulin Rouge. The building is impressive and evocative of another era, but new cabaret show itself, Paradis d'Amour, is equally wonderful. For the best experience, choose the Prestige Dinner Show & Drinks option.

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