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Moulin Rouge Shows & Packages


In 1889, the very first tourists were coming to Paris for two things: the recently inaugurated strange metal structure also called the Eiffel Tower… and the just as strange Moulin Rouge. Its gigantic. The French Cancan show, the elastic dancers and their elastic morality pictured by Toulouse Lautrec were just part of entire show. These fantasies might be long gone but luckily, for the enjoyments of a mature audience, the show still goes on. 

The eighty artists, the “féerie” dance of the 60 Doriss Girls, the 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins, the giant aquarium and the original music recorded by 80 musicians and 60 chorus singers will amaze you. 

Reserve show tickets with or without dinner plus private transfers to the most famous Cabaret show in the world.

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Option 1: Show and Chamapagne at the Moulin Rouge 199€pp

Option 2: Show, Champagne and Transfer 259€pp

6.30pm Private car transfer to Dinner 
7:00pm Dinner & Drinks at La Bonne Franquette nearby
9:00pm Show and Champagne
11:00pm Private return car transfer

Option 3: VIP Front Balcony Seating Show or Dinner - Price on request


Available:  Daily
Start Time:
Showtimes 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Duration: Based on option
Meeting Point: Based on option
Includes: Show and Champagne

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Parisien Cafe


No trip to Paris would be complete without sitting at the terrace of a café to watch the scenes. To spend an afternoon with a friend over ‘un petit café,’ while you watch Parisians bustle by, is a uniquely French form of relaxation. But there is more to sitting in a café than just relaxing over a drink. Cafés are the beating heart and soul of art, culture, and food in France.

During your exploration of the café culture of Paris, you will have time not only for tasting wine and café, but also for cheese, pastries, and chocolate. Learn about French history and French psychology by experiencing directly a fundamental French passion: a passionate discussion in a café, where history, wit, literature and sociability make good food even better.



"The destiny of nations turns on how they feed themselves." And of course, the nation that understood the importance of food best was France... Brillat-Savarin, French foodologist, b. 1755.