Cabaret shows are glamorous, classic, and symbolic of fin de siècle Paris. Look no further for a historic and diverting way to spend a night in Paris!
Immortalized by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the Moulin Rouge still stands today in all its original glory. Under the still-turning vanes you’ll find the birthplace of the modern Can-Can. Admittedly touristic, it is still a Parisian must-see. After all, it’s the Moulin Rouge.
Ballet performance at the Moulin Rouge (Wikimedia Commons)
Lido is another famous cabaret situated on the Champs Élysées. It’s very similar in size to the Moulin Rouge. Its show is more modern, integrating within it traditional elements, like the Can-Can. As for pricing, Lido and Moulin Rouge are virtually identical:
The show only costs 115€ per person, including a half bottle of champagne, or 165€ per person for fast track access and higher quality champagne.
For dinner and the show, you’ll pay 165€ (this is only at Lido)
For dinner and the show, first class tickets cost 195€ each.
For dinner and the show, an exclusive package (skip the lines, best seats in the house, etc) is a whopping 300€ per person.
A third great option is the renowned cabaret, Crazy Horse. Here is an article devoted to it.
Don’t forget to mute your devices, and enjoy the show!The mill’s blades swirling
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