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Paris-17e-arrondissement, Paris, Ile de France

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The 17th arrondissement of Paris is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood that offers a treasure trove of hidden gems. Stroll through the picturesque streets of Batignolles, a microcosm of boutique shops, cafés, and green spaces like Square des Batignolles. Discover the Haussmannian elegance of Monceau's beautiful residential buildings, just steps from Parc Monceau, one of Paris's most charming parks...See more

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The Lido Matinee Show with Champagne and Optional Lunch
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The Lido Matinee Show with Champagne and Optional Lunch

ArrayWhy You Shouldn’t Miss This Located in the heart of Paris on the Champs de Elysees, Le Lido serves as an exemplary cabaret and burlesque show that has been delighting local enthusiasts and tourists alike for over six decades. With its incredible assemblage of highly talented and beautiful dancers, singers and many other performers, the Lido never fails to entertain its audience. The likes of Siegfried and Roy, Edith Piaf, Sylvie Vartan, Maurice Chevalier and Eartha Kitt have graced the Lido’s grand stage, which clearly speaks for itself! The Lido was essentially founded when the Clerico Brothers began importing an array of Las Vegas cabaret shows to Paris with Donn Arden’s help all the way back in 1956. The show has continuously evolved since then while keeping the essence of the performances as fresh as when it first opened. The current and latest show, made by legendary director Franco Dragone, is called 'Paris Merveilles'. Franco has drawn inspiration from the city of Paris and the many magical scenes that happen on its streets to give you the show of a lifetime. The Show The Lido certainly has a long and rich tradition of exemplary performance. Every Lido show consists of anything between ten to twenty scenes that run for around 1½ hours in total, of which the Bluebell Girls’ performance is undoubtedly the primary attraction of the show. Many of the other singers, showgirls and performers serve to enhance the overall presentation and make sure to keep it colorful for repeat audiences. You will be blown away by the exotic furs, glamorous fabrics, incredible feather and rhinestone costumes. The show generally opens with a characteristic or thematic scene that sets the mood, tone, and color scheme for the performances to come. There are quick costume-change shows, vaudeville acts like acrobats or magicians, a scene that includes excellent water effects and, of course, the famous number, Merci Beaucoup, to bring the show to a splendid conclusion.

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The Lido Show with Champagne
1.2 km

The Lido Show with Champagne

ArrayThe Lido Show Highlights Prepare to be dazzled and enchanted by the Lido Show Watch ‘Paris Merveilles’ a landmark show in the Lido history created and directed by Franco Dragone. Enjoy some champagne as you see the spectacle unfold in front of you. Choose from a range of tickets and select the option that appeals to you best. Why Visit The Lido Show Made famous by the stunning/incredible Bluebell girls, the Le Lido or Lido Cabaret is one of the most famous venues for cabaret in Paris. The first show under the Lido franchise opened in 1946. It was in 1948 that Mary Kelly, along with her troupe of Blue Bell girls came into the Lido revue and stayed there for the next 40 years. To this date, the Bluebell girls are a major part of any new show under the Lido's stewardship. The atmosphere, lights, and charm give this venue an added gloss, and the opening nights of their new shows are attended by the who's who of the celebrity world. At the Lido, you will enter a new world of French Burlesque performances and cabaret acts which are famous across the world. Learn more about the show by visiting our Lido Show Category Your Lido Experience Step into The Lido and take in the glamorous atmosphere and visuals of the crystals, feathers, chandeliers and much more stunning luxurious statement pieces. The new show playing at the Lido is ‘Paris Merveilles.’ Sip on some champagne, sit back and enjoy the show. Created and directed by the ultra-talented Franco Dragone, ‘Paris Merveilles’ is an homage to the city of Paris. Dragone when conceptualizing the show aimed to create one that would satiate the eyes and soul. Centered around a singer, Manon, this revue is a first of its kind in Lido history. Dragone incorporates stunning visual effects, extravagant costumes, best dancers from around the world, and exceptional performances into this over-the-top Cabaret experience. Ticket Options You will find these ticket options on the next page to choose from, allowing you to select the experience that best suits your needs. These variants exist for all the shows unless mentioned otherwise. 1. Show with Glass of Champagne: Includes show ticket plus one glass of champagne per ticket 2. Show with Half-Bottle of Champagne: Includes show ticket plus half-a-bottle of Brut 1er cru Champagne champagne per ticket 3. Show with Premium Champagne Service: Includes show ticket plus Half-a-bottle of Ruinart or Taittinger Champagne along with a plate of macaroons. You also get personalized greetings, priority access, and privileged seating

Lido de Paris, 116 avenue des Champs Elysée 75008 Paris
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The Lido Cabaret Show – With a glass of champagne
1.2 km

The Lido Cabaret Show – With a glass of champagne

Located on the Champs Elysées, close the the Arc de Triomphe, the Lido Cabaret is the ideal setting for an unforgettable evening. Watch the Lido's latest production and make the most of the experience with a glass of champagne! LOCATED ON THE CHAMPS ELYSÉES, CLOSE THE THE ARC DE TRIOMPHE, THE LIDO CABARET IS THE IDEAL SETTING FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE EVENING. WATCH THE LIDO'S LATEST PRODUCTION AND MAKE THE MOST OF THE EXPERIENCE WITH A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE! Ever since it first opened its doors in 1928, the Lido has been at the cutting edge of cabaret, earning an international reputation for its spectacular shows that employ innovative techniques.  Launched in spring 2015, the Lido's 27th production, 'Paris Merveilles', is bigger and better than ever!  Come and discover the brand new show created and directed by Franco Dragone, known for his work with the Cirque du Soleil and the Céline Dion Show in Las Vegas, as well as the magnificent 2014 World Cup opening ceremony in Brazil!  The new show is a fantastical journey during which the famous emblems of Paris are brought to life through impressive scenery and choreography.  The delirious dances lead by the famous Bluebell Girls and Lido Boys are performed at a frenzied pace; their extravagant hats and majestic costumes adorned with feathers and sparkling like diamonds! Attend a one-of-a-kind show in homage to the elegance and beauty of Paris! Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Please drink responsibly

Avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris
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La flamme de la Liberté
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La flamme de la Liberté

The Flame of Liberty (Flamme de la Liberté) in Paris is a full-sized, gold-leaf-covered replica of the new flame at the upper end of the torch carried in the hand of the Statue of Liberty at the entrance to the harbor of New York City since 1986.The monument, which measures approximately 3.5 metres in height, is a sculpture of a flame, executed in gilded copper, supported by a pedestal of gray-and-black marble. It is located near the northern end of the Pont de l'Alma, on the Place de l'Alma, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.It was offered to the city of Paris in 1989 by the International Herald Tribune on behalf of donors who had contributed approximately $400,000 for its fabrication. It represented the culmination of that newspaper's 1987 celebration of its hundredth anniversary of publishing an English-language daily newspaper in Paris. More importantly, the Flame was a token of thanks for the restoration work on the Statue of Liberty accomplished three years earlier by two French businesses that did artisanal work on the project: namely, Métalliers Champenois, which did the bronze work, and the Gohard Studios, which applied the gold leaf. While the gift to France was prompted by the centennial of the newspaper, the Flame of Liberty, more broadly, is a lasting symbol of the friendship uniting the two countries, just as the statue itself was, when it was given to the United States by France.This project was overseen by the director of the French craft unions at that time, Jacques Graindorge. He foresaw an installation of the Flame of Liberty in a public square called Place des États-Unis (United States Place) in the 16th arrondissement, but the then mayor of Paris, Jacques Chirac, was opposed to it. After a protracted period of negotiations, it was decided that the Flame would be placed in an open area near the intersection of l'Avenue de New-York (New York Avenue) and the Place de l'Alma. The monument was dedicated on May 10, 1989 by Chirac.On the base of the monument, a commemorative plaque recounts the following story:"The Flame of Liberty. An exact replica of the Statue of Liberty's flame offered to the people of France by donors throughout the world as a symbol of the Franco-American friendship. On the occasion of the centennial of the International Herald Tribune. Paris 1887-1987."The flame became an unofficial memorial for Diana, Princess of Wales after her 1997 death in the tunnel beneath the Pont de l'Alma.[3] The flame became an attraction for tourists and followers of Diana, who fly-posted the base with commemorative material. Anthropologist Guy Lesoeurs said, "Most people who come here think this was built for her."The site of the monument is served by the Métro de Paris subway station called Alma-Marceau on Line No. 9 and by the RER commuter rail station, Pont de l'Alma, on its 'C' Line, as well as by buses numbered 42, 63, 72, 80, 92, and the Balabus sightseeing buses. Source : Wikipédia – Reproduction d’extraits du texte original. 
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18 Avenue George V 75008 Paris
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