Today we will tell you about the secret places that you should see if you are tired of the usual sights. Perhaps you walked the center up and down, or it is not the first time that you have visited this amazing city. Then take our advice and go on a romantic walk with an escort girl.
Center for Music and Visual Arts La Gaîté Lyrique. It is housed in the building of the former operetta theater, and now you can see modern installations among classic interiors here. There are also drawing master classes, impromptu contests, interactive concerts and dance evenings. There is a library on the ground floor. Don't want to read? Grab your joysticks and play video games with your escort girl. Such leisure will certainly relax you and make you closer.
Near the Porte de Clignancourt metro station, there are 12 flea markets in Saint-Ouen at once. To be honest, the eyes just run up here! In local shops you can find antique furniture, carpets, toys, dishes, works of art and other interesting things. And in the Tombées du Camion store you can even buy coffin pens or pre-war packaging of toilet paper. A good mood from a joint walk through such markets is guaranteed to you!
Once a bank operated at Rivoli, 59, but after its move the house was empty for a long time. On November 1, 1999, the building was occupied by free artists. At first, the police tried to disperse them, but soon resigned. Today, 30 workshops are located on six floors. Openings, performances and exhibitions are held here, where you can purchase works of art at first hand. Admission to all events is free.
Cabaret Aux Trois Mailletz is a fun cabaret with a rich history. At one time such legendary stars as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Lil Armstrong performed here. Here they sing and dance until the morning! Even the waiters sing, and the guests dance on the tables. The entrance is paid, but the sight is worth it.
Museum of Magic and Wonders. It is located in the basement of the 16th century, under the mansion of the Marquis de Sade. Founder - collector of magical attributes Georges Proust. The museum displays a variety of magic props for super-stunning tricks: boxes for sawing girls, a flying man, magic wands, non-reflective mirrors, clever gadgets and even frightening exhibits.