Home of the famous Moulin Rouge, Pigalle borrows its name from the 18th century Parisian sculptor, Jean-Baptise Pigalle. The area was initially notorious for its scandalous nightlife, but has become friendlier over the decades while retaining its original history. Perhaps not necessarily family friendly, Pigalle is still a popular area, bustling with nightlife. Whether perusing sex shops, ogling topless dancers at a cabaret, or attending a concert at the Divan du Monde, Quartier Pigalle has a lot to offer in Parisian history and entertainment.
Café du Marche sits tucked away on the corner of Rue Cler like a well kept secret. If you want to ... Read more