Top Nightclubs in Paris

There is more to Paris’ nightlife than a casual observer would imagine. Here is a list of some of the topnightclubs in Paris that you should make a point of trying out;

Batofar – this Parisian club sits on a converted barge that floats on the Seine; its among the few paris clubs that have succeeded in staying fresh over the years. Crowds line up outside the club every night to enjoy the best of rock, techno, hip-hop, dubset and electro music.

Le Truskel – located in the Grands Boulevards neighborhood, this hipster hotspot has a blend of micro-club ambiance and traditional Celtic pub style. The DJs and musicians spin music including electro-pop, indie, and punk till dawn.

Le Baron –is the “it” place for those considered as the international glitterati crowd. It’s a relatively small lounge that accommodates only 150 people. The dance floor of this exclusive club is one of the most fully packed dancefloors in Paris nightclubs.

Rex Club – it mimics the big London’sTechno Grunge clubs with its international crowd and sunken dancefloors. If you are in search of a mood altering experience, with music such as electronica and heavy bass house, then this is the place for you.

Chacha Club – those looking to simulate a private club style minus the restricted and tedious membership requirements can enjoy the luxurious art deco maze of the Chacha Club.

Chez Moune – this club features mirrored tiled walls, a relatively low ceiling, and a unique 1930’s décor style. It is the perfect joint for the hipster kind of crowd. To top it all up, it is free of charge.

Le Social Club – located at the Grands Boulevards club section, this is the perfect spot for the hottest DJ scenes (both French and International). It accommodates upto500 nightravelers.

How To Travel In The European Union As Lifestyle Entrepreneur

The good thing about being a lifestyle entrepreneur is that you can basically work from anywhere as long as you have a laptop, and stable internet! Considering that over 2 billion people across the globe access the internet each day, it’s worth mentioning that the online market is huge and relatively untapped. If you are in the UK, and are willing to travel across the EU while still working as a Lifestyle entrepreneur, then we have some few tips to guide you forward. The advice below applies to being a lifestyle entrepreneur anywhere in the world, but since we are talking about Europe, they may as well apply;

lifestyle-entreprenuerBe passionate; first and foremost, you’ll need to pick a business or venture that you are passionate about. Mind you, in lifestyle entrepreneurship, passion for the job matters more than profits. The concept behind is that if you do what you’re passionate about passionately, then profits will automatically take care of themselves.

Have a website; having decided on the nature of enterprise you want to start, the next step will be for you to have a website. Rather than establishing the website while on the move in a EU country, why not do it before leaving the UK? A good website ought to be easy to navigate; do not cram content, images, and other details all in one page. Remember, visitors have just 5 seconds to decide whether they want to stay longer in your site, or want to leave immediately.  While here, you’ll also need the tools, and software to help you better your enterprise and make it compete effectively with other businesses out there.

Know the EU rules; although EU members can move in and out of member countries with little trouble over visas, it is paramount that you acquaint yourself with the rules of the country you’re visiting. Find out whether the nature of your business goes against the country’s laws in any way.

Travel documents; lastly, you need to ensure that you’re safe and protected when travelling across the EU. It is also prudent to ensure that you have a valid EHIC card for you, in case you fall ill or required medical attention while in a foreign country. British lifestyle entrepreneurs can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that even when away in a foreign EU country, they still can access medical treatment at affordable and fair costs.