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Toulouse-Lautrec adored Moulin Rouge, and he certainly had good reasons to do so. Located in the vicinity of Montmartre in the Paris red-light district of Pigalle, the cabaret was a hotbed of brash entertainment, and the lithe, long-legged dancers had a special appeal to the crippled painter. Today, thousands of tourists take obligatory pictures under the replica of the original red windmill, but the real attraction only comes with the evening performance of cancan. Lively and seductive, the dance is a spectacle of whirling costumes, slender legs, sexy loungerie, and outstanding technique. You'll have to loosen the purse strings a bit to enjoy the show, but it's still not much for a trip to turn-of-the-century France and its unbridled romance hoovering in clouds of cigar smoke.AVARAGE RATINGAddress: 82 boulevard de Clichy, Paris, 75018, France
Tel: 33 01 53 09 82 82
Nani Aug 6, 2011 7:55 AM
crap, pathetic and boring. Do not go and see, you are better spending that money on something, anything else.
why not May 2, 2012 2:25 AM
Go and see for yourself. Do not listen to a random poster and base your trip on that (or this...)
lauren twitpl Oct 14, 2012 2:41 PM
i went on my holiday to paris and went for one day ( i actually stayed the night aswel but it was in a room whith my boyfriend) it is like los vagus not good for children at all. i loved it well what i remebered of it i was drunk for most of it .if you have actally finished reading this then at the end of your vivue put hey love babe.
dinkleberg the 2ND Nov 23, 2012 12:33 PM
BRIGHT COLOURS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
mr jewish man Mar 18, 2013 11:21 AM
i hate it