Moulin Rouge Show
with pickup and return
The fabulous Le Bal du Moulin Rouge, home of the French Can-Can, will delight you with its shimmering feathery costumes, unique music and dance from international musicians as well as a world famous revue. This is Paris at its finest, and the amazing high energy show will leave you breathless and entertained. When one thinks of the Moulin Rouge in Paris, the name Toulouse-Lautrec and the Can-Can first come to mind. However, the cabaret has a unique and exciting history that might be evident in the paintings, yet is mostly to be discovered.» Learn more!
Moulin Rouge Show with pickup and return from your hotel or apartment
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* From your hotel or your apartment located inside Paris
The History of the Moulin RougeAs one of the first cabarets, beginning in 1889, the Moulin Rouge reflected the period in French history when experimentation, a light-hearted view of the world, a rejection of classicalism, and the nonchalance of the Belle Epoque period was at its height. Artistic creativity thrived, as painters and illustrators sought to express this new freedom from the former classical restrictions of the past. Japanese influences, such as seen in the paintings of Lautrec, were at their height. In this time of eccentricity, as well as the beginnings of the Eiffel Tower, the Moulin Rouge was born.
The Cancan GirlsThe "unruly girls" or Chahuteuses were immortalized by Toulouse Lautrec; they were boisterously dancing this new dance, as witnessed by the painter and written about in 1898. Writers of the period thought that these girls, with their famous physical flexibility, were also reflecting their flexible morals. La Goulue was one of the most famous of the Can-can girls; Lautrec added to her immortality through his representations of her in his paintings.
Today's Moulin Rouge - The Feerie ShowWith 60 Doriss Girls and Dancers, magic happens as the lights dim, and the stage is filled with a spectacle. Over 1000 costumes of sequins, rhinestones and feathers enchant and amaze the viewers. Sumptuous scenery, lovingly crafted by Italian artists, sets the stage for the Garden of the Moulin Rouge. Original music, performed by over 80 musicians and 60 chorus singers, enchants and entertains. A giant aquarium returns to the delight and amazement of the audience. A unique spectacle, the The Féerie Show upholds the wonderful tradition and history of the Moulin Rouge for visitors and residents of Paris today.
You will able to select your evening, Champagne-Revue:
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First show (09:00PM) or Second show (11:00PM).
Your ticket (voucher) will be delivered online, paper tickets are not required. Your voucher is the proof of booking and settlement and you must print it and present it at your guide or chauffeur while in Paris. You will have access to voucher desk through a secured link provided in your order confirmation email.
Terms and Conditions and Cancellation Policy
Booking changes and cancellations are VALID only when made through us by email at email@example.com or by fax at +376 826 770. You can change your reservation date at no charge if you notify us at least four (4) days before your arrival. If you cancel your reservation and you notify us at least five (5) days before your arrival, there is a 20% cancellation fee. After this time no refunds can be made. Prices are valid only when departing from Paris. We apologize in advance for departures or returns that are delayed due to unusual traffic problems. Customers staying in private apartments are requested to wait in front of the entrance of the selected hotel 10 minutes before the pickup time listed on the voucher. Cancellation fees will not be waived for any reason, however, they may be covered by travel insurance. We *highly* recommend that you have insurance with *adequate* coverage, including Force Majeure.