For a pre-planned suggested itinerary of dance club hopping, you can check out Queen and Matignon, then head around the corner to Chez Raspoutine and once finished there walk the 10 minutes up the "most beautiful avenue in the world," toward the Arc de Triomphe where you'll find L'Arc, designed by none other than Lenny Kravitz, nestled on a side street. Or, you can opt to be really original and gather up some of your friends to book a spot on the Bus Discotheque. Just as the name implies, it's a luxury coach that has been outfitted as a dance club. Here you dance to the rhythms while being chauffeured around the breathtaking backdrop that is Paris by night. However, if you're the type that likes to try out a few venues during a dance club going-out soiree, you'll appreciate that alot of the clubs listed here are within walking distance of one another. Taxis are sometimes difficult to find late at night in the city and the Metro stops running between from about 1am to 5am. The areas around the Champs-Elysées has clubs within close proximity of each other. Many Parisiennes (that's the feminine version of the word) bring a pair of flats with them as they make their clubbing rounds. And, of course, you can always hop on a Velib' after your night out to get back home if the Métro isn't running yet.
Top DJs get the energy moving, and your fellow clubbers ensure that there's plenty to see along the way. To follow the beautiful people, give Wanderlust a try or check out Le Montana. Either way, 10Best will make sure you know the best places to dance in Paris.