Retro clubs and dancing halls in Paris

People dance here as they did in the past: these resolutely retro clubs have lost none of their charm

In these clubs, there is a retro feel and an emphasis on ballroom dancing. Lovers of the Argentinean tango, waltz, cha-cha-cha, rumba and Madison know this place well. Some organize afternoon tea dances that are mostly attended by pensioners, like at Balajo in Bastille.

At Memphis, on the Grands Boulevards, afternoon tea and themed evening dances draw fans of disco, funk and Latin rhythms.

Chalet du Lac de Saint Mandé is a historic place where dances are regularly organized.

Some organizations like Le Colectivo Milonga offer dance lessons.

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In these clubs, there is a retro feel and an emphasis on ballroom dancing. Lovers of the Argentinean tango, waltz, cha-cha-cha, rumba and Madison know this place well. Some organize afternoon tea dances that are mostly attended by pensioners, like at Balajo in Bastille.

At Memphis, on the Grands Boulevards, afternoon tea and themed evening dances draw fans of disco, funk and Latin rhythms.

Chalet du Lac de Saint Mandé is a historic place where dances are regularly organized.

Some organizations like Le Colectivo Milonga offer dance lessons.