France·July 21 2022
Queer culture in Paris has been centred around a district called Le Marais since the 1980s. Explore the scene like never before.SOLD OUT
Queer culture in Paris has been centred around a district called Le Marais since the 1980s. Queerness also brought art galleries and eyes for fashion to the district, naming Le Marais the queer, fashion and art scene in central Paris. French author Florence Tamagne describes walking through the village as ‘less of a place where one lives and works and more an entrance to a pleasure area’ - giving it a unique sense of camaraderie and vibrancy (especially at night). Le Marais is also home to one of Europe’s largest cruising bars ‘per Tamagne’. Come explore Paris gay bars, drink, chat and discover what makes the Parisian scene so unique.