Spots in Paris for Music Lovers

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Paris is a truly fascinating city which is a heaven for tourists from all over the world. It offers something for everyone, regardless of their age, gender or lifestyle. There will be something in the city for all the people to indulge in. This mesmerizing place never fails to amaze people with its wonderful culture and breath-taking beauty and is a dream destination for people across the globe.

If you are a music lover and want to explore more about French music, then this article is for you. Here we list some iconic spots in Paris that the people who have a passion for music will definitely want to visit. If you love music, then these destinations should be included in your private tours Paris to enjoy the beauty of French music.

The Olympia Theatre

This is the first step in your private tours Paris to explore French music. The Olympia Theatre is among the most famous music venues in Paris because of its great history in hosting the concerts and shows of some legends like Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg, Juliette Greco and the very renowned Italian-Egyptian singer Dalida. You can learn more about the history of this great concert hall from the pictures and narratives displayed here.

Serge Gainsbourg’s House and “Graffiti Wall”

The legendary singer Serge Gainsbourg lived in a house close to the Eiffel Tower from 1969 till his death in 1991. He was not only a singer but also a songwriter, poet, pianist, film composer, painter, writer, screenwriter, actor as well as a director. He was really an admirable person with multiple talents. Visiting his house is equal to paying tribute to the wonderful classic French music.

Unfortunately, the house is not accessible to the public. However, its outer wall has become something of a homage site to this truly fascinating artist. It is covered with street art which includes a beautiful portrait of the musician smoking.

Edith Piaf Memorial

This memorial is dedicated to Edith Piaf, who was referred to as “La Mome” affectionately. He was one of the most famous musicians in French music history. For those who are die-hard fans of Edith Piaf, visiting this memorial will be a thrilling and inspiring experience. The memorial was created by a local sculptor and has many detractors because of the large number of admirers it has.  You can know more about this singer by paying a visit to the nearby Edith Piaf Museum which is home to many things associated with him.

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