• Champs-Elysees, France
  • 116 bis av des Champs-Elysees, Paris, France | 8th 
  • +33 33 1 40 76 56 10 
    History of the Lido starts in 1928 with a small gambling house opened Edward Shaw on the Champs Elysees at number 78 The name is taken from the Italian language and the spirit of Venice. In 1936, it is owned by teatral Leon Volterra, but by 1939 the establishment of decline.

    Official opening of the theater took place in 1946, when the brothers Joseph and Louis Clerico carried away with the idea that a city like Paris, entertainment facilities must not unlike one of the existing ones. Since then, Lido combines traditional theater modern shows, which have become famous throughout the world. Theater performances (42 girls and 16 boys) in the original and extravagant costumes cause delight, a storm of applause, because nothing like this in other countries.

    Wildly popular theater led to the fact that the room could not accommodate all those wishing to get on the show. In 1977, the owners of the establishment, decide on the urgent need to increase the area because Lido moved to another building on the same Champs Elysees, Only in the house at number 116 is currently an area of ​​about 7500 square meters. m. The chic room Lido can rest comfortably at once nearly 1,500 people. At the request of visitors in the ticket price may include dinner, which consists of four types of menu.

    Cabaret concert halls, also serve to hold charity events, performances and world-class fashion show.
    • attractions
      • Galleries and Museums

Sights nearby

Louis Vuitton boutique on the Champs Elysees
Aviation Club de France
House of Honore de Balzac
Restaurant Pierre Gagnaire
Convention and Visitors Bureau
Patisserie Laduree
Restaurant Taillevent
Shopping center Drugstore Publicis
Monument to Honore de Balzac
Restaurant Le Cinq
The hotel "Salomon de Rothschild"
Shopping center L`Atelier Renault
Arc de Triomphe
Elysee Pavilion
Spa My Blend by Clarins
Memorial "Eternal Flame" in Paris
Metro Station Charles de Gaulle Etoile
The observation deck Arc de Triomphe
American Cathedral of the Holy Trinity
Restaurant Apicius
Pleyel concert hall
Show room Citroen car dealership
Sculpture "Muse" in the garden of the Champs Elysees
Mansion Paiva
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

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