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					Paris 2009 / Young people

Paris, a capital for young people. Paris is a magnet for young people with its eclectic range of attractions for all tastes and all budgets for ages 15-25. From young travellers wanting to really make themselves at home during their stay to the more nomadic backpacker, and those coming in a group, everyone will find what they are looking for. On the accommodation scene, for a friendly atmosphere and the opportunity to meet other people, youth hostels, residences and campsites are popular places. For more private accommodation, the capital has a large range of comfortable and affordable hotels as well as apartments to rent. Culturally, there is a lot to choose from with special rates for young people: cinema, theatres, museums and contemporary culture sites … and a calendar of concerts with all the latest on the music scene and new album releases! What’s more, with the launch of the Passe nuit (night pass) by the Paris City Council, nights out in the capital offer even more possibilities. For eating out, there are lots of different possibilities from a quick snack to gastronomic cooking, to the latest healthy trends, as well as food for a meal with friends: pizzerias, creperies … Not forgetting night-time entertainment: clubbing, café-concerts, pubs … and shopping with top fashion stores, streetwear boutiques, not to be missed shopping spots, the flea markets … Paris buzzes and gets young people buzzing!
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Low-cost accommodation. Ideas for inexpensive accommodation Gastronomy without spending a fortune. Affordable ways to eat well Partying and nightlife in Paris. Parisian nights à la carte Culture at student prices. Cultural activities Here and now! New ideas and concepts for those in the know. Not forgetting… Shopping!

Events calendar
A selection of outings and leisure activities in Paris.

Pari Roller
Every Friday night, hardcore skaters take to the streets of Paris with around 15,000 others for tours lasting until 1am. Meet at 9.30pm at the Montparnasse train station.
Depart from Gare Montparnasse - www.pari-roller.com

All year

Oasis at Bercy
The Gallagher brothers are back in Paris! The rock group from the Manchester suburbs presents its seventh album, ―Dig Up Your Soul‖.
Palais omnisports Paris-Bercy – www.bercy.fr

03/03

John Legend at the Zénith
With the release of his third album, ―Evolver‖, last October, the gentleman of R’n’B with a touch of soul and gospel began a world tour. Don’t miss his concert in Paris!
Le Zénith de Paris – www.le-zenith.com

07/03

Bénabar at the Zénith
After hearing ―L’Effet papillon‖, an extract from his latest album, released in autumn 2008, on almost every radio channel, you can discover the new social chronicles sung by French artist Bénabar.
Le Zénith de Paris – www.le-zenith.com

from 11/03 to 17/03

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The Killers at the Zénith
Fans take note, the alternative rock quartet from Las Vegas are finishing their world tour in the capital! With their new album, ―Day and age‖, rumour has it that they could become the next U2 … watch this space.
Le Zénith de Paris – www.le-zenith.com

19/03

Aaron at the Zénith
The melancholic pop duo have played to full houses during their French tour, a new date has been fixed at the Zénith.
Le Zénith de Paris – www.le-zenith.com

04/04

Beyoncé at Bercy
The sultry queen of R’n’B promises to set Bercy alight with sensual beats and more personal ballads, like her third solo album on sale in record shops since November 2008.
Palais omnisports Paris-Bercy – www.bercy.fr

05/05

La Nuit des musées
Fifth edition of museums night, a great initiative where participating Parisian museums offer free admission to the public for one night, until 1am. With special activities.
www.nuitdesmusees.culture.fr

16/05
(once a year)

Lenny Kravitz at Bercy
After the launch of his new album, at the Zénith, in February 2008, the international star goes on a tour of France in 2009. On stage at Bercy for his ―Love Revolution‖!
Palais omnisports Paris-Bercy – www.bercy.fr

20/05

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Fête de la Musique, 28th edition
Created in France, this event takes place in twelve or so European countries. Music takes over the city for one whole day and night. On the programme, concerts in large Parisian squares and performances by amateur musicians in bars and cafes.
Details on www.culture.fr

21/06

Paris cinéma 2009
Initiated and supported by the Paris City Council, the Paris cinema festival, now in its seventh year, has become a major cinematographic event in early summer. The festival presents an exciting line-up of films around an international competition.
www.pariscinema.org

from 30/06 to 11/07

Festival Sous la plage (performing arts festival), 7th edition
This free summer festival offers a two-day programme of live performances: DJ, artistic installations, film screenings, activities for children … sun and good fun!
Sous la plage parc André-Citroën, Paris 15th – www.souslaplage.com

from 12/07 to 13/07

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Cinéma en plein air
Seated on a blanket or stretched out on a deckchair, there are many ways of enjoying the films projected on the large screen in the Parc de la Villette.
Parc de la Villette 229 av Jean-Jaurès, Paris 19th – www.villette.com

from 15/07 to 16/08

Paris-Plages
For this event initiated by the Paris City Council, the capital turns into a beach resort: volleyball court, seasonal swimming pools, water sports, sun loungers and sand! In 2008, the event kicked off with a giant picnic; what will be the surprise for the 2009 instalment?
Paris-Plages Seine riverbanks, Paris 1st ; quai François-Mauriac (near to the Joséphine-Baker pool), Paris 13th; bassin de la Villette, Paris 19th – www.paris.fr

from 20/07 to 20/08

Paris Quartier d’été, 20th edition
Dancers, actors and musicians perform in parks and public areas. This stunning festival, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, offers circus, dance, music, and theatre performance throughout the capital. In 2008, it delighted and entertained 60,000 spectators.
In different areas of Paris – www.quartierdete.com

mid-July-mid-August

 Cinéma au clair de lune
In numerous districts of the capital, you’ll find screens for the Cinéma au clair de lune, offering an open-air programme of classic and lesser-known films.
Cinéma au clair de lune, in different areas of Paris– clairdelune.forumdesimages.net

06/08 to 22/08

Coldplay at the Parc des Princes
With its new album ―Viva la vida‖, which has already sold 5 million copies throughout the world, the London group Coldplay should create a sensation at the Parc des Princes.
Parc des Princes 24 rue du Commandant-Guilbaud, Paris 16th – www.leparcdesprinces.fr

07/09

 Techno Parade, 12th edition
In September, the procession of floats of the biggest techno event fills the streets of Paris for a day of electronic music sound.
www.technoparade.fr

September

 Nuit blanche
In 2009, nightbirds will experience their eighth Nuit blanche (sleepless night), organised by the Mairie de Paris. From dusk until dawn, the city comes alive with eclectic thematic itineraries. Art in unusual venues.
www.paris.fr

1st Saturday in October
(once a year)

Superbus at the Zénith
Exactly two years and one day after their first concert at the Zénith de Paris, Superbus, the French rock cum Californian punk group, present their latest album, released at the beginning of the year.
Le Zénith de Paris – www.le-zenith.com

24/11

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Low-cost accomodation
Budget hotels
Paris tops the list of cheapest cities in terms of low-cost accommodation, ahead of Rome, London and New York. Young people love it and find all sorts of accommodation options around the capital, ranging from oneto three-star accommodation, according to their budget.
Booking centre on www.parisinfo.com

Renting an apartment in Paris
What better way of experiencing life as a Parisian than renting an apartment in the city? This accommodation solution for up to six people is an ideal way to experience living like a real local in the city and sharing the costs. Specialist agencies can help with bookings. You can also exchange a studio or onebedroom apartment in Milan, Madrid or Moscow for a similar one in Paris, thanks to apartment exchange websites.
1,2,3 MyCityFlat 236 rue Saint-Martin, Paris 3rd - www.123-mycityflat.com At Home in Paris 15 av de Friedland, Paris 8th - www.athomeinparis.fr Intervac France 230 bd Voltaire, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 43.70.21.22 Apartrental - www.apartrental.com Details on www.parisinfo.com

Apartment hotels for small groups
Apartment hotels combine the pleasures of hiring an apartment with the services of a hotel, and provide a cost-effective and practical way of accommodating small parties of visitors in Paris. From studios to onebedroom apartments and more, apartments are all equipped and you can increase the possibilities by using the extra bed space like sofa beds. Something for everyone!
All apartment hotels on www.parisinfo.com

Youth hostels
The worldwide youth hostel network has three hostels in Paris. These friendly international hostels have 4-, 6- and 8-bedded dormitories. You need to have a youth hostel card to stay in one of these hostels.
Auberge de Jeunesse Jules-Ferry 8 bd Jules-Ferry, Paris 11th - www.fuaj.org Auberge de Jeunesse La Chapelle rue Pajol, Paris 18th - www.fuaj.org Auberge de Jeunesse Le d’Artagnan 80 rue de Vitruve, Paris 20th - www.fuaj.org More details on all the hotel residences on www.parisinfo.com

Hostels
Hostels are an ideal low-cost way to stay in the capital. Comfortable rooms from €19, with or without ensuite bathroom, and several services such as Internet, laundry service, breakfast, etc. Atmosphere is generally informal and lively!
Young and Happy Hostel 80 rue Mouffetard, Paris 5th – www.youngandhappy.fr Woodstock Hostel 48 rue Rodier, Paris 9th – www.woodstock.fr Bastille Hostel 6 rue Trousseau, Paris 11th – www.bastillehostel.com Blue Planet Hostels 5 rue Hector-Malot, Paris 12th – www.hostelblueplanet.com Oops’Hostel 50 av des Gobelins, Paris 13th - Tel +33 (0)1 47 07 47 00 Aloha Hostel 67 bis rue Dutot, Paris 15th – www.aloha.fr Three Ducks Hostel 6 place Etienne-Pernet, Paris 15th – www.3ducks.fr Village Hostel Montmartre 20 rue d’Orsel, Paris 18th – www.villagehostel.fr St. Christopher’s Inn Paris 68-74 quai de la Seine, Paris 19th - Tel +33 (0)1 40 34 34 40 – www.st-christophers.co.uk MIJE (Maison internationale de la jeunesse et des étudiants) Fauconnier, Fourcy, Maubuisson – www.mije.com

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University residences
Paris is a student city, and therefore you can find lots of accommodation in university residences throughout the city. In July and August, these residences are available for students visiting the capital from prices of around €15 per day.
Résidence Les Carmes 3 rue des Carmes, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 44 07 46 10 Résidence Concordia 41 rue Tournefort, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 35 61 51 Résidence Pierre-de-Coubertin 53 rue Lhomond, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 55 43 44 40 Résidence Jean-Sarrailh 39 av Georges Bernanos, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 40 51 37 81 Résidence Citeaux 4 rue de Citeaux, Paris 12th – Tel +33 (0)1 49 28 59 40 Résidence Pitié-Salpétrière 97 bd de l’Hôpital, Paris 13th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 84 10 15 Résidence Saint-Jacques 26 rue du Faubourg St-Jacques, Paris 14th – Tel +33 (0)1 40 51 37 84 Résidence Jean-Charles-Prost 13 rue Dareau, Paris 14th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 65 25 25 Résidence Francis-de-Croisset 8 rue Francis de Croisset, Paris 18th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 54 11 76 All the addresses on www.etudiants.paris.fr

Accommodation centres for young people
Young individuals and groups can stay at these centres for rock-bottom prices and enjoy cultural and sports activities.
Centre International Paris Louvre 20 rue Jean-Jacques-Rousseau, Paris 1st – www.bvjhotel.com Centre International Paris Quartier Latin 44 rue des Bernardins, Paris 5th – www.bvjhotel.com Centre international de séjour de Paris Maurice-Ravel 6 av Maurice-Ravel, Paris 12th – www.cisp.fr Centre International de séjour de Paris Kellermann 17 bd Kellermann, Paris 13th – www.cisp.fr Cité Internationale Universitaire 19 bd Jourdan, Paris 14th – www.ciup.fr FIAP Jean-Monnet 30 rue de Cabanis, Paris 14th – www.fiap.asso.fr Centre d’accueil et d’animation Louis-Lumière 46 rue Louis-Lumière, Paris 20th – www.ligueparis.org Ethic Étapes 44 rue Louis-Lumière, Paris 20th – www.ethic-etapes.fr

Bed & Breakfast
Staying with a local offers holiday makers and students the opportunity to meet Parisians during their stay in Paris. Guest rooms carry the label ―Hôtes de qualité‖ and breakfast is also provided, in an authentic Parisian setting.
Good Morning Paris 43 rue Lacépède, Paris 5th – www.goodmorningparis.fr Paris Lodging 25 rue Lacépède, Paris 5th – www.parislodging.fr France Lodge 41 rue Lafayette, Paris 9th – Tel +33 (0)1 56 33 85 80 Une Chambre en ville 10 rue Fagon, Paris 13th – www.chambre-ville.com La Maison Hippolyte 27 rue Hippolyte-Maindron, Paris 14th – www.chambre-hote-paris.net Alcôves et Agapes 8 bis rue Coysevox, Paris 18th – www.bed-and-breakfast-in-paris.com Hôtes Qualité Paris – www.hotesqualiteparis.fr : Fleurs de Soleil, Meeting the French, BAB, 2B in Paris

Pensions de famille (family hotels)
The atmosphere of communal lounges, big dining rooms around the fireplace, can be found in family hotels with their traditional home-like service.
Au Palais gourmand 120 bd Raspail, Paris 6th - www.aupalaisgourmand.fr Pension Les Marronniers 78 rue d’Assas, Paris 6th - www.pension-marronniers.com Pension Cardinal 4 rue du Cardinal-Mercier, Paris 9th - http://pensioncardinal.free.fr

At the campsite
For those who enjoy nature and a friendly atmosphere, the capital has camping facilities, with mobile home rentals on one of its campsites. Facilities include: small shop, snack bar, as well as video games and ticket sales office. Theme evenings offer the opportunity to socialize.
Camping du bois de Boulogne 2 allée du Bord-de-l’Eau, Paris 16th – www.campingparis.fr

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Gastronomy without spending a fortune
The famous baguette sandwich
For a quick lunch break in between a museum visit and a film at the cinema, or to savour as you stroll around the streets of the capital, the traditional Parisian sandwich is a must. Fillings include ham, cheese, crudités, etc. They are easily found in any district at boulangeries or bars and cafes.
Boulangerie-restaurant Éric Kayser 85 bd Malesherbes, Paris 8th –www.maison-kayser.com Brioche Dorée 56 rue de la Chaussée-d’Antin, Paris 9th – www.groupeleduff.com Class’Croute 167 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Antoine, Paris 12th – www.classcroute.com Pomme de Pain 82 bd du Montparnasse, Paris 14th -www.pommedepain.fr

Student canteens
Student restaurants are popular among young people because they offer full meals at unbeatable prices. Foreign holders of the Carte Internationale d’Étudiant (international student card) can get a special fixed price meal at €4.95. Meals are also served to accompanying guests for €6. In Paris, there are fourteen restaurants open mostly from Monday to Friday, from 11am to 2pm. Those at Mabillon and Bullier open in the evenings. On Sunday, the latter offers students the possibility of a brunch, so they can have a lie-in in the morning.
Bullier 31 av Georges-Bernanos, Paris 5th Censier 31 rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, Paris 5th Châtelet 10 rue Jean-Calvin, Paris 5th Cuvier Jussieu 8 bis rue Cuvier, Paris 5th Mabillon 3 rue Mabillon, Paris 6th Mazet 5 rue Mazet, Paris 6th Citeaux 4 rue de Citeaux, Paris 12th Tolbiac 17 rue de Tolbiac, Paris 13th Dauphine 2 bd Lannes, Paris 16th IUT 143 av de Versailles, Paris 16th Rabelais 2 av de la Porte-de-Clignancourt, Paris 18th Bichat 16 rue Henri-Huchard, Paris 18th More information on www.crous-paris.fr

 Healthy

eating

A quick snacky is also a healthy snack with good food outlets springing up in the capital. On the menu: salad bar, a large selection of soups, a variety of smoothies and fresh desserts … which ensure that you stock up with energy and vitamins to enjoy the capital to the full.
Bert’s 14 rue Daunou, Paris 2nd – www.berts.fr Lood Bar Juice 79 rue de Richelieu, Paris 2nd – lood.com.free.fr Le Paradis du Fruit 29 quai des Grands-Augustins, Paris 6th – www.leparadisdufruit.fr Cojean 64 rue des Mathurins, Paris 8th – www.cojean.fr High Noon 38 rue de Berri, Paris 8th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 62 20 20 Bob’s Juice Bar 15 rue Lucien-Sampaix, Paris 10th – www.bobsjuicebar.com Jour 3 rue de Phalsbourg, Paris 17th – www.jour.fr

Pizza idea
Share a tasty pizza with friends. In addition to the major chain outlets, Paris has some interesting addresses: pizza by the weight, crispy pastry, traditional or unusual toppings … there is something to suit every palate!
Il Prezzemolo 13 rue Commines, Paris 3rd – Tel +33 (0)1 42 77 79 25 Il Piccolo Drouot 2 rue de Provence, Paris 9th – Tel +33 (0)1 48 24 68 01

NEW! Pink Flamingo 67 rue Bichat, Paris 10th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 02 31 70 NEW! Al’Taglio 2 bis rue Neuve-Popincourt, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 43 38 12 00
Cacio & Peppe 18 rue Vulpian, Paris 13th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 87 37 00

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Tesoro d’Italia 20 rue Auguste-Chabrières, Paris 15th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 30 17 80

Crêpes party
Typical recipes from Brittany in the North-West of France, crêpes are the opportunity for a convivial night out in the capital. Some streets in the Montparnasse district and in the Saint-Michel district have even made them a speciality. There are sweet or savoury ones, accompanied by a traditional bowl of cider, all at an affordable price.
Cap Breton 12 rue Monsigny, Paris 2nd Rue Saint-André-des-Arts, Paris 6th La Cour aux crêpes 27 rue Galande, Paris 8th Le Châlet du 8th 8 rue du Commandant-Rivière, Paris 8th Rue du Montparnasse et rue d’Odessa, Paris 14th

Parisian bistros
Bistro food has no problem competing with fast food joints and other trendy restaurants, whose menus and design are ever more fashionable. The quintessential charm and atmosphere of these Parisian bistros remain unrivalled and they are all the more appreciated for their regional cuisine.
L’Ardoise 28 rue du Mont-Thabor, Paris 1st – Tel +33 (0)1 42 96 28 18 – www.lardoise-paris.com Le Louchebem 31 rue Berger, Paris 1st – Tel +33 (0)1 42 33 12 99 – www.le-louchebem.fr Chez Papa 153 rue Montmartre, Paris 2nd – Tel +33 (0)1 40 13 07 31 – www.chez-papa.info Le Mesturet 77 rue de Richelieu, Paris 2nd – Tel +33 (0)1 42 97 40 68 – www.lemesturet.com Le Petit Verdot 75 rue du Cherche-Midi, Paris 6th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 22 38 27 – www.le-petit-verdot.com

 L’Autre Café 62 rue Jean-Pierre-Timbaud, Paris11th – Tel +33 (0)1 40 21 03 07 – www.lautrecafe.com
Bistrot d’Hubert 41 bd Pasteur, Paris 15th – www.bistrodhubert.com L’Écluse Carnot 1 rue d’Armaillé, Paris 17th – Tel +33 (0)1.47.63.88.29 – www.leclusebaravin.com La Mère Lachaise 78 bd de Ménilmontant, Paris 20th – Tel +33 (0)1 47 97 61 60

Partying and nightlife in Paris
Parisian nightlife hotspots
Whether on the quaysides for a before party at the Concorde Atlantique, on the Champs-Élysées for a gayfriendly night at Queen or at la Loco for a night of pure electro music, some spots in Paris are true classics.
VIP Room 188 bis rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st – www.viproom.fr La Scala 188 bis rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st - www.lascalaparis.com Le Rex Club 5 bd Poissonière, Paris 2nd – www.rexclub.com Bains Douches 7 rue du Bourg-l’Abbé, Paris 3rd - www.lesbainsdouches.net Le Wagg 62 rue Mazarine, Paris 6th – www.wagg.fr Concorde Atlantique opposite 25 quai Anatole-France, Paris 7th - www.concorde-atlantique.com Le Queen 102 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th – www.queen.fr Folie’s Pigalle 11 place Pigalle, Paris 9th – www.folies-pigalle.com Bus Palladium 6 rue Fontaine, Paris 9th - www.lebuspalladium.com Le Barrio Latino 46-48 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Paris 12th - Tel +33 (0)1 55 78 84 75 Batofar opposite 11 quai François-Mauriac, Paris 13th - www.batofar.org Le Mix Club 24 rue de l’Arrivée, Paris 15th – www.mixclub.fr Red Light 34 rue du Départ, Paris 15th - www.enfer.fr L’Étoile 12 rue de Presbourg, Paris 16th - www.letoileparis.com La Loco 90 bd de Clichy, Paris 18th – www.laloco.com

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Alternative clubbing
Lovers of underground music will be delighted with these alternative venues in Paris which are at times surprising and often offer a change of scene musically speaking. Open to all, La Flèche d’or, situated in the walls of the former Charonne train station, is a popular place on the indie-rock and electro scene. The Cabaret Sauvage, another popular Parisian night spot, has revived the tradition of old fashioned dances with its jazz manouches evenings.
Social Club 142 rue Montmartre, Paris 2nd – www.myspace.com/parissocialclub Le Nouveau Casino 109 rue Oberkampf, Paris 11th – www.nouveaucasino.net Le Cabaret Sauvage Parc de la Villette 59 bd Mac Donald, Paris 19th - www.cabaretsauvage.com Le Glaz’art 7-15 av de la Porte de la Villette, Paris 19th – www.glazart.com La Maroquinerie 23 rue Boyer, Paris 20th – www.lamaroquinerie.fr La Bellevilloise 19-21 rue Boyer, Paris 20th – www.labellevilloise.com La Flèche d’Or 102 bis rue de Bagnolet, Paris 20th - www.flechedor.fr

Hype and Funky
« See and be seen », could be the catchphrase of the most talked about Parisian night spots with the best DJs, where glamour hits the dance floor. The public here includes VIPs from fashion and media!
Le Cab’ 2 place du Palais-Royal, Paris 1st – www.cabaret.fr Chez Castel 15 rue Princesse, Paris 6th – Tel +33 (0)1 40 51 52 80 Le Baron 6 av Marceau, Paris 8th – www.clublebaron.com Le Showcase Pont Alexandre III port des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th – www.showcase.fr Maison Blanche 15 av Montaigne, Paris 8th - www.maison-blanche.fr Maxim’s 3 rue Royale, Paris 8th - www.maxims-de-paris.com Regine’s Club 49-51 rue de Ponthieu, Paris 8th

Music cafes
An evening in a music cafe is a good way to have fun on the cheap. With rock, reggae, electro and jazz, there’s something for everyone! Those who enjoy world music make their way to the Satellit Café during the week and to La Java on Saturday night. Those who prefer punk spend pleasant evenings at the Piano Vache, a student bar in the Latin Quarter. Other more eclectic places like the Abracadabar organise events every night.
Piano Vache 8 rue Laplace, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 46 33 75 03 – www. lepianovache.com La Java 105 rue du Faubourg du Temple, Paris 10th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 02 20 52 - www.la-java.fr Satellit Café 44 rue de la Folie-Méricourt, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 47 00 48 87 – www. satellit-cafe.com Olympic Café 20 rue Léon, Paris 18th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 52 29 93 Abracadabar 123 av Jean-Jaurès, Paris 19th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 03 18 04 – www. abracadabar.fr

The best bars for beer
Taverns for night-owls were back in favour during the Rugby World Cup, and have been popular ever since … It’s the return of the pub with its rowdy yet welcoming atmosphere and its many different beers. This drink also has its flagship, a 1,000 m² surface area extending over three floors on the Champs-Elysées.
Frog and Rosbif 116 rue Saint-Denis, Paris 2nd - Tel +33 (0)1 42 36 34 73 O’Sullivans Pub 1 bd Montmartre, Paris 2nd - Tel +33 (0)1 40 26 73 41 Frog and Princess 9 rue Princesse, Paris 6th - Tel +33 (0)1 40 51 77 38 Horse’s Tavern 16 carrefour de l’Odéon, Paris 6th - Tel +33 (0)1 43 54 96 91 Le Rugby 2 rue Roquépine, Paris 8th - Tel +33 (0)1 42 65 38 45 Culture Bière 65 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th – www.culturebiere.com

Where to mix in Paris
Resident DJs no longer have a monopoly on the decks. Some places invite amateurs — vinyl discs and mp3s in their pockets — to share their own favourites. At the Jungle Transafric, anyone can come and mix with their friends, every day during the DJ aperitif time from 4pm to 7pm. Once a year, the Placard Headphone Festival comes to Paris for two days of music mixing streamed into headphones.

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La Jungle Transafric 15 rue d’Aboukir, Paris 2nd – www.la-jungle.com Le Placard Headphone Festival - www.leplacard.org

Open all night
Paris never sleeps ... Should you need medicine, feel like giving flowers, fancy a snack or a big meal, everything is possible at night in Paris. Even for more unexpected needs: a computer repair, a cyber cafe to send an email across the world in the middle of the night, an urgent photocopy, a moonlit beauty treatment, etc.
Milk Internet Hall 31 bd de Sébastopol, Paris 1st - www.milkinternethall.com Supermarket (jusqu’à 4h) 1 rue Etienne-Marcel, Paris 1st NewWorks 111 rue Réaumur, Paris 2nd - www.newworks.net Pharmacie Européenne (24h/24) 6 pl de Clichy, Paris 9th - Tel +33 (0)1 48 74 65 18 Elyfleurs (24h/24) 82 av de Wagram, Paris 17th - Tel +33 (0)1 47 66 87 19 Mic-Mac Boulangerie 123 bd Bessières, Paris 17th Beati Corpus - Tel +33 (0)1 48 74 33 16 Ordigood - Tel +33 (0)6 22 42 84 77 - www.ordigood.com

Night transport
Getting around Paris late at night, enjoying being in one place then another, and getting back to your hotel or home is now easy thanks to the city’s new improved network of night buses. They pick up where the metro and daytime buses leave off. The Parisian metro service now runs until 2.15am on Friday, Saturday and on the eve of public holidays. And available all night long are the 20,000 are so Vélib bicycles, (for +14yrs) at numerous bike stations throughout the capital. Take out a subscription at the terminal. The first half-hour rental hire is free.
Noctilien – www.noctilien.fr Métro prolongé jusqu’à 2h15 les vendredis, en plus des samedis et veilles de jours fériés – www.ratp.info Vélib’ – www.velib.fr

Culture at student prices
Free and discounted admission to museums and monuments
What Paris has to offer in terms of culture will satisfy the most insatiable of art buffs, and when access to museums is free, it’s even better! In municipal museums, the permanent collections are free to all while national museums are free to under 25s (from 4 April 2009) and to everyone on the first Sunday of every month.
Museums and national monuments Musée du Louvre 34 quai du Louvre, Paris 1st – www.louvre.fr Musée de l’Orangerie Jardin des Tuileries, Paris 1st – www.musee-orangerie.fr Musée National Picasso Hôtel Salé 5 rue de Thorigny, Paris 3rd – www.musee-picasso.fr Musée des Arts et Métiers 60 rue Réaumur, Paris 3rd – www.arts-et-metiers.net Musée National d’Art Moderne place Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4th – www.centrepompidou.fr Musée national du Moyen Age – Thermes et Hôtel de Cluny 6 pl Paul-Painlevé, Paris 5th – www.musee-moyenage.fr Musée d’Orsay 62 rue de Lille, Paris 7th – www.musee-orsay.fr Musée du Quai Branly 22 rue de l’Université, Paris 7th – www.quaibranly.fr Panthéon place du Panthéon, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)1 44 32 18 00 Arc de Triomphe place Charles de Gaulle, Paris 8th – Tel +33 (0)1 55 37 73 77 Musée Guimet – musée national des Arts asiatiques 6 place d’Iéna, Paris 16th – www.guimet.fr Paris municipal museums Musée Carnavalet 23 rue de Sévigné, Paris 3rd – www.carnavalet.paris.fr Musée Cognacq-Jay 8 rue Elzévir, Paris 3rd – www.paris.fr/musees Maison Victor-Hugo 6 pl des Vosges, Paris 4th – www.musee-hugo.paris.fr

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Musée Zadkine 100 bis rue d’Assas, Paris 6th – www.paris.fr/musees Musée Cernuschi 7 av Velasquez, Paris 8th – www.cernuschi.paris.fr Petit Palais av Winston-Churchill, Paris 8th – www.petitpalais.paris.fr Musée de la Vie romantique 16 rue Chaptal, Paris 9th – www.vie-romantique.paris.fr Musée Bourdelle 18 rue Antoine-Bourdelle, Paris 15th – www.bourdelle.paris.fr Musée d’Art moderne 11 av du Président-Wilson, Paris 16th – www.mam.paris.fr All the addresses on www.culture.paris.fr

Cinema and shows at affordable prices
Cinema goers will find many a bargain in Paris beyond the classic cinema houses (Paris has 376 cinema screens). In art-house cinemas, at the Cinémathèque Française – a reference for cinema – and at the Centre Pompidou, a daily programme of independent films, great classics and art films are offered to the public. To benefit from inexpensive tickets for shows (concerts, theatre, etc.), buy your seats from kiosks specialising in cut price tickets.
Cinéma du Centre Pompidou pl Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4th – Tel +33 (0)1 44 78 12 33 – www.centrepompidou.fr Forum des images Forum des Halles, 2 rue du Cinéma, Paris 1st – www.forumdesimages.fr Kiosque jeunes le Marais 14 rue François-Miron, Paris 4th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 71 38 76 Épée de bois 100 rue Mouffetard, Paris 5th – Tel +33 (0)8 92 68 07 52 Kiosque théâtre Madeleine 15 pl de la Madeleine, Paris 8th Cinémathèque française 51 rue de Bercy, Paris 12th – www.cinematheque.fr Kiosque jeunes Champ-de-Mars 101 quai Branly, Paris 15th – Tel +33 (0)1 43 06 15 38 Kiosque théâtre gare Montpanasse parvis de la gare Montparnasse, Paris 15th

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Kiosque théâtre place des Ternes pl des Ternes, Paris 17th Kiosque jeunes La Goutte-d’Or Hall du Centre musical Fleury-Goutte-d’Or-Barbara, 1 rue Fleury, Paris 18th

Art galleries for free!
To enjoy contemporary art for less, pay a visit to some of the capital’s numerous galleries. In the Marais district in the 13th arrondissement through to the East of Paris, galleries present artists and their works and and all questions are welcome!
Quartier du Marais rue Saint-Claude, rue Vieille-du-Temple, rue Charlot… Quartier Saint-Germain, Saint-Michel rue de Seine, rue Saint-André-des-Arts… Quartier du 13th arrondissement rue Louise-Weiss, rue Duchefdelaville… Quartier de l’Est rue de l’Équerre, rue Rébeval…

Free access to art in public places
As you turn a street corner, in public gardens, on the route of the tramway … art can be found in public places throughout the capital. From urban art (mosaic or graffiti) to the classic art of scultpture, as well as contemporary works, there is a whole history of open-air art to discover!

Antennes Jeunes in Paris
Feeling a bit lost in the capital? Don’t worry; the Antennes Jeunes are on hand throughout the week and sometimes even on Saturday to give advice to young people aged 10 to 25 on all practical aspects, leisure and culture in the city.
Antenne jeunes 9th 60 rue La Fayette, Paris 9th – Tel +33 (0)1 47 70 14 97 Antenne jeunes Orillon 43 rue de l’Orillon, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 43 57 06 76 Antenne jeunes Didot 38-40 rue Didot, Paris 14th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 39 51 90 Antenne jeunes Hauts-de-Malesherbes 27 rue Marguerite-Long, Paris 17th – Tel +33 (0)1 56 79 02 66 Antenne jeunes Mont-Cenis 119 rue du Mont-Cenis, Paris 18th – Tel +33 (0)1 42 23 50 39 Antenne jeunes Flandre 49 ter av de Flandre, Paris 19th – Tel +33 (0)1 40 39 29 74 All the addresses on www.jeunes.paris.fr

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Linguistic culture
How do young foreigners go about learning French? Nothing could be simpler; just drop in at one of the various language schools for foreigners in Paris. These schools offer weekly, monthly and twice yearly courses either in intensive sessions, small groups or as a class, in French conversation, literature or business French.
ILCF – Institut de langue et de culture françaises / Institut catholique de Paris 12 rue Cassette, Paris 6th - www.icp.fr/ilcf Institut de langue française 3 av Bertie-Albrecht, Paris 8th - www.inst-langue-fr.com École de langue française pour étrangers – ELFE 8 Villa Ballu, Paris 9th - www.elfe-paris.com

Meeting up at tourist sites
Paris is the Sacré-Cœur, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Élysées … So many places which are of course monuments, but are also favourite places for people to get together: on the square in front of the Sacré-Cœur overlooking Paris, people picnic, meet up until late in the evening to enjoy the view. The large paved area around the Pompidou Centre is also a meeting point where young people enjoy street performances while sitting on the ground, before taking a tour of the museum or visiting the bookstore and shops in the foyer. Similarly at the Eiffel Tower, picnicking under the stars is a summertime tradition on the Champ-de-Mars. Finally, the Champs-Élysées is a popular place to meet up with friends, stroll and do some shopping!
Parvis Beaubourg, au pied du Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4th Le Champs-de-Mars, Paris 8th Avenue des Champs-Elysées, Paris 8th Parvis du Sacré-Cœur, Paris 18th

Happening Paris, contemporary Paris
The French capital is becoming ever more trendy and contemporary, a leader on all fronts. As for culture, contemporary art institutions such as the Pompidou Centre and the Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris stand alongside ultra dynamic art centres like the Palais de Tokyo and the Plateau, or private establishments like the Maison Rouge and the Fondation Cartier which are changing the Parisian artistic scene.
Le Laboratoire 4 rue du Bouloi, Paris 1st – www.lelaboratoire.org Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4th – www.centrepompidou.fr La Maison Rouge – Fondation Antoine-de-Galbert 10 bd de la Bastille, Paris 12th - www.lamaisonrouge.org Fondation Cartier 261 bd Raspail, Paris 14th - www.fondation.cartier.fr Musée d’Art Moderne 11 av du Président-Wilson, Paris 16th – www.mam.paris.fr Palais de Tokyo 13 av du Président-Wilson, Paris 16th – www.palaisdetokyo.com Le Plateau-Frac Ile-de-France 33 rue des Alouettes, Paris 19th – www. fracidf-leplateau.com

Here and now!
Internet generation
Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is a wireless form of high-speed access to the Internet, which over several years has become the must-have tool of the « geek ». It is now therefore possible to remain connected in numerous hotspots around Paris to check emails or chat at all hours while waiting for a coffee, a train or a plane. Some places offer free connection but it is often limited to a session of 30 minutes. Many hotspots charge to use their services, so you have to buy a card with a log-in name and password. More recently, Wi-Fi has been installed in public parks and gardens thanks to the service Paris Wi-Fi, accessible to all from 7am to 11pm and limited to public opening hours. Signs have been placed on public benches in gardens with Wi-Fi so that Internet-users can easily find their way around these new green cyber zones!
Parks and gardens Jardin des Halles rue Berger, Paris 1st Square Louis-XIII pl des Vosges, Paris 4th Parc du Champ-de-Mars 2 allée Adrienne-Lecouvreur, Paris 7th Parc Monceau 1 place de la République-Dominicaine, Paris 8th

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Jardin de l’Arsenal bd de la Bastille, Paris 12th Parc de Bercy 1 cour Chamonard, Paris 12th Jardins du Trocadéro 11 pl du Trocadéro, Paris 16th Parc des Buttes-Chaumont 1 rue Botzaris, Paris 19th Places Le Royal Opéra 19 av de l’Opéra, Paris 1st Le Somo 168 rue Montmartre, Paris 2nd Forum du Centre Pompidou pl Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4th Le Baz’art 36 bd Henri-IV, Paris 4th L’Arobase 101 rue du Chevaleret, Paris 13th Le Vrai Paris 33 rue des Abbesses, Paris 18th

Bars for dancing
At a certain time in the evening, some bars in the capital become improvised dance floors. Tables and chairs are pushed aside, and people start to dance to music played by a DJ, usually during the second half of the evening.
Le Truskel rue Feydeau, Paris 2nd - Tel +33 (0)1 40 26 59 97 Ice Bäar Häagen-Dazs 49 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th - Tel +33 (0)1 53 77 68 68 Le Point Éphémère 206 quai de Valmy, Paris 10th - Tel +33 (0)1 40 34 02 48 - www.pointephemere.org L’Alimentation générale rue Jean-Pierre-Timbaud, Paris 11th - Tel +33 (0)1 43 55 42 50

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La Baraque 102 rue de Charonne, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 43 72 24 54 – www.labaraque.com Le Zéro Zéro 89 rue Amelot, Paris 11th - Tel +33 (0)1 49 23 51 00 Les Disquaires 6 rue des Taillandiers, Paris 11th

The CentQuatre,
A new multidisciplinary 39,000 m² arts centre, inaugurated in 2008 by the Paris City Council, on the site of the former municipal funeral services. With its huge nave, like a great hall, this place welcomes all types of art and publics. People come here for a stroll, to have a discussion with an artist, to meet up with friends. In the course of the year, this unique place will also have a restaurant, a cafe and a bookshop.
Le CentQuatre 104 rue d’Aubervilliers, Paris 19th – Tel +33 (0)1 53 35 50 01 – www.104.fr

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Pillow fights?!
The ―Pillow Fight‖ is back! After having raged through several cities throughout the world and having taken place several times in Paris (notably in the Champ-de-Mars) the 2009 pillow fight is being planned for the spring. Sign up on the net to participate and bring your pillow, well-hidden, and wait for the starting whistle. Good fun guaranteed! The next Parisian pillow fight will take place on Saturday, 16 May, at 4pm, at the Champ-de-Mars.
Pillow Fight www.www.pillow-fight.eu

Air Guitar championship
But what exactly is it? Rock fans crowd around, the music plays, and the show begins … except, there are no instruments. In fact, the aim is to reproduce the actions of a guitarist but virtually; everything then is about the staging and look. There is a national championship, the winner of which represents their country at the finale in Finland. The first Parisian contest took place at the Nouveau Casino, in 2003, and since then the phenomenon has taken off. Make it a date to see the qualifying rounds!
Air Guitar – airguitarfrance.free.fr

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The “Before” at the Musée du Quai-Branly
The Musée du Quai-Branly organises pre-nightlife sessions especially for young people. From 6pm to 9pm, a range of entertainment from slam to the cafe techno, photography or hip-hop. Each ―before‖ has its theme, always in a festive and fun spirit, where everyone participates as much as they wish. On the programme: Chinese martial arts, aperitif-debates, jazz, videos, culinary discoveries, etc.
Les “Before” du musée du Quai-Branly 22 rue de l’Université, Paris 7th – www.quaibranly.fr

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Where to buy trainers
A pair of trainers is more than a simple pair of sports shoes; it is part of a person’s whole look. There are therefore numerous stores offering more and more new models and innovations, like Nike ID, which has just moved into Les Halles. This three-floor 100 m² space showcases the latest models as well as classic products. You can even customize and create your own trainers. Other places also stock entire ranges of trainers: limited series, vintage, high or low.
Colette 213 rue Saint-Honoré, Paris 1st – Tel +33 (0)1 55 35 33 90 – www.colette.fr

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Nike ID Les Halles, 24 rue d’Aubry-Le-Boucher, Paris 1st – nikeid.nike.com Opium 9 rue du Cygne, Paris 1st – Tel +33 (0)1 42 33 55 83 Wall Kicks 7 rue de Turbigo, Paris 1st – wallkicksparis.blogspot.com Adidas Performance Store 22 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th -Tel +33 (0)1 56 59 32 80 – www.adidas.com

Unusual Paris, with experts!
To discover the most secret areas of Paris and to see the countryside in Paris, the vineyards at the Butte Montmartre, the latest in contemporary art, artists’ studios, just follow your guide! For those wanting a change from the norm, consider the Segway, a new type of scooter, or electric bikes, for a more ecofriendly journey.
art process 52 rue Sedaine, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 47 00 90 85 Ça se visite ! 1 rue Robert-Houdin, Paris 11th – Tel +33 (0)1 48 06 27 41 Paris hors piste 25 rue Durantin, Paris 18th – Tel +33 (0)1 53 28 01 72 City Segway tours – www.citysegwaytours.com Paris charms and secrets – Tel +33 (0)1 40 29 00 00 Paris par rues méconnues – ww.paris-prm.com

Not forgetting shopping!
« Young » fashion hotspots
Shopping in Paris is easy, especially with multilabel department stores for avid shoppers. For young people, the Lafayette V.O and the Citadium located in the same area are devoted solely to fashion trends. On the Champs-Élysées, LE66 proposes ultra trendy items. The Forum des Halles, whose renovation works are set for 2012, is the shopping destination for 15-25 year olds, constituting the nerve point for the district together with the Pompidou Centre.
Forum des Halles 101 Porte Berger, Paris 1st – www.forumdeshalles.com LE66 66 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th – Tel +33 (01 53 53 33 80 – le66.fr La Fayette V.O 19 rue de la Chaussée d’Antin, Paris 9th – www.lafayettevo.fr Citadium 50 rue Caumartin, Paris 9th – www.citadium.fr

Streetwear
Streetwear, influenced by music, sport and urban art has for a long time been out of the ghettos to take over streets and wardrobes. Girls and boys, keen to combine style and comfort, have succumbed to the ever more creative and colourful sweatshirt-trainer fashion. Exclusively in Paris, streetwear made in Japan has arrived on our pavements with the opening of the first Evisu store. As for the hypercreative Surface 2 Air and Kistuné, they are now firmly established in forward-looking trendy boutiques.
Aimecube 7 rue Vauvilliers, Paris 1st - www.aimecube-paris.com Ekivok 39 bd Sébastopol, Paris 1st – www.ekivok.com Kiliwatch 64 rue Tiquetonne, Paris 2nd – www.kiliwatch.fr Kitsuné Store 52 rue de Richelieu, Paris 2nd– www.kitsune.fr Surface 2 Air 129 rue de Turenne, Paris 3rd – www.surface2air.com Evisu 54 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris 8th – www.evisu.com

 French Trotters 30 rue de Charonne, Paris 11th – www.frenchtrotters.fr

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Unique clothing
What could be more satifying than wearing THE piece of clothing that no one else has? With these popular designers, the trend is for unique clothing items, created only once, at an affordable price! At Andrea Crews, the sweatshirt is in, customised by a team of young stylists and contemporary artists.
Sandie Strass 23 rue Berger, Paris 1st – Tel +33 (0)1 40 26 27 15 – www.sandie-strass.com Andrea Crews 10 rue Frochot, Paris 9th – www.andreacrews.com

The inimitable flea markets
The world’s biggest market is situated in the North of the capital! In this historic place in the city there are more than 1,000 sellers of fashionware, from vintage to the latest trends. At the Marché du Plateau, just like at the market in rue Jean-Henri-Fabre and at the Marché Michelet, as well as in the arcades, the huge range of clothes, shoes, artisanal products and leatherware can be found at prices to negotiate.
Les puces de Saint-Ouen-Paris porte de Clignancourt – www.marchesauxpuces.fr

Shopping hotspots
There are shopping districts throughout the capital but some areas are reputed for being hotspots for fashion addicts. The ensemble of stores offer all types of items to complete men’s and women’s ready-to-wear: shoes, watches, jewellery, bags, books, music, games, cosmetics, accessories, everything is there — including places for a gourmet break, for a good day’s shopping.
Rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st and 4th Quartier du Marais, Paris 3rd and 4th Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th Passage du Havre 10 rue du Havre, Paris 9th – www.passageduhavre.com

Fashion à la française
Numerous ready-to-wear brands have sprung up in the captial and have become emblematic of French fashion. Some have remained exclusive to Paris while others have taken the Parisian look to other parts of the world; however nothing beats purchasing something from the parent company!
Zadig et Voltaire 15 rue du Jour, Paris 1st – www.zadig-et-voltaire.com Comptoir des Cotonniers 45 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4th – www.comptoirdescotonniers.com Les Petites 41 rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Paris 4th – www.lespetites.fr Maje 9 rue des Blancs-Manteaux, Paris 4th – www.maje-paris.fr Bel Air 57 rue du Commerce, Paris 15th – www.fashion-belair.com

Parisian souvenirs
Whether for yourself, as a souvenir of your stay in the capital, or to offer as a gift on your return home, the city has a certain number of incomparable articles that are synonymous with its identity: Ladurée macaroons, Pierre Hermé chocolates, Nicolas wines, gourmet goodies from Fauchon or souvenirs of the Parisian metro and other trinkets … Everyone will find something for them.
Boutique du métro station de métro Châtelet-Les-Halles, Paris 1st Les Arcades de la rue de Rivoli rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st and 4th Pierre Hermé 72 rue Bonaparte, Paris 6th – www.pierreherme.com La Grande Épicerie du Bon Marché 24 rue de Sèvres, Paris 7th – www.treeslbm.com Ladurée 75 av des Champs-Élysées, Paris 8th – www.laduree.fr Nicolas 31 pl de la Madeleine, Paris 8th – www.nicolas.com Fauchon 26 pl de la Madeleine, Paris 8th – www.fauchon.fr Lafayette Gourmet 97 rue de Provence, Paris 9th – www.galerieslafayette.com

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Big brand clearance stores
Paris is certainly the city of leading luxury brands, but it’s also the city for bargain buys where you can find affordable designer labels.
La Clé des Marques 122/126 bd Raspail, Paris 6th – Tel +33 (0)1 45 49 31 00 Kookai Stock 82 rue de Réaumur, Paris 2nd – Tel +33 (0)1 45 08 93 69 Zadig et Voltaire Stock 22 rue du Bourg Tibourg, Paris 4th – Tel +33 (0)1 44 59 39 62

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