Perhaps the most famous shopping boulevard in the world, Champs-Elysees contains some of the most prestigious stores and cafes in Paris. While walking among the gardens and tree-lined promenades, you may encounter an open-air marionette theatre for children, a French tradition popular through the ages. You'll see several monuments as you stroll along the street, including the Obelisk of Luxor and the Arc de Triomphe. The lower part is bordered by greenery, while further west you'll find cinemas, cafes, restaurants, and luxury specialty shops. Put Champs-Elysees into our Paris attractions tool to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Paris.
Encountered a female who was asking me to write my name on a piece of paper tucked into a clipboard. While i obliged as a tourist, good thing i felt something was moving in my beltbag which was in... more »
this is the first time we saw the Champs elysees closed, it was so sad, but Always wonderful to be there, we walked from the Champs elysees to the Eifel Tower and to notre Dame and Chatelet and... more »
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