Categories: Shopping, Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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. Use our Paris vacation builder to visit Champs-Elysees on your trip to Paris, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Mais pour l'instant pas mal de choses restent à faire. Trop de personnes faisant la manche, beaucoup de bousculades sans excuses, des papiers à terre. Les commerces sont très chers....But for the moment quite a lot remains to be done. Too many people doing the round, a lot of shoving without apology, papers on the ground. The shops are very expensive...show original
Não tem como ir a Paris e não passear pela avenida mais famosa do mundo!! Wi-Fi gratuito, lojas maravilhosas, cafés, Bistrôs, tudo convida o turista a ficar por lá horas e horas!!There's no way to go to Paris and not wander through the most famous Avenue in the world! Wi-Fi, wonderful shops, cafes, Bistros, everything invites the tourist to stay there for hours and hours!show original
Yes, the Champs-Elysees is no longer the 5th Avenue of Paris. There are H&M and Gap stores along the way. But it's such a beautiful, historic place leading up to the Arc de Triomphe, that I feel it's ... read more »
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