A walk of about 2 kms from the Arc de Triomphe to La Concorde.
On the Champs-Elysées, we do not miss:
1- The view from the Arc de Triomphe :
- View since the Arc de Triomphe is truly extraordinary
- Since its panoramic terraceYou can see the Eiffel Tower, the perspective of the Champs-Elysées, the Concorde, Montmartre, La Défense... in short, you can admire all of Paris!
- The Arc de Triomphe is open every night, until 22h30 or 23h depending on the season
- It is free for children under 18 (under 26 years old if EU citizen)
2- Shopping :
- We find all major brands on the Champs-Elysées
- Luxury boutiques and more affordable brands such as H&M or Zarra,...
- From Zara to Vuitton, via the Disney Store for the little ones, or Abbercombie or Apple for the teenagers, you will have a choice!
- The shops are all open on sunday
3- A gourmet break :
- A gourmet break at The duration and its famous macaroons and pastries
- You can choose a tea room, a restaurant or a pastry shop with cakes to take away.
4- A cultural moment with its art and science museums:
The Grand Palais and the Petit Palais are located near the Champs-Elysées Clemenceau metro station. The Palais de la Découverte is located at the Champs-Elysées roundabout. The Orangerie, is further down at the entrance of the Tuileries at the level of the Place de la Concorde.
- The Petit-Palais We especially like the 1900 building and the café with its interior garden. The permanent collection is free for all
- The Grand PalaceThis magnificent building, created for the Universal Exhibition of 1900, now hosts major temporary exhibitions.
- The Palace of Discovery it's a science museum. It houses temporary and permanent exhibitions. Experiments are programmed very regularly. It is currently closed for renovation
- the Orangery Museum : po admire Monet's Water Lilies, but also Renoir, Matisse, Sisley, Cézanne, Picasso, Modigliani, Derain, Soutine, Gauguin, van Dongen... We love this small museum which exhibits an extraordinary collection of impressionist paintings.
5- Walk up to the Place de la Concorde :
- The Place de la Concorde ends the Avenue des Champs-Elysées and leads to the Tuileries Gardens.
- This majestic square deserves to stop and admire its fountains and its famous obelisk...
6- The pedestrian Champs-Elysées :
- the Champs-Elysees are reserved for pedestrians and 2-wheelers. one Sunday a month
- It's every first Sunday of the month
- From 11am to 5pm or 6pm depending on the season
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Top with children and teenagers at the Champs-Elysees ♥♥♥
1- A Punch and Judy show for toddlers:
- The Guignol theatre des Champs-Elysées is located in the gardens of the Champs-Elysées, at the level from the Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées (8th)
- It's a small outdoor theater. Its Napoleon III style makes it one of the most beautiful puppet theatres in Paris.
2- A visit to the Palais de la Découverte :
- To understand all about science and see the exhibitions of the moment
- Please note that the Palais de la Découverte is currently closed for renovation.
3- Shopping with the children :
Among shops that will appeal to children and teenagers, we recommend:
- for the little ones: Disney Store (at n°44)
- for teenagers: Abercrombie (at n°23), Zara (at n°44 and 92), H&M (at n°88)
- for sportsmen and women: Addidas (at No. 22)
- for the footeux : PSG Boutique (at n° 27 )
4- fun or themed guided tours ideal for families:
- For all, children from 6 years old and teenagers : "The Wonderful Legend of the Tuileries". It's an unusual investigative visit to the Tuileries garden in the company of a comedian. Take advantage of our offer at -20%, ticket from €11.20
- For children from 6 to 14 years old : "Mythology in the Tuileries" : the cultural and playful visit in the Tuileries garden to get acquainted with the great mythological heroes who hide many secrets. Take advantage of our offer at -10%, 11.70 € ticket
- For ages 10 and up: "In the footsteps of Ramses II". The guided and educational tour on the traces of ancient Egypt. Take advantage of our offer at -10%ticket from 6,70€.
Finally a little practical info: do not hesitate to take the bus 73 which goes up or down all the Champs-Elysées
To see around the Champs-Elysées
1- A 1 hour cruise on the Seine:
- Very close to the Grand-Palais is the departure point for the Bateaux Mouches.
- They offer a 1 hour cruise on the Seine.
- It is ideal to admire Paris while resting after a good walk.
- Take advantage of our reduced rates, up to -25%
2- The Tuileries garden and the Louvre museum:
- At the Place de la Concorde, begins the garden from the Tuileries. It's a large public gardens, where the young can make pony rides
- At the end of the Tuileries garden you reach the Louvre museum.
3- The Plaine Monceau district with its public garden and museums :
- This neighbourhood is not directly next to the Champs-Elysées, but it is not very far away either. Parc Monceau can be a pleasant break after visiting the Champs Elysées.
- Monceau Park is a very nice public garden with games for children and lawns for picnics ...
- Around Monceau Park, there are 2 small museums that can be visited quite quickly and that we like very much. The Nissim de Camondo Museum (a private mansion that will certainly interest children) and the Cernuschi Museum devoted to Asian arts
- Finally, between Parc Monceau and the Champs Elysées, the Jacquemart André Museum contains a very fine collection of 18th and 19th century paintings and is the opportunity to visit a very beautiful typical Parisian mansion from the end of the 19th century