Champs Elysees


Here are five amazing things you can do at the Champs Elysees

1.) Visit the Louis Vuitton store

Open everyday (even Sundays!), the Louis Vuitton store looks more like a museum of art, luxury and fashion than a simple store. Part showroom, part fashion museum, the Louis Vuitton store is the spiritual home for Louis Vuitton fans from across the globe. On display are all the collections of exquisite luggage and luxury clothing designed by the one and only Marc Jacobs.

The seventh floor hides a “Cultural space”, where you can admire a modern art exhibition exploring the theme of traveling…

2.) Paris Landmarks – Right Bank Tour

Discover the most famous landmarks of Paris in very different way! Guided by locals, you will walk from the Opera House to the plaza Vendôme, passing by the statue of the English King Edward VII.The tour ends in the Jardins des Tuileries, from where you can admire the whole avenue des Champs Elysées.

3.) Stop by the Renault Atelier

A unique combination of a traditional café and a brand new showroom, the Atelier Renault gives you the opportunity to recharge your batteries after a long day of walking and sightseeing in Paris, enjoying a glass of wine in the outdoor area or entering the showroom to discover the latest Renault’s creations.

4.) Have a drink at the Fouquet’s

The epitome of Parisian luxury, the Fouquet’s is the favorite restaurant of the Cesar Award-winning stars (the French version of the Academy Awards), political figures (like the ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy), and businessmen, attracted by its famous red interior. Known for its terrace above the corner of the Champs Elysées and Avenue George V, Fouquet’s is also a wonderful place to meet at any time, from breakfast to lunch and dinner, or even for an evening drink. But don’t forget your wallet, it’s one of the trendiest but also one of the most expensive restaurants in Paris!

5.) The Disney Store

You will become a child again once you enter the Disney Store on the Champs Elysées: the magic of the Disney world works as usual in this store as you are surrounded by all the Disney characters you loved as a child. Pick among the numerous shelves of stuffed animals and toys your favorite ones!

Facts about the Champs Elysees

“Au Soleil, sous la pluie, à midi ou à Minuit, il y a tout ce Que Vous voulez, Aux Champs Elysées!” meaning “Rainy or shiny, midday or midnight, there is everything you want here, at the Champs Elysees”. This is one of the most famous songs by the French singer Joe Dassin, who sings about a love story, which takes place on this avenue.

Champs-Élysées is no doubt, the most famous avenue in Paris. It begins at the Place de la Concorde and makes its way up to the Arc de Triomphe.

Andre Le Nôtre created this avenue in 1667 as an extension of the Jardins des Tuileries. Elysian fields, the English version of the Champs Elysées, is a reference to the time when the area was a real field. Jacques Hittorf laid out the formal gardens, which line the avenue, in 1838. In the XIX century, the gardens of the Champs Elysées were really famous, attracting many artists inspired by the beauty of the flowers and fountains.

In the 19th century, the Champs-Élysées was a fashionable avenue where the rich used to stroll and the wealthy built their homes. Today the Champs-Élysées has become a broad avenue with numerous stores, cafes and restaurants.

Champs Elysees

No trip to Paris would be complete without a stroll around the most famous avenue in Paris, the Champs Elysées. The avenue des Champs Elysées is, indeed, the most beautiful avenue in the world. All you need here is shopping and eateries, plus sights along and on the sides like the Grand and Petit Palais, the place de la Concorde, and of course the Arc de Triomphe.



How to get there

By Metro:
Lines 1, 2 and 6, station Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile,
Line 1 stations Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau, Franklin-D.-Roosevelt, George V

By Rer:
Line A, station Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile

By Bus:
Lines 22, 30, 31, 52, 73, 92, station Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile

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Near By


1.) The Champs Elysées Theater:
Enjoy a play or an opera in this wonderful theater, like “Don Giovanni”, by Mozart.

2.) Evening River Tour:
The romance and mysteries of Paris: fall in love with the magic of Paris and the sparkling Seine at night, guided by true Parisian guides.

3.) The Lido de Paris:
See one of the finest shows in one of the biggest cabarets of the world.