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After stopping at magnificent Grand and Petit Palaises we continued to Champs-Élysées boulevard. We continued to Louvre. Soon we got to monumental Place de la Concorde square, or Guillotines square as it is referred to by locals.
After paying our visit to the Les Invalides, we walked along green lanes to Grand Palais and Petit Palais. Before we even got there, we passed beautiful bridge across the Seine named after Tzar Alexander III.
Following an exciting walk on Montaigne Street and seeing the Flame of Liberty, we moved along the Seine to see another remarkable sight of Paris .- Les Invalides. This complex of building hides a large part of French military history.
Amazed with a walk along Champs-Elysées we decided to explore its surroundings. We saw Montaigne Street. Legendary comics figure Tintin watched us behind a fence, and there was a number of luxurious boutiques bit further.
After our visit to the second most famous sight in Paris, Arc de Triomphe, we get off the tunnel in the start of the most famous boulevard in Paris, the symbol of prestige, fame, and luxury.
Again, we woke up to a beautiful sunny morning in Paris. We set off to one of the most famous boulevards in Paris or maybe the world right after the breakfast in hotel. We went to Champs – Élysées. Our goal was clear – shopping!
A walk in the park by the Eiffel Tower was the conclusion in the last part. We told you about the so called Wall of Peace. Today we continue in introducing you to the sights around the most famous tower in the world.
Last week we saw perhaps the most popular symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower. We told some facts on its beginnings. We admired unique views and explored individual floors. Today we stay in the pride of Paris.
The biggest sight, the symbol and pride not only of Paris but entire France. This is world-famous Eiffel tower we visit today.
Welcome to the capital of France – the city of artists, coffee bars, and gourmet experiences! Writers write constantly what happens on the surface, and there are even more movies. Yet often one of the largest sights in Paris is forgotten and it is mostly underground. Yes, it is Métropolitain, or Métro for short.
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