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A little smaller than I expected but what a lovely walk to find NYC little sister down a tree lined avenue in the middle of the Seine. I believe the promenade is man made and offer you a chance to take some time out from...More
Having see the big girl in New York city a few years back I went to see the one here in Paris....and it's so tiny...but still impressive.
It's location does not make it as really accessible bit from the road side and path you can...More
We decided to take a short trip from the Eiffel Tower to see this twin of the New York statue. It is a lot smaller but the placement is interesting being in the middle of the river and near a bridge. We actually took a...More
It is nice place to walk by. You must walk across a the bridge to a stair case to reach the local. The area also has an outdoor workout area. The Seine flows around it, so there is a nice view but the area was...More
Glorious weather the last two days in Paris so we decided to do some walks in town and this one was just lovely. You start at the Grenelle bridge to look at the state of liberty (small version than NYC) then walk the island to...More
If you are at or near the Eiffel Tower, it is worth a short detour to visit. This is easily the closest you’ll ever get to the Statue of Liberty without having to fight all the crowds. Also, there are great views of the Eiffel...More
Facing towards New York sister, the statue is small but not less in any way else. Its fabulous considering the fact the New York one was also made in Paris and later sent there. So beauty originated in Paris only. When we went there, River...More
Not like in New York, of course (hahaha) but still very nice and monumental. Not much visited though, I'd say, an easy walk from the Citroen metro station or via Ile de Cygne, which is also quite relaxing.
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Follow Google map. You will walk through allée des Cignes. And then reach a point where you can see the statue. You will be on the river side very close to the statue. Follow Google map it was very accurate.