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Review of Champs-Elysees

Champs-Elysees
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Private Tour: 2CV Champs Elysées Tour in Paris
Ranked #38 of 1,275 things to do in Paris
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Owner description: Perhaps the most famous street in Paris, this wide, tree-lined avenue is home to the city's chic restaurants, shops and boutiques.
Reviewed 19 July 2014

This is the famous road in Paris which takes you up to the arc de triomphe. We walked from the bottom of here up to the arc de triomphe. A lot of flagship shops are here, such as Louis Vuitton. Very posh shops. No Primark! Nice to witness the shops and the people up to the arc de triomphe.

Thank Jessica S
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Reviewed 17 July 2014

Tis is a main avenue in Paris capped at one end with the Arc de Triomph and an obelisk in the Concorde at the other. We visited about 3 weeks before the finale of the Tour de France and they were already erecting the bleacher seats on both sides of the street. The cross walks are such that you can safely stand in the middle of the street on a red light and take great pics of the street, the arc, and the obelisk. Excellent shopping, several cafes and restaurants, entertainment and gardens surround the busy street life.

Thank John K
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

We walked from Le Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe, along Champs-Elysees and it was amazing. I was actually surprised by how long of a walk it is, but would recommend doing it and taking your time to enjoy the greenery and all the lovely buildings lining the roadway. It was very busy, with many people sitting in cafes. I think it would be great to take it in in the morning or in the evening and then enjoy a drink at one of the cafes. A must do/see in Paris.

Thank AB004
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

Been many, many times to Paris and always seem to end up having a wander down the Champs-Elysees. Designer labels aplenty, your flexible friend will take a hammering (if you can afford). Stop for a coffee and people watch for a while...very Parisian. Magical in winter...

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Reviewed 16 July 2014

If it's your first trip to Paris, definitely go see it, but definitely don't expect good food or reasonable prices at any of the cafés. The Champs-Elysées is like Hollywood Blvd or Rodeo Drive in LA, everyone wants to see it because it's in films, got big name stores, and it epitomizes the city. All famous brands are here and it is cool to go to the original Sephora or the flagship Louis Vuitton. I also love the branch of La Durée here, made famous by "Sex in the City".

Unfortunately that also means beggars work the streets, descending on anyone with shopping bags, and numerous con artists ask you to sign "petitions" as their friends pickpocket or accost you, so keep your valuables in the hotel safe. Thankfully the police patrol and when they show up suddenly all the marginal elements disappear. On the plus side, there are kind natives (yes Parisians!) who will help point you to the stores or the metro.

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