The Avenue des Champs Élysées, located in the north-west of Paris in the 8th arrondissement, is considered the most beautiful avenue of the city and one of the most beautiful in the world. Greek mythology inspired the name, referring to the Elysian Fields, a resting place where mortal heroes could stay after their death. The avenue is 1 910 m long and 70 m wide and is the central point of a large historical urban axis designed by André Le Nôtre under the reign of Louis XIV. The layout extends from the Louvre, through the Tuileries Garden, the Place de la Concorde, the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, to end at the Great Arch of La Défense. The Champs-Élysées is one of the major tourist attractions of the capital, boasting countless shops, cinemas and music halls, including the renowned Lido cabaret, as well as famous cafés and restaurants such as the Fouquet's. The lower part of the avenue is lined with trees, forming the "Jardins des Champs-Élysées" and surrounding like a green crown the Petit Palais, the Grand Palais - two major museums built for the 1900 world's fair the Exposition Universelle - and the Palais de la Découverte, a science museum. The Palais de l'Élysée, the official residence of the President of the Republic, stands on the edge of the avenue. The Champs-Élysées Avenue is the host of the traditional, annual military parade held on July 14th, the French National Day. It is also the arrival point of the most famous bicycle race in the world, the "Tour de France", and the place where impressive Christmas decorations and lights can be seen every year. Most of the city tours organised by Pariscityvision.com include a drive through the Champs Élysées, such as the City Tour, the Paris Eiffel Tour, the Illuminations and the Lido Cabaret Show tours.
Visit Paris boarding a Seine River cruise and a panoramic bus and discover all the main monuments of Paris. Dinner on the Champs Elysées avenue at the restaurant "Chez Clément."
1 day pass to visit Paris with Hop on Hop off bus tour of Paris L'Opentour and by boat with Batobus: discover the monuments of Paris on your own pace, Notre Dame de Paris, Eiffel Tower, Opera, Invalides, Champs Elysées..., Saint Germain des Prés.
Visit the Eiffel Tower with ticket skip the line during your city tour of Paris up to the second floor, discover the main monuments through a Seine river cruise and a City Tour: the Louvre, Opera, Champs Elysées, Arc of Triumph, Notre Dame de Paris.
Hop on- hop off services to visit Paris : Opera, Champs Elysées, Arch of Triumph, Eiffel Tower, Hotel des Invalides, Louvre museum, Notre Dame cathedral, Bastille... in open top buses, commentary. 4 itineraries, get on and get off at any of the 50 stops, 1 day pass.
Visit Paris with a city tour boardins a panoramic bus. Discover the main neighborhoods and Paris monuments such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Invalides, The Paris city hall and substantially more, with a commentary with individual earphones.
Take a city tour of Paris by bus with commentary to discover the history of the monuments. Enjoy an audioguided Seine river cruise starting next to the Trocadero gardens. Skip the line access to the first floor of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy a delightful lunch.
City bus tour of Paris to see the most important monuments: Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, Opera Garnier, Saint Germain des Prés and River seine cruise with individual commentaries.
Hop on- hop off services to visit Paris : Opera, Champs Elysées, arch of Triumph, Eiffel Tower, Hotel des Invalides, Louvre museum, Notre Dame cathedral, Bastille, Luxembourg gardens... in open top buses, commentary. 4 routes, get on and get off at any of the 50 stops, 2 day pass.
City tour by bus to discover Paris museums and monuments: Louvre, Opera, Invalides, Champs Elysées, Arc of Triumph. Skip the line Eiffel Tower up to the second floor and admire the magnificient view of Paris.
3 days pass Paris L'Opentour to visit on your own Paris boarding an Open Top double decker bus and batobus boat, discover Paris monuments : Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris, Arc de Triomphe, Invalides, Louvre museum, Champs Elysées, Montmartre, Bastille