Arc de Triomphe
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Visit on your own the Arc de Triomphe that is considered as one of the most historic symbols of Paris. Discover how much it is important in the History of France. On the top, you can gaze at the wonderful view over the Champs Elysées and over the whole city of Paris.
Use your pass to come discover the Arc de Triomphe at your own leisure, with its breathtaking views of the Champs Elysées. Discover a superb panoramic view of Paris and its landmark monuments.
Use this pass to take a tour of Paris boarding the panoramic bus and discover Paris’s key districts and monuments. Get the entrance ticket to visit the Arc de Triomphe on your own (transfer to the Arc de Triomphe is not included). From the top of the Arc de Triomphe you will have an unbeatable 360° view of Paris.
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The Paris City Vision 2 or 5-day Pass lets you see all of Paris as you choose, at a pace you decide. It includes a Museum Pass, a Paris Visite Pass, a Seine River cruise and a Paris L’Opentour Pass.
A two-in-one pass to discover Paris unlimited! With Big Bus Tour Paris (valid for one day), explore the city in an open-top tour bus at your own pace. Use the Paris Museum Pass ticket (valid for 2 days) to visit the main museums and monuments of Paris with priority access.
The Arc de Triomphe Paris provides a stylish and elegant finish to the Champs Elysées, which begins at the Jardin des Tuileries outside the Louvre. Construction began on the monument in 1806 during the reign of Napoleon I, and was finally finished once another sovereign, Louis-Philippe I (also known as the King of the French) had taken the throne. At a time when monuments were often constructed in homage to historic events, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris was commissioned by Emperor Napoleon in the wake of the Battle of Austerlitz to commemorate the French victory, and the bravery of the soldiers who fought.
Standing 50 meters high, the structure is built in the neoclassical style. Various pieces of sculpted artwork decorate its façades, all referring to specific events or with strong symbolic meaning. The high relief of ‘The Departure of the Volunteers in 1792’, for example, represents the French assembling to save the nation that had been born out of the Revolution and was being threatened by European monarchs. At the foot of the Arc de Triomphe, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier pays homage to the victims of the First World War.
By ordering your Arc de Triomphe tickets, not only will you be able to see its elegant and majestic form up close for yourself, you will also be able to experience a panoramic view across the city from its viewing platform, 50 meters above the ground. You will get to experience a unique view across the Champs Élysées, with the Jardin des Tuileries and and the Louvre Palace in the distance, and admire the glass towers and La Grand Arche in the district of La Défense in the other direction.
Save time with our online ticket office. Avoid the queue at the bottom of the monument - order an Arc de Triomphe Skip-the-Line pass and go straight up to the viewing platform instead.