The Champs Elysees is the grandest street in the grand city of Paris. It is, of course, expensive – lined with high-end shops and brands with trademarks that cost more than your house, places like Hermes and Louis Vuitton. It’s historic, too. It’s where they celebrated when the Allies won the War, where the Arc de Triomphe points eight different ways to every other corner of the city. You won’t find a cheap piece of pizza or an affordable soda, but it’s a sight that has to be seen as long as you’re in Paris. And if you don’t want to stay longer than 30 minutes, you can at least easily find your way to any of the city’s Arrondissements from this super long boulevard.
Props to ‘The Travel Vlogger’ for their tour of one of Europe’s grandest boulevards…
- Avenue des Champs-Élysées (lisannedejong.wordpress.com)
- Why I shun the Champs Elysees (bbc.co.uk)
- The BBC celebrates the iconic Champs Elysees in Paris (minx.cc)
- 5 Restaurants You Must Try in the Champs Elysees, Paris Area (vino-con-vista.blogspot.com)