Well, at least that was the case on a drizzly evening in Paris - we found the view was great and easy to get up to the top. Highly recommended
Unfortunately, we visited before lunch when we were low on energy. Big mistake, as there are many steps to climb! However, the effort was well worth it. If spectacular 360 degree views of the city are something you appreciate, this landmark is a great opportunity to take in the views from the perspective of the birds. The Tomb of the... More
Centrally located. Lot of historic significance to this place and simply spectacular view up close. Great architecture and try to get to the top of the Arc for the best panoramic view of the city.
It is lovely and I definitely recommend a visit at night time. However, if you have gone to the top of the Eiffel Tower, there is no need to go to the top of the Arc de Triomphe.
Easy to find and easy access via taxi or subway, I was lucky that the entrance fee that time was free. It was the second time I have been to this site but was surprised to discover one can actually go up to the top of the Arc and the view was wonderful though it was cold (November). Over all,... More
It was a few years since I'd done this one and I'd forgotten the stairs! It seems a long way up to the first landing and was quite amusing sitting, recovering, and watching the faces of the next ones coming up to the first gallery - there are two more shorter climbs after that. There is a small lift for... More
just drivig through the roundabout where it is centered is a lovly experience, this amazing monument in its whole glammor, climbing to the top is recommended thoug we didnt get to it this time. the way it is centered right on the Chams elisee,
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