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Arc de Triomphe Skip-the-Line Entry Including Terrace Access
from $14.20*
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Arc de Triomphe Skip-the-Line Entry Including Terrace Access
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The Arc de triomphe was begun in 1806, on the orders of Napoleon I to honour the victories of his Grande Armée. Inspired by the great arches of antiquity, the monument combines the commemorative with the symbolic and it has always played a major...more
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Place Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France
Champs-Elysees
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Reviewed today

This is a very busy place. Lots of tourist. Stay safe. Use the underground tunnels to get to the arc. Lots of photo opportunities. A must see in paris.

Thank di0nec
Reviewed today via mobile

The Arc de Triomphe is a great way to see the city, as the view from the top gives you a great view of your surroundings and, of course, the Parisian ‘Grande Damme’, the Eiffel Tower. The museum inside is interesting, and admission is free...More

Thank Roland D
Reviewed today via mobile

Interesting sculptures on the arc. Went alone without any guide. Don’t really need to spend a long time there.

Thank Grace O
Reviewed today via mobile

Everyone has heard about it and seen the pictures of it, go and get the view from the top. Unfortunately when we went the lift was out of order, but no problem, there are only 275 steps.....give or take. Our Paris museum passes got us...More

Thank William T
Reviewed today

Very crowded and long lines, but with our Paris Pass we could skip the lines and head straight for the climb up the never-ending spiral staircase. Don't head for the stairs if you have bad knees or other health issues that would make climbing lots...More

Thank Marianne B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Any monument looks great and grand when viewed with its historical factors... Arc De Triumph is one such ... One can draw a parallel with the India’s India Gate. Each has its own history and majesty. Arc De Triumph has its own history and studded...More

Thank karan06011955
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The iconic arc de Triomphe is set on perhaps one of the craziest Roundabouts in France, so be careful crossing the road. Worth standing in the arch and looking up where you will see some fabulous stonework. Not a quiet place but a truly magnificent...More

Thank GReyMaiden
Reviewed yesterday

We visited last week. What a beauty. Nicely maintained. Roads approaching this ICON have everything (all the fashion brands one can think off) so be ready for shopping too.

Thank dipayandey
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I want to like this place because it's a part of history and it's a great piece of architecture but it just leaves me conflicted. The good thing is that this is easily accessible via the metro. There's also no need to attempt to cross...More

Thank schwitsch
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was fun seeing the inside of the Arc de Triomphe. You take an underground pass, cross the street, and viola, you’re there.

Thank Slk T
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This area is characterized by its namesake avenue
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offices and presidential palaces; architecture from
19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art
galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron
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July 12, 2018|
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Response from Kelly P | Reviewed this property |
The terrace is very big and basically goes around the whole top of the Arc de Triomphe. I don’t know if you can hold private events there. I guess it’s the best if you inquire with the official website of the monument.
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Annalyn R
June 9, 2018|
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Response from francoisehardly13 | Reviewed this property |
We bought them onsite. It was not busy at all. Maybe they changed their ticketing service.
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Annalyn R
June 9, 2018|
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Response from Discovering D | Reviewed this property |
You will be able to visit the Arc from an underground passage. It’s free to visit the ground level but you can pay to go up and have a better view of Paris. We didn’t go up but you can buy the tickets onsite. In all... More
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