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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
Today we went to the Arc de Triomphe, what an impressive building. The big bus dropped us off across the road on the champs élysées, we then walked through the tunnel under the Place Charles de Gaulle to the ticket office. We were lucky the...More
First off, there is a tunnel entrance to get to the monument otherwise you will never get across that street! Tickets are not too expensive but the line will make you wait quite a bit. The steps will probably leave you breathless but take a...More
Though a little confusing at first as to how to get the Arc de Triomphe, it is worth it! We figured out quickly you must access it underground. We may have taken a few wrong turns but eventually made our way to the spot and...More
We took a taxi to the Arc and then walked underground through the tunnel to get to the actual Arc. We had pre-purchased Skip the line tickets with terrace access (€13 from Viator) for Thursday Sept 12, good for any time. Our tickets were emailed...More
As a famous monument in Paris, I think it’s worthy of visiting even you just want to take a picture and check in on the ground. You can visit it by museums pass but you will pass the endless stairs if you want to...More
You have to climb up to the top to see the beautiful Paris.
I do not remeber the exact fee (12 Euro?), I was visiting on June. But the view is fantastic! There was a 45 minutes que, but I have no regrets.
This is probably the most or second most (after Eiffel Tower) famous French landmark. A state of art huge Arch. Wonderfully decorated with beautiful sculpture. Located on one end of Champs Elysee street. You may go up to the terrace on the top where you...More
The Arc de Triumph is massive when it comes to historical importance and also the building itself, is beautiful, you can climb to the top and get amazing views of the city, this and the Eiffel Tower were the two things I couldn't leave Paris...More
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Yes... you can take your selfie sticks to the top... and also... there is a section in the middle of the Champs-Elysées where you can talk selfies from the actual avenue with the Arc de Triomphe as... More
Yes... you can take your selfie sticks to the top... and also... there is a section in the middle of the Champs-Elysées where you can talk selfies from the actual avenue with the Arc de Triomphe as background...
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Go to the roof top for a great view! We didn’t have any pickpocket or yellow vest issues during our recent visit, just pay attention to your surroundings. If you have mobility issues, there is a lift... you just need to... More
Go to the roof top for a great view! We didn’t have any pickpocket or yellow vest issues during our recent visit, just pay attention to your surroundings. If you have mobility issues, there is a lift... you just need to inquire