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One could argue that this the seminal view of the Eiffel Tower, wonder at the famous and infamous face who have stood here and gazed at the tower. But beware the touts, and con men/women, it is an easy trap fro the unwary. Despite this...More
Take the Metro to Trocadero and walk toward the Eiffel Tower. Trocadero is on a hill, and you can walk down to the Eiffel Tower Grounds. On top of the hill is the Palais de Chaillot, a large museum and theater complex.
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bring your camera so you too can photograph the Eiffel Tower from the Place de l'homme. fondest memory is having taken my son here after his graduation having drinks in early June at a bar around 11 PM watching the hourly light display at the...More
Bonjour from one of my favourite cities where the 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. This time I spent a lot of the day twirling around Place de Trocadéro. The iconic spot is truly one of the best locations for...More
Great place to stop for a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower, especially at night. The peddlers are everywhere but if you say no, they mostly leave you alone. Really cool place to hang out for a little while. When I was there in...More
You come here for the view. You endure scammers out there selling umbrellas as soon as the first drops fall. They say in French "parables cinq euros". — umbrellas for 5€. When someone asked in English how much, the scammer said 8€! As I overhead...More
*We were traveling as family but no teenagers. There was just no category for it*
My family and I went here to have our pictures taken with the Eiffel tower as the view and it did not disappoint. It’s just like what we saw in...More
This is the neighborhood of grand and impressive Haussmann-designed apartments and buildings. National museums overlook the Eiffel Tower and embassies fill the avenues and streets. Locals head to the butcher, florist, or bakery on their daily rounds amidst luxury and splendor, all with a view over Paris and its most famous tower. Snuggled in between the grand buildings are small art galleries and homes of historical
significance. With a rich legacy from 19th century politics, art, and architecture, you can’t help but be reminded of the belle époque, the Universal Exhibitions and the nobility that have frequented and shaped these streets.
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It’s busy, lots of tourists, vendors selling flowers/Trinkets/champagne. Pretty memorable setting for popping the question. Just be aware of your surroundings during the emotional moment. Congratulations
Hi, It's an open space from where you can look back on the Eiffel Tower and it gives you a perfect view. Overall, I believe the neighborhood is called Trocadero, but when people say it, they really just mean the area where... More
Hi, It's an open space from where you can look back on the Eiffel Tower and it gives you a perfect view. Overall, I believe the neighborhood is called Trocadero, but when people say it, they really just mean the area where you take photos of the Eiffel Tower. There is a big fountain, a nice looking "palace" and green lawn to sit and relax. So you can be on the lawn for greenery in the photo, near a tree if you want to frame the Eiffel Tower, or get up on the steps of the building for an elevated view. No tickets, just freely walk around. It is right across the street from the Eiffel Tower. Go there after your visit up the Tower, or wander there if you have time to waste before the Tower.
Hi all..we are planning to take a half day trip into Paris from Bussy-Saint-Geroge during our next DLP trip. We are 2 adults and a 3 year old and plan to mainly see Eiffel Tower due to our time constraints (we have also booked a boat tour). I have done some research and it seems we have to get on RER A at Bussy-Saint and then change to Metro 6 at Charles de Gaulle Étoile and get off at Trocadero for Eiffel tower. Does this sound right? Is it easy to change between RER A and Metro? I’m so...More
November 16, 2017|
Also just come across the Île-de-France (IDF) point-to-point tickets. Which seems to be cheaper if we plan on going from Bussy-Saint-George to Trocadero and back...based on the below I'm assuming it means 6.15 euros for a return? Sorry my french isn't good. Billet à l’unité: Plein tarif: 6,15€ Demi tarif: 3,05€ anyone have any experience on these ticket options?
My Itinerary...suggestions welcome! (12 Replies)
My husband I will be headed to Europe for a couple weeks and will spend 5 days in Paris. I would like someone to critique my itinerary, and perhaps add any suggestions about what to do to fill in any gaps. (Husband has been to Paris before, but I have not). *Arrive Fri. May 21st, early morning Buy paris museum pass at airport. Take metro to hotel (near porte d'orleans metro station). Drop off luggage and check-in. Nice easy day to recover from jet lag. Wander around hotel neighborhood...More
May 04, 2010|
There is a small Salvador Dali museum up by Place Terte (that's where the artists are) just around the corner from the church. Museum is just around the corner from Place Tertre, you will see signs.
Rough Taxi Estimate (5 Replies)
I am seeking an estimate for a taxi from CDG Terminal One to the vicinity of Trocadero Metro Station, It would be for 2 Adults and 1 child, with three suitcase's. ETD CDG approx 7.30 to 8am on a Sunday. Thanks.
October 18, 2012|
Around €50 - €55 at a guess. On Sundays taxis charge a higher rate, but there is also less traffic.