Arc de Triomphe is a site of memories, current events, and celebrations. The lists of the dead will move you. Standing in a ... More
Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe is a site of memories, current events, and celebrations. The lists of the dead will move you. Standing in a direct line between the Louvre and the Grande Arche de la Défense, the monument links the past with the present and offers amazing views. A truly impressive landmark, 164 feet high and 147 feet wide, Paris would not be Paris without it!
I loved everything. From the views, to the friendly staff, from the food, to the greater understanding it gave about its creation. I can actually say its the best sight in France, from my perspective. Don't miss out! Visit it!
I love the Arc! Especially at night. It was beautiful! The shopping along the street was excellent and restaurants were wonderful. People spoke English in the area and Stores were open till late night if not 24 hours!
I loved the Arc de Triomphe! My husband and I climbed the top at night right before closing time and the view was absolutely phenomenal. The only thing was that make sure to wear the right shoes when you go. There was a lady in front of me who was wearing heels. She held up the climb down the stairs and believe me, it was not pleasant. The stairs also becomes very small and it's circular so its not easy for some people.
This place had the artifacts that would mean something to a historian, or french, but not to me. I did however, like the history of it, and the climb up was amazing. Don't forget to climb the stair when going up!
i loved it in paris when i went to the Arch
it made my trip that more exiting. i could see almost all of paris from the top of the the arc de triomphe, it had wonderful view and the little museum at the top helped me under stand the monument that much better.
i really loved the arch i hopw you do to
This was a beautiful scene. We took pictures of the Arc from the other end of the street. We had walked underground to get to the Arc because the streets were extremely busy. This was a very good idea to keep accidents from happening. They were having a ceremony of fallen soldiers on the day we went.
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