Les Champs Elysées by Apart Inn Paris

Discover Les Champs Elysées

The Champs Elysées  is a famous Paris’s neighborhood internationally known thanks to the Champs Elysées Avenue, famous for the luxury shop such as Louis Vuitton, Guerlain, Chanel …

This neighborhood is also famous for the great number of monuments such as the Arc of Triumph, the Grand Palais or the Concorde Square.

In this neighborhood, we manage 5 beautiful holiday accomodations such as the holiday apartment in Auguste Vacquerie street, the vacation rental in Balzac street or the two beautiful apartments in Bassano street, the Bassano 8 and Bassano 7.


Touristic activities recommended by Apart Inn Paris


The Champs Elysées Avenue

The most famous avenue of the world extends to almost 2 kilometers from Concorde Square to the Arc of Triumph. This avenue is internationally known and represents a french symbol thanks to the famous luxury shops, the major restaurants and the monuments.

This avenue is also the place where are celebrated the national celebrations.

The Champs Elysées are a must-see avenue for any tourist coming to visit the beautiful city of lights.


The Grand Palais

Built in 1897 and inaugurated in 1900 for the universal exhibition, this parisian monument is dedicated to cultural events and major exhibitions.

It welcomes more than 40 events per year with its 72 000 square meters and this monument is also famous for its huge nave and its glass roof restored in 2004.

To obtain more info about the current exhibitions don’t hesitate to check their website on http://www.grandpalais.fr/fr/programmation?state=now.

The Arc of Triumph

Built thanks to Napoleon the 1st in the wake of the Waterloo Battle, the Arc of Triumph has been inaugurated 30 years after by King Louis-Philippe and dedicated to the revolution’s and empire’s armed forces.

Under this arc, you will be able to find the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier whom flame is rekindle everyday at 6.30pm.

To conclude with this monument, the rooftop of this Arc offers you a beautiful panoramic view of Paris and the Champs Elysées.


The Concorde Square

The Concorde Square is the largest and one of the most beautiful square of Paris thanks to his symbolic obelisk.

This Square has been built thanks to King Louis-Philippe by the french architect Ange Gabriel.

This square is particularly famous for its obelisk up to 23 meters high, the Louxor’s obelisk gave by the Egypt’s vice-regent at the beginning of the 19th century.



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