Overlooking the Champs-Elysées, on the Place de l'Etoile, the Arc de Triomphe is the biggest arch in the world. It was Commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to celebrate his victory at Austerlitz. Beneath the arch is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and each evening at 6:30pm its flame is rekindled. From the top of the monument, visitors benefit from a panoramic view of Paris, during the day and at night.
Located at the extremity of the Champ-de-Mars and along the Seine, the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of the French Capital. Built by Gustave Eiffel for the World Exhibition held in Paris in 1889, this 324 meter high iron tower was used for scientific experiments. Considered as the most visited monument in the world, it offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of Paris.
Considered as the most beautiful avenue in the world and a must address in Paris, the Champs Elysees echibits luxury brands and the biggest events in Paris.
The Yves Saint Laurent Museum opened in October 2017. It is located in the mansion where for more than 30 years the sumptuous collections of Yves Saint Laurent were born. This museum offers a perspective of this creator's creative genius as well as his creative process. Many dresses, sketches, accessories, photos and videos are on display.
Between the Place du Palais Royal and the Tuileries Gardens, the Museum of Decorative Arts offers, in a wing of the famous Louvre Museum, an immersion in the art of living from the Middle Ages to the contemporary era. The exhibited collections are witnesses of the know-how of craftsmen, industrialists, artists as well as the French Art de vivre. We find an unparalleled panorama of the history of ceramics, jewelry, design, furniture, textiles, glass, goldsmiths and graphics, fashion and advertising.
Built from 1897 for the 1900 World Exhibition and classified as a historical monument, the Grand Palais now welcomes the most prestigious events and exhibitions in the capital (Hermès jump, car show, Fashion week).