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Avenue des Champs-Élysees
Avenue des Champs-Élysees

Avenue des Champs-Élysees

543 reviews
Sights and Museums, Neighbourhood
Ranked #5 in Paris things to do
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Avenue des Champs-Elysees, Paris 75008 France
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Lined with trees, street vendors, restaurants, outdoor cafes, and (of course) the highest end chain and boutique shopping opportunities in, perhaps, the world, the Avenue de Champs-Elysees is one of ... Read more
the most famous streets in the world-- there's even an eponymous song (Oh, Champs Elysee. Je m'baladais sur l'avenue, le coeur ouvert a l'inconnu...). When you get to the end, be sure to rest your tired feet and exhausted wallet with a free viewing of the Arc de Triomphe.

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São Paulo

Choose a calm day to spend a whole evening here. Sundays are a good choice if the Avenue will be closed

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Wethersfield

Enjoy a little retail therapy? Well look no further, the Champs-Elysees is where all of the posh shops are. It is fun strolling through the street and looking at all of the boutiques and high end shops. This is also where the big festivals and such occur in the city. We were in Paris for New Year's and the Champs-Elysees was blocked off to cars and packed tot he brim with people enjoying a party for the new year. Well worth a stroll

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New York City

The congestion of this area isn't great making it hard to navigate. If you aren't with a tour group going down this street, you can easily get separated from people. It is a cool sight to see as it's such a famous street and filled with almost every famous designer you could think of. But it's not a must see stop in Paris.

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Atlanta

Unless you’re looking to drop some serious cash, this isn’t a must do. However, Laduree is on this street (for macarons). This is the only reason why we even ventured over there. The macarons are a must!!

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Washington, D.C.

Crawling with tourists? Maybe. But that’s for a reason. You will find many restaurants and shops along the avenue.

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Guangzhou

The famous shopping street! A shopaholics heaven. An amazing place to explore both day and night.

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Sydney

LOOOOOOVVVVEEEEE!!! All shopaholics will be in heaven! Could not get enough of l’Avenue and Versace!

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Los Angeles

Arguably the most famous street in the world, that alone should warrant a visit. Even for non-shoppers, this is a must see just to experience classic Paris.

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Los Angeles

When you come to Paris and you love shopping.... you HAVE TO check out Champs-Elysees!! Miles of retail shops and restaurants~ If you get tired of shopping, find a nice cafe, perfect place for people watching.

There are 4 Metro stations on this street, from "Charles degaulle Etoile" to "Concorde", in between there are another two more Metro station "Franklin D Roosevelt" and "Champs-Elysees Clemenceau". Very convenience to come to here.

There are a several monuments near this street so you can definitely spend a day here!

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Tehran

A beautiful avenue with lots of brands shops. Also has the restaurants in side walk.

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Marsaxlokk

Champs Elysees is Paris's most prominent road running from Place de la Concorde to Place de l'Etoile. It is a most beautiful street which can be witnessed from high up the Arc de Triomphe. It draws a straight line from the Louvre, through the Tuilerie Gardens and Place de la Concorde. It bisects the Arc de Triomphe where it becomes the Grande Armee Avenue all the way to the modern arch in the Financial District. Champs Elysees is replete with high street shops and places of entertainment, including the famous Lido. It is always full of people busy going through their day or simply having refreshments in one of the many cafes along the wide avenue.

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New York City

Champs-Élysees is a huge avenue that cuts through the 8th arrondissement of Paris. It's loaded with very high-end shops and famous for it's luxury attractions. It's also a highlight for photographers, especially when viewed from the top of the Arc de Triomphe.

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Lincoln

Arc de Triumph is located here. A lot of shops and souvenir shops, a little expensive but still cool to stop by.

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Atlanta

Expensive stores, lots of tourists, great spots for photographers to take cool photos.

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Las Vegas

The only place in the world to get lost people watching! Everyone passes the Champs at one time or another!

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Spijkenisse

If you are in for the shopping, this is the place to be! Don't be scared to enter the more luxe stores just to see the products and not buy anything, keep in mind that it's really busy at times

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Menlo Park

One of the most popular, and touristy shopping districts (and walks) in all of Paris. Come here for some of the high end shopping, dining (see Laduree) and of course, people watching!

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Albuquerque

Great shopping area and it's right in the middle of all the sights to see in Paris.

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Spotswood

If you want to eat on the famous Champs-Élysees but not break the bank, go to L'Alsace ! It is much cheaper than the other restaurants but delicious (I'm a steak tartare fanatic!). The street is filled with expensive stores and restaurants but is something to see, especially as it leads you to the Arc De Triomphe !

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Glasgow

If you are into high end shopping then this is the place to come with all the designer stores and boutiques. There are also some chain bars and restaurants if you get hungry. One of the nice features is there are some cool car showrooms with almost exhibition-like displays.

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