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Champs-Élysées is no doubt, the most famous avenue in Paris. It begins at the Place de la Concorde and makes its way to the Arc de Triomphe.

Champs-Élysées was created in 1667 as an extension of the Jardins des Tuileries by Andre Le Nôtre. Champs-Élysées in English means Elysian Fields and back in the day the area where Champs-Élysées is was literary a field.

In the 19-th century Champs-Élysées was a fashionable avenue where the rich used to stroll and the wealthy build their homes. Today Champs-Élysées is a broad avenue with numerous stores, cafes and restaurants and row of sycamore trees.

Don't miss the opportunity to visit one of the numerous cafes along Champs-Élysées. Keep in mind that the price inside and outside is different.

How to get to Champs-Élysées: By metro line 1 to stations Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau, Franklin-D.-Roosevelt, George V, Charles de Gaulle Étoile

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