Staying in the Champs Elysees district in Paris
In the district of the same name, the avenue of the Champs Élysées is regarded by many as the most beautiful in the world; the area of the Champs Élysées, together with the Montaigne and George V avenues, is known as the Golden Triangle.
This area is part of the eighth arrondissement of the capital, Paris and is the most exclusive in the city. There are many museums as well as the Place de la Concorde with its famous Luxor obelisk. Thousands of tourists gather there every day, attracted by the legendary size of the square, whilst living there is regarded as a considerable privilege, whether one is a local or visiting Paris. Interestingly, despite the large number of shops and offices, the quarter is the least populated district of Paris.
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The luxurious Champs Elysees quarter
Luxury shops, museums and parks, these are the ingredients of the enticing itinerary that awaits all those who stay in the Champs Elysees. It is the ideal location for designer shopping; why not visit the Avenue Montaigne for Dior, Chanel or Gucci, and then rejoin the Champs Elysees for the Louis Vuitton or Cartier boutiques?
The Place de la Concorde is the largest square in the capital, where you can admire the obelisk of Luxor, from the Egyptian temple of the same name, and classed as a significant historical monument.
Another day, you could visit the adjacent Grand and Petit Palais, where you can admire prestigious art exhibitions.
Along the way, don't forget to explore the fascinating Palais de la Decouverte, that is dedicated to science, and is located in a wing of the Grand Palais.
There are many different green spaces that make perfect spots for breaks throughout your day, such as the gardens of the Petit Palais, the Champs Elysees or the Anne-Sauvage square, where you can admire the waterfall and a monument erected in the memory of Musset.
In the evening, there always plenty going on; there are three of the most important theaters in Paris -the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, the Théâtre Marigny and the Théâtre du Rond-Point. There is also the Espace Cardin, which includes a cinema and an exhibition gallery, as well as a stage.
If you are traveling with children, they will surely enjoy seeing one of the traditional Guignol puppet shows on the Champs Elysees (similar to Punch and Judy). Adults, however, may prefer to visit the famous Parisian cabaret, Crazy Horse, on the George V avenue.
You could look at our apartments in other districts of the 8th arrondisement of Paris, such as Madeleine-St Lazare and Monceau.