The Champs Elysees is that huge avenue that you have seen so many times on TV thanks mainly to the Tour de France. It is one of the most beautiful places in Paris and probably the most visited after the Eiffel Tower and the wonderful Seine. It is also considered the most famous, beautiful and elegant avenue in the world, also having the "honor" of being the most expensive and exclusive shopping area in the world, so if you want to go shopping in that area, polish it up. credit card.
At the beginning of the avenue is the most characteristic, the Arc de Triomphe , and at the end, the Plaza de la Concorde. An avenue that can take about 5 hours to travel, counting of course that you enter the stores even if it is to gossip about them from top to bottom and that you stop for a coffee in any bar. The view of the Arc de Triomphe from the middle of the avenue is amazing and a lot of people take advantage of the red lights to get in the middle and take photos.
On the Champs Elysees you have everything, clothing stores, jewelers, restaurants, bars, hotels and even dealerships where you can not only buy a car but also all kinds of items to tune it up. Thousands of people visit it every day, and you can visit stores such as Chanel, Cartier, Nike, Adidas, the Disney store and many more. In the Louis Vuitton , an exclusive building, you also have to queue at the door with a security team to enter even if only to look, the queues that form are spectacular but people do not care as long as they can enter to look at such exclusive articles.
Towards the end of the avenue, arriving at the Plaza de la Concordia , there are some gardens where you can sit and rest and a lot of street stalls where you can eat a sandwich or one of their famous crepes, delicious and quite well priced. although if you ask for a sandwich and a soda, it will come out of the eye of your face. Behind these gardens is the so-called Little Palace, which you can also visit and where various official acts are usually held.