Trocadero square in Paris

The Trocadero Square is, at least for me, one of the most beautiful places in Paris since it is right in front of the Eiffel Tower and has the Seine river on one side and the Chaillot Palace on the other, a landscape full of magic . It is a very famous place in France not only for the privileged views but also for the immense beauty of the gardens that it has and that make, as a whole, one of the most impressive views of the city.

The great emblem of the Trocadero Square is the Warsaw Fountain , built by Roger Henri Expert and which has a lot of cascading ponds that give life to a kind of gigantic rectangular-shaped pool where several cannons spray jets of water from the extremes. One of the great attractions of the city, especially when night falls and several light cannons make the water the star of an incredible sight that you cannot miss.

You will always see a lot of tourists in this square immortalizing every corner with their camera. He also has several sculptures from the 1930s, such as "Baque’s woman" or "Traverse’s man", both of which are also the subject of multiple photographs every day. In the Trocadero Gardens you can spend a whole day relaxing taking a walk or having a drink.

The Chaillot Palace is located at the top of the hill that bears his name and was built in 1937. It houses a few museums so if you are going to be in the Trocadero Square, stop by to see the Museum of Man , the Museum of the Navy, the Henri Langlois Film Museum and the Museum of French Monuments, a very interesting place where you have a small-scale compilation of the most important monuments that are distributed throughout the country.