This is right next to the Louvre. It is a great picture spot. The views of Eiffel tower are great. Nice place to relax
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See this and you know you're in Paris.It's worth going up to the top if time permits as the view is surprisingly good, but even from the ground it is one of the most famous sights Paris,just at the end of the Champs D'Elysee
It's a huge monument, that celebrates the spirit of France. It is a beautiful piece of art that deserves to be kept pristine.
The first Arch is Paris was this one at the end of the Louvre before the Tuileries begin. It lines up perfectly with the Arch de Triomphe and the Arch in La Defense for all three to act together. What is lacks in size, this...More
It's quite beautiful here! We went towards sunset and was able to see it in both sun light and at night-beautiful both ways! We wish we had planned ahead and bought tickets to go up top. A friend recommended it but we just missed the...More
This triumphal arch is derived from the triumphal arch of the Roman Empire particularly that of Septimus Severus of Rome. It was built to commemorate Napoleon's military victories. This arch in Place du Carrousel is smaller than that of the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile....More
It was a great experience! Climbing up the top of the Arc is worthwhile. You can see all of Paris and access doesn't take long, not crowded towards late afternoon.
The Arc du Carrousel, also built by Napoleon, is 20 mts height; small compared to the 50 mts height Arc du Triumphe located 3km away, at the other end of the Av. des Champs Elysees. The Arc du Carrousel is located between the Musee du...More
We visited the arc de triomphe du carrousel which was near the Louvre. It was really big and quite impressive. But the huge crowds of tourists on a Saturday and the Paris summer heatwave were unforgiving. Nonetheless the details of the arc were impressive and...More
This is one of five famous arches in Paris being constructed 1806-1808. It is near the entrance to the Tuilleries Gardens, and the other end is close to the Louvre Museum. It is not to be confused with the other Arc de Triomphe in Paris.