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Private Tour: Paris Historical Walking Tour and Skip-the-Line Louvre Museum with Guide
"Meet your guide on Île de la Cité in the morning for your private walking tour. The epicenter of Paris Île de la Cité is the perfect place to start your historical tour of Paris as this is where the ancient city was founded and where the medieval city was reborn. Admire the island's most famed attraction Notre Dame Cathedral before taking a 3-hour narrated walk along the lovely River Seine.Trace Paris' fascinating history architecture art and culture throughout the centuries as you uncover the famous landmarks and bridges along the Seine. Highlights include the Pont Neuf and Pont des Arts
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Private Tour: Paris Full-Day Sightseeing Tour with Eiffel Tower
"One of the best ways to discover Paris is getting around the city by foot and by car with a private guide. You will get to see Notre-Dame de Paris and Ile de la cité Montmartre and the Opera House Concorde square the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées the Invalides the Grand Palais the Marais district and the Bastille square
From EUR148.00
 
Private Tour: 2CV Paris City Highlights Tour
"Meet your private guide at your central Paris hotel or near Opera Garnier in the center of town and then hop into the passenger seat of your 2CV car. Relax as your guide takes care of the driving allowing you to focus on sightseeing rather than navigating the streets. Enjoy frequent photo stops and chat with your guide about your mode of transport as well as the beautiful city.After arriving on the French motoring scene in the 1940s the attention-grabbing and economical Citroen 2V cars quickly became de reigeur. While their look has changed over the years the original models – such as the one used on this tour – are held in deep-rooted affection in France. So enjoy the attention from Parisian locals and visitors alike as you ride around in a true original: a soft-top vintage 2CV.Your route takes in all the top Paris attractions around the city center
From EUR60.00

Place de la Concorde Tips (165)

Wide square

This large square always gives me the same sensation: breath!The river "disappears" and we have the sensation of being in a wider area, surrounded by wonderful buildings, where the inevitable cars...
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solopes
Apr 06, 2016

The Main square

This is the biggest square of Paris. Its position is strategic for tourists infact at west you find Champs Elysees, at east the Tuileries gardens where you find the Orangerie museum. At north...
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xaver
Oct 01, 2015

Go there in the evening.

On Place de la Concorde you will discover what is the essence of the monumental architecture of the most beautiful city in the world.Go there in the evening; the traffic has decreased so that you will...
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breughel
Jan 27, 2015

Obelisk

The historic guillotine of the french revolution, in the centre of Concorde square, was replaced by an obelisk from Luxor, offered by the Egyptian viceroy. With original carvings, it's suffering from...
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solopes
Jan 26, 2015

Hôtel de Crillon.

At the place de la Concorde, on the left corner of the rue Royale leading to La Madeleine, stands one of the prestige hotels of Paris.It was a palace commissioned by King Louis XV in 1758 (architect...
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breughel
Jan 04, 2015

From Place Louis XV to Place de la Révolution.

It's difficult to imagine now standing at Place de la Concorde with all the traffic around what was this Place de la Révolution (named so in 1792) where the guillotine stood in the years 1793-94 of...
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breughel
Jan 04, 2015

Bad for photo

One of the most beautiful places in Paris is also the least photogenic of them all. A wide place by the river, flanked by wonderful palaces, no matter from where you look at it, becomes a plantation...
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solopes
Jul 09, 2014

The Place de la Concorde

The Place de la Concorde is the largest public square in Paris. It is located at the eastern end of the Champs-Élysées. The square was designed by Ange-Jacques Gabriel in 1755 and was decorated with...
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IreneMcKay
Jun 29, 2014

Sightseeing around Place de la Concorde

The most dangerous thing about Place de la Concorde these days is the constant swirl of the traffic. It was not always so. During the time of the French Revolution it was known as Place de la...
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datapanik
Jan 15, 2014

The fountains on a summer night.

There is nothing as nice on a warm summer night as to refresh near the Fountain of the Seas or the Fountain of the Rivers. The two fountains (architect J-I. Hittorf), inaugurated in 1840, celebrate...
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breughel
Aug 27, 2013

Feel small and insignificant next to the obelisk!

I am probably in the minority, but I actually don't much care for Place de la Concorde. It is such a vast open space that you feel somewhat marooned as you stand at the foot of the obelisk in the...
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CatherineReichardt
Aug 17, 2013

I BET YOU LIKE TO DRIVE A LAMBO... OR A FERRARI

One day, walking randomly by La Place de la Concorde, suddenly a mirage appeared in front of our eyes, two resplendent red Ferraris and a yellow Lamborghini parked beside the sidewalk coming from Les...
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Orkaena
Aug 10, 2013
 
 
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"My Paris: not only operas and bicycles . . ."
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"Perambulations in Paris!"
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"London is a riddle. Paris is an explanation."
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"PARIS POUR LA CULTURE!"
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Things to Do Near Place de la Concorde

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La Grande Roue - The Great Wheel

Yes, this is a touristy thing to do but we didn't care. This large ferris wheel is a fun distraction in the middle of the city. If you don't mind heights and can take the motion, it's a easy ride to...
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City Free Tour - Montmartre

Montmartre is maybe the most beautiful part of Paris. I took this walk with City Free Tour and it was the best tour i ever took. Guy was great! After that i felt like i live in Montmartre. Great...
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Hôtel de Crillon

One of the most elegant hotels in the world and possessing one of the best restaurants in Paris, Les Ambassadeurs, the Hotel Crillon has become headquarters of international diplomats where many press...
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Musée de l'Orangerie

Set in the delightful Jardin des Tuileries is the Musée de l'Orangerie which houses Claude Monet's famous waterlily series "Nymphéas" . The Monet works are clearly the main draw but downstairs there...
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Pont de la Concorde

again, there are about 37 bridges spanning the seine river in Paris of which it roughly cuts the city into two. One of the photographed while on a Seine River Cruise is the Pont de la Concorde, which...
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Palais Bourbon - National Assembly

Palais Bourbon is on the river gauche of the Sein in front of Pont de la Concorde. The palace, wanted by Luisa Francesca, the daughetr of Luigi XIV, was built betwen 1722 and 1728. Inside it is...
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Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris

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