8th arrondissement you can also stroll along the Champs Elysées,
along which you will see several sculptures. This is one of the
most touristy parts of Paris, where you will find not only Planet
Hollywood and the Hard Rock Café but also the most famous
restaurants of the capital such as Le Doyen, le Carré des
Champs Elysées, l'Elysée Le Nôtre, Le Crillon
you prefer the peace and quiet of gardens to the bustle of the Champs
Elysées, go to the Monceau neighbourhood, where you can take
a leisurely walk in the superb park of the same name.
lovers of culture :
Champs Elysées are also greatly appreciated for their cultural
aspect, with the Palais de la Découverte
which will make you appreciate science, but also with the Grand
and Petit Palais, witnesses of the great era, which house numerous
exhibitions. This little cultural trip in the area of the Champs
Elysées can end at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées
which has three stages (Le Grand Théâtre, la Comédie,
and le Studio).
don't forget the Parc Monceau neighbourhood, which has three Museums:
the Musée Nissim-de-Camondo, which displays an enormous sample
of Decorative Arts from the second half of the 18th century. The
Musée Cernuschi shows you a collection of ancient Chinese
art. And the Musée Jacquemart-André, specialized in
French art from the 18th century, Flemish and Dutch art from the
17th century, and different works of art from the Italian Renaissance
on the 1st floor.
lovers of shopping :
Avenue des Champs Elysées will make you happy with a considerable
number of boutiques. But also the Madeleine neighbourhood, with
its flower market and its innumerable luxury shops, such as the
famous caterer Fauchon.
remember: Les Champs Elysées /
Le Palais de la Découverte / La Concorde / La Place Charles
de Gaulle / Le quartier du Parc Monceau / Le quartier de la Madeleine
/ L'Arc de Triomphe / Le Lido / Le Crazy Horse.