Behold the stunning views of the Arc de Triomphe

Visit one of the most famous monuments in Paris

The Arc de Triomphe stands at the centre of Place Charles du Gaulle in honor of French veterans, in particular those who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. Admire the intricate sculptural groups on the arc's pillars or climb the 40 steps to the top of the arch to admire the magnificent view of Paris. From atop the arch you will be treated to a perfect view of the length of the tree lined Champs Elysee.

 


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Arc de Triomphe stands at the centre of Place Charles du Gaulle


The monument is considered the linchpin of the historic axis, a sequence of monuments and grand thoroughfares on a route which stretches from the courtyard of the Louvre Palace to the outskirts of Paris.


in honor of French veterans who fought in wars


The Arc de Triomphe was comissioned in 1806 by Emporer Napoleon and construction was complete in 1836.  Following its completion, the arch became a rallying point for French troops following a succesful battle and for the annual Bastille Day Military Parade.  


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Beneath the arch, is the tomb of the unknown soldier from World War I in additional to the first eternal flame lit in Western and Eastern Europe.  The flame burns in memory of the dead but never identified from both World Wars.   A ceremony is held at the Arc de Triomphe every Armistice Day (November 11) honoring French veterans.  


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The Arch de Triomphe continues to serve as a an iconic symbol of France, to the country itself and to the world.  The coffins of many of France's dignataries such as Victor Hugo and Ferdinand Foch have lain in state at the Arch de Triomphe before finding their final resting place elsewhere.  

Arc de Triomphe stands at the centre of Place Charles du Gaulle

The monument is considered the linchpin of the historic axis, a sequence of monuments and grand thoroughfares on a route which stretches from the courtyard of the Louvre Palace to the outskirts of Paris.


in honor of French veterans who fought in wars

The Arc de Triomphe was comissioned in 1806 by Emporer Napoleon and construction was complete in 1836.  Following its completion, the arch became a rallying point for French troops following a succesful battle and for the annual Bastille Day Military Parade. 

 


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Beneath the arch, is the tomb of the unknown soldier from World War I in additional to the first eternal flame lit in Western and Eastern Europe.  The flame burns in memory of the dead but never identified from both World Wars. A ceremony is held at the Arc de Triomphe every Armistice Day (November 11) honoring French veterans.


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The Arch de Triomphe continues to serve as a an iconic symbol of France, to the country itself and to the world.  The coffins of many of France's dignataries such as Victor Hugo and Ferdinand Foch have lain in state at the Arch de Triomphe before finding their final resting place elsewhere.  

A glass of champagne

(Sample of menu with 5 dishes to choose from the following 6) :

To wait: Marinated Sea bream, beetroot

∝ Pan-fried duck foie gras, parsnip and prune

∝ Macaroni with black truffle, slightly gratinated

∝ Sections of roasted Sole, Salsify and condiment with Sorrel

∝ Volaille jaune en demi-deuil, vegetables of the season, Albufera sauce

∝ Contemporary Vacherin with pineapple and lime

∝ The crunchy chocolate nut of our creation in Paris

Coffee

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