Two symbols of Paris
The Trocadero and its gardens have a
magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower. Your guide will tell you the history of
the Trocadero, its gardens since 1937, and describe its beautiful water cannons
and its sculptures. Then you will enjoy an unobstructed view of the Iron Lady
from the place du Trocadero, created in 1869, which was originally the “Rome
King square", in tribute to Charles Joseph Bonaparte, the son of Napoleon the 1st!
You will stroll in this 16th District of Paris, so full of history,
and less of a tourist area!
Your guide will also take you to the place de l'Etoile, and you will see the famous Arc de Triomphe and walk along the magical avenue of the Champs Elysees. Today, on either side of this wide and majestic avenue, are very famous luxury shops, trendy restaurants, hotels, and night spots (clubs, bars, cabarets).
This, too, is the symbol of the capital, in the same way as the Eiffel Tower, as it serves each year as the décor of the most important events; such as, Bastille Day parade, and the arrival of the Tour de France bike tour. At the end of this grand avenue you will find the biggest Parisian square, the place de la Concorde.