Champs-Elysées and Opera

The Champs-Elysées is famous for so many reasons, including fashionable nightspots like Lido and Queen, and prestigious luxury brands like Vuitton and Cartier.Running from the Arc de triomphe to Concorde, every year this famous avenue provides the stage for the finishing line of the Tour de France, the Bastille Day procession, sporting victory parades and moments of great popular celebration.Around Opéra Garnier, built by Napoleon III and newly restored to its original splendour, is a network of boulevards, the centrepiece of Hausmann's city plan.With its department stores, concert halls, cinemas, a plethora of shops, discos, restaurants and pretty little passageways, this neighbourhood is always a delight.


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