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The 8th is one of the most upscale arrondissements, where I love to go for an afternoon walk when I am in Paris. Such a pleasure to stroll along the Champs-Elysées all the way up to the Arc de Triomphe, turn back, walk along the...More
This arrondissement is home to so much, Champs de Elysees, which connects the Arc de Triomphe with the heavily congested traffic circle at Place de la Concorde. Lining the Champs de Elysees are high-end stores. In addition, there are numerous museums located through this neighborhood
It will be extremely crowded here and I recommend you be very careful with your wallets here. I felt two hands go near my back pockets. The Champs & Arc were wonderful and exciting but the thrill is somewhat lessened when you have to be...More
The 8th Arrondissement or district is most famous for its elegance and landmarks. The Arc de Triomphe is located here and is a must visit. Visit inside the Arc and walk up to the viewing area for great views down the Champs Elysees.
our hotel was in the 8th arrondissement and it is a quite nice area with hotells, boulangeries, bars and galleries. Felt fairly safe walking around. The Metro station Philippe de Roule is on Avenue Roosevelt. From there it is 10 minutes to Champs Elysees near...More
The 8th is where you will experience the Arc de Triomphe and the walk down the Champs Elysees. it is also one of the busiest with offices and residential buildings abound. There are a few museums like the Grand Palais and it also is the...More
The 8th arrondisement is a popular zone in Paris. It starts from the Place de Concorde, encompasses all of Champs Elysees up to Arc de Triomphe. To the north up to St. Augustine Church. Certainly you will be in this area a number of times.
This really is the official, historical and tourism central hub in Paris. Home to the Place de Madeleine, Champs Elysee, Place de la Concorde, it serves every taste. You can walk at your leisure from here to Le Marais via Rue de Rivoli, past Hotel...More