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I have stayed here many many times on business - it’s not my favorite hotel as it’s a bit grubby in the common areas but that doesn’t bother me too much. My employers book and pay in advance for all my hotels and the last...More
On walking past the Élysée Palace today, there were many police / security personnel around and blocking the footpath and the ability to directly walk past the Palace.
The closest you could get is walking in the other side of the road, with barriers up...More
You need to spend full day in the palace and it garden .The palace ticket price 18euro and the garden ticket 12euro ..This site must see site if you are intend to visit paris .in the garden there is some activities if you interest in...More
Security at the Elysee Palace was very noticeable with the adjacent roads closed and armed police greatly in evidence. On asking a camera crew (only 3 of them) what was happening we were told "nothing special" and they were just there to get a background...More
We have just passed by because you can not go insidedue to the security issues. Élysée Palace is the official residence of the President of France since 1848. But once per year the palace is open on European Heritage day but the queue starts at...More
A nice old building of historical & architectural value full of history.Well maintained.
This building has been the official residence of the President of France since 1848.
One can see it only from the outside, due to security reasons.
A must See it if your...More
The Palace is open free to the public on Herritage weekend in Sept each year.
We were so looking forward to seeing this very famous palace.
BUT not prepared for the 6 hour wait!! You read right....6 hrs.
As much as we wanted to be...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.