Arc De Triomphe, Paris
Arc De Triomphe, Paris - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France
Ticket Price: 9 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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About Arc De Triomphe, Paris
The Arc de Triomphe de l'etoile is a standout amongst the most celebrated international landmarks in Paris. It stands in the middle of the Place Charles de Gaulle which was initially named Place de l'etoile, at the western end of the Champs-elysees. It should not be confused with a more modest curve, the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, which stands west of the Louvre.
The Arc de Triomphe or the Triumphal Arch honours the individuals who battled and bit the dust for France in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars. It bears all the names of the French triumphs and commanders engraved on its internal and external surfaces. Underneath its vault lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from World War I.
The Arc de Triomphe is the focus of the notable pivot, a grouping of landmarks and terrific avenues on a track which extends from the yard of the Louvre, to the Grande Arche de la Defense. Spend a stupendous vacation in paris with the best guide 10 Days in Paris Itinerary created using the tool Paris trip planner.
Another architectural gem in Paris, Arc De Triomphe is a great place to visit for a cultural tour of France. The place requires Arc De Triomphe Tickets for entrance. You can directly visit the place and get Tickets for Arc De Triomphe from there itself. The Arc De Triomphe Ticket Prices varies as per age group with slight concession in Arc De Triomphe Ticket Costs for group tours and minors. Visit early to Buy Tickets for Arc De Triomphe as it would help in avoiding the unnecessary crowd.
Arc De Triomphe Information
- Beware of pick pockets (often young girls).
- Crossing the street to the Arc can be extremely dangerous; it’s in the middle of a roundabout linking a dozen streets; take the underpass, on the Avenue de la Grande Armee side of the circle.
- You can access this tunnel from the Wagram exit of the Metro.
Arc De Triomphe Ticket Prices
- Adult rate: 9.50 €; Reduced rate : 6 €; Adult group rate: 7.50 € (minimum 20 persons).
- School group rate: 30 € (maximum 35 students, 2 accompananying adults included, adult group rate for additional accompananying adult).
- Minors under 18 (family visit).
Arc De Triomphe Opening and Closing Hours
- Last admission 45 mins before closing.
How To reach Arc De Triomphe by Public Transport
- Line A, station Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile
- Metro: lines 1, 2 and 6, station Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile
Restaurants Near Arc De Triomphe
- Coq Rico
- La Gauloise
- Le Voltaire
- Bistro Picaso
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Arc De Triomphe, Paris Reviews - Write a Review
Amazing. It's a sight to behold both from a far (you can see it from really far) as it's massive. When you get up close, you are just in awe at how large it is. Going inside is well worth it. I managed to get in on a free day (not sure why/what the occasion was) but the price would still be worth it. Inside you have to climb/descend very large spiral staircases. If you have trouble with those, you may want to take your time. The view from above is spectacular. It really is a Triumphant Arc ;)
Beautiful historic place, touristic. Plenty of space though full of people during day and night. In daytime you can go up and enjoy the views. It's located at the center of a roundabout so you can appreciate the structure all around.
Enjoyed this place imencelly. From here, you can see the Eiffel tower in the skyline, makes the experience very Paris, even more so than being on the Eiffel tower itself. It wasn't super busy when I went on a weekend, but line to get in was still long, but this slowed the flow of people to the top, so it was less crowded and it didn't feel rushed. There are nice places to take pictures at the top. The gift shop in there isn't super in your face so it feels a little less commercial. Lots to see and do, but won't take up your whole day. The area around it is very lively, with many cool shops to explore. There is no food to buy inside it, but many restaurants around it.
What a terrific place to see Paris. Best time is dusk when the Paris is turning on its lights. I've been there 3 times and never tire of the view. For seniors and people having problems doing stairs, there is an special elevator for your use only.
This is a beautiful piece of architecture. You don't even have to go inside and get to the top in order to appreciate it. Viewing it from across the street is enough. You get to see the heart of the city, as cars will be buzzing all around you. Champs-Elysees is definitely where you want to be if you're in Paris.