The Eiffel Tower is the most important monument in Paris, standing at 325 metres high. It was built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889. It can be reached by lift or by stairs. The Eiffel Tower is divided into three floors: on the first floor there are shops, on the second floor the famous gastronomic restaurant Jules Verne (125 metres above the ground) and finally on the third floor you can enjoy an exceptional 360° view of the whole of Paris.Don't forget to take a stroll in the Trocadero Gardens, located a few steps from the Eiffel Tower. In the centre of this garden, the famous Warsaw Fountain offers an absolutely delightful aquatic spectacle thanks to its water cannons. During the summer nights, a special lighting system is put in place, allowing to highlight the surroundings of the basin. This garden offers a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.
This theatre is one of the five French national theatres and the first to have a project built around and from dance. The Théâtre National de Chaillot is one of the most prestigious places in the capital. Indeed, it was in this theatre that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed in 1948. The theatre is located right next to the Place du Trocadero, offering one of the most famous views in the world by day and by night. In addition, it has an important collection of paintings, frescoes and sculptures by great artists, including Paul Belmondo, Louis Billotey and many others.
Built in 1937 for the International Exhibition of "Arts and Techniques in Modern Life", the Palais de Tokyo is only a 10-minute walk from the Palais de Chaillot hotel. The building offers exhibitions, concerts and many other events. The Palais de Tokyo is home to one of Europe's largest centres for contemporary art and design, and for the little ones, the Little Palais organises workshops and activities. You will also find the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris.
After several years of renovation, the Musée de l'Homme reopened at the end of 2015. This incredible museum is about the history and future of man. The Galerie de l'Homme, located in the heart of the museum with an area of 2500 square meters, features permanent collections. They are the richest in the world in terms of anthropology and palaeontology. It is possible to admire the remains of the former palace of 1878, notably the Davioud glass roof.
Created in 1860, this vast garden offers landscaped areas, cultural activities and an amusement park. This garden is ideal for spending an excellent time with the family, with many attractions: a horse riding centre, pony rides, a mini-golf course, a boat ride on a five-kilometre course in the middle of a preserved nature. You will also find the Louis Vuitton Foundation in the Jardin d'Acclimatation. This opened on 27 October and displays the Foundation's exceptional contemporary art collections. It is possible to enjoy panoramic views from the various terraces of the building.
Located on the Place de l'Etoile on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe is considered the largest arch in the world and was built in 1806 by order of Napoleon to celebrate the Emperor's victory at Austerlitz. It is possible to climb to the top of the arch to enjoy a panoramic view of the capital by day and night. The Avenue des Champs-Elysées, nicknamed "the most beautiful avenue in the world", is a must-see during a stay in Paris. All along this famous avenue, you will find restaurants, numerous shops, luxury brands but also great museums: The Grand and Petit Palais, or the Musée de la Découverte
Located in the Trocadero gardens, just opposite the Eiffel Tower, the Paris Aquarium offers a moment of pure relaxation and escape. It was built in 1867 as the Aquarium du Trocadéro and was the first aquarium in the world. With a 3500 square meter tour, you will discover 43 basins with 500 animal species and about 10,000 non-plant specimens. Interactive animations are also available. It is possible to visit at night every Saturday.
A French restaurant serving local and seasonal cuisine in a chic 1970s setting
In a friendly art-deco and contemporary decor, Farida takes you on a journey between the Orient and Japan in her festive restaurant
Description: Brasserie with a beautiful terrace typical of Paris. Generous and quality traditional cuisine. There is a great atmosphere on match nights!