Small plaza, nothing special really is about the location. Free entrance, between Av Champ de Elysee and Oranjerie. Good spot for pictures
About Place de la Concorde
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Place de la Concorde is situated at the end of the Champs-Elysées. Today it is famous for the Luxor Obelisk (a 3,300 year old Egyptian obelisk erected on the square in May 1998), the surrounding prestigious hotels, and the two monumental fountains (Fontaine des Mers...More
For sure it is famous, but when you walk you realize that it is mainly to get the Parisian traffic around. I got lost several times before finally finding the little rue of my meeting.
This is a lovely public square w/ stunning fountains and you can see all the way down the Champs-Elysées to see the Arc de Triomphe. It's surrounded by beautiful buildings and the U.S. Embassy is very close.
Nice centeral location your sure to find yourself in. Like everything else in this historic area it's beautiful.
Nice plaza where important meetings (and actions) during french history has taken place. The general area is also very nice with street vendors and other shops also promoting their merchandise.
Because of the openness of the plaza, there are wide-sweeping views that encompass the US embassy, the Tour Eiffel, and the historical artifacts in its center. Perfect at sunset to set a multi-colored backdrop the already layered background.
Place de la Concorde is a square in the heart of Paris. It is located just outside on the western side of the Garden de Tuileires. It is a place which has historical significance, given that it was built in the 18th century to honour...More
This is the biggest square in Paris. We came here on the way from the Eiffel tower to Luvre and decided to spend some time here , seeing the historical significance of the place. All the parts of the this famous have some or the...More
I live in Paris, am Australian and use a motorised wheelchair. For a wheelchair user you need to navigate your way carefully or you'll find yourself in front of a high curb with traffic bearing down on you. In fact anyone with special ambulatory needs...More