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The Triumphal Way is the thoroughfare that prolongs the Champs-Elysées, Paris' most famous avenue. Starting at the Arc de Triomphe and heading West, one goes down the Avenue de la Grande Armée down to Porte Maillot. From there, one exits Paris for the swank suburb...More
It is a very long street (path). It begins from Louvre to La Defence. By a beautiful weather you can see Arc de Triomphe and the Grande Arce of la Defence from the small Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and vice versa
Triumphal way, Champs Elysees is the world famous avenue and is a must when in Paris. From this location you are kind of at the start of the Champs Elysees and looking towards the Arc de Triomphe in the distance. This is the best place...More
Paris can seem a very confusing city due to the fact that there is so much to see. Where you go first, what you see first etc. I suggest getting a map, and off the internet the maps are great. You will see that from...More
The Triumphal Way isn’t bad - I walked most of it during my time in Paris over various days, and found the section near the Tuileries and near La Defense to be the nicest, and Champs-Élysées to be my least favourite.
The best place to...More
The Triumphal way extends from the Louvre out to the Grande Arche at La Defence. previously we had viewed from the the Grand Roue at the Tuilleries Gardens so this year we went out to La Defence to view from the Grande Arche out to...More
From Louvre ending up to the La Grande Arche de La defense.make a triumphal way.
The long stretch of avenues and the famous Champ-Elysses to the Arc de Triomphe, from this mark looking to the east or west is in one line of perspective. the...More