1.Pont Alexander III.
The famous bridge has became a symbol of Russian-French friendship. It was created for the exhibition of 1900. It offers a magnificent view of The Eiffel Tower and The National Residence of the Invalids
The most beautiful avenue in the world - the Champs-Elysées. You will see the Great and Small Palace, the monuments to Charles de Gaulle and Churchill. On the Champs-Elysées, you will see Arc de triomphe - the highest in the world, dedicated to the French military victories.
3. Luxor Obelisk on Concorde square
During the Revolution, Louis 16 and Marie Antoinette were executed here. We will stroll through the Royal Garden of the Tuileries and go out to the Louvre.
One of the largest and oldest museums in the world has a huge collection of art and historical relics from all around the world. As a museum, the Louvre was first opened to the public on August 10, 1793, during the French Revolution. Napoleon I continued the reconstruction of the Louvre after the revolution.
5. Bridge of Arts
Then we will reach Seine and admire from the Bridge of Arts on the island of Cité, the place where Paris was founded more than three thousand years ago.