Places to Visit in Palais Bourbon
This area is surrounded by beautiful sights that will leave you spellbound. Some of the attractions that you simply can’t miss in this neighbourhood are as follows:
Named after the engineer AlexandreGustave Eiffel, Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower situated in Paris. Once criticized for its design, Eiffel Tower has over the years become the cultural icon of France and attracts tourists from all over the world. The tower is the tallest structure in Paris and it is the most-visited paid monument in the world.
An object of endless fascination, you can enjoy panoramic city view from all directions as exploring the tower is all about stunning images, emotions and sensations, which you will cherish for lifetime. Your English speaking guide will tell you the stories about the tower’s architecture and history that dates back to 1889 and other entertaining events, facts and anecdotes.
There is a lot to explore once you head up the tower. With exclusive shops, restaurants and a champagne bar, a trip to the tower is definitely memorable. You can also indulge in lips smacking food delicacies and enjoy some stylish shopping moments here. You can also shop tower miniatures and key rings, post cards, medals for your friends and family.
Arc de Triumph
Built in between 1806 and 1836, Arc de Triomphe stands at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle. The triumphal arch was built in honor of those who fought for France during the Napoleonic Wars. An admired patriotic site, the Arc is decorated with some Gothic sculptures and also reflects the strong political symbolism. Fall in love with Paris exploring the meaningful architecture and rich history of the place, finely depicted by this Triumph.
Trocadéro and Passy
The beautiful and splendid gardens, ornamental ponds and magical fountains in Trocadéro comprise the perfect surroundings to relax in Paris. The village of Passy, which is just behind Trocadéro looks mesmerising with its charms of yesteryear church. Also, there is a cemetery where Manet and Debussy are buried.
A complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, Les Invalides has monuments and museums that portray the military history of France. You also find a retirement home and a hospital for war veterans.