The Arc de Triomphe, obelisk at Concorde and the Trocadero: three iconic Parisian monuments that form a golden triangle of fine dining, culture and history. La Clef Champs-Élysées lies at the centre of this exceptional district. You will never run short of ideas for going out, day or night.
For culinary delights, try the delicious Pierre Hermé macaroons at Publicis Drugstore, or book at table L’Atelier Étoile, helmed by leading French chef Joël Robuchon.
If you’re looking for sights to behold or to expand your cultural horizons, a wealth of museums and major monuments are within easy reach. Stroll down Avenue George V to Alma-Marceau metro station and the Seine riverbanks. Walk a few dozen metres more and you’ll arrive at Palais de Tokyo and the Museum of Modern Art. Just across the river, you’ll find the superb Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac and, of course, the unforgettable Eiffel Tower.