Place Charles de Gaulle is a major roundabout with 12 roads which fork off it, and with the Arc de Triomphe located at the centre of this busy road junction, you can see all 12 roads from the roof of the historic monument. The tree-lined Avenue des Champs-Élysées - world famous for its upscale shopping - is the busiest road which forks off Place Charles de Gaulle and it leads directly to Place de la Concorde, where you can find the Big Wheel and the entrance to the Tuileries Garden
Looking Down Champs-Elysées from Up Above - Paris, France

Looking Down Champs-Elysées from Up Above

   Copyright © Go To Travel Guides Place Charles de Gaulle is a major roundabout with 12 roads which fork off it, and with the Arc de Triomphe located at the centre of this busy road junction, you can see all 12 roads from the roof of the historic monument. The tree-lined Avenue des Champs-Élysées - world famous for its upscale shopping - is the busiest road which forks off Place Charles de Gaulle and it leads directly to Place de la Concorde, where you can find the Big Wheel and the entrance to the Tuileries Garden

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