Home to the final stage of the Tour de France and host to the largest military parade in Europe (on Bastille Day, 14th July), the Champs Élysées became a major boulevard in Paris during the 18th century. Looking eastwards down Champs-Élysées towards the Place de la Concorde, the Grand Roue - or the Big Wheel - stands at 60 metres tall dominating the skyline. As it’s a transportable ferris wheel, it is often moved to different locations around the World so you will only see it if you are lucky enough for it to be in Paris at the same time as you
Sitting in the Colourful Champs-Élysées Traffic - Paris, France

Sitting in the Colourful Champs-Élysées Traffic

   Copyright © Go To Travel Guides Home to the final stage of the Tour de France and host to the largest military parade in Europe (on Bastille Day, 14th July), the Champs Élysées became a major boulevard in Paris during the 18th century. Looking eastwards down Champs-Élysées towards the Place de la Concorde, the Grand Roue - or the Big Wheel - stands at 60 metres tall dominating the skyline. As it’s a transportable ferris wheel, it is often moved to different locations around the World so you will only see it if you are lucky enough for it to be in Paris at the same time as you

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