Champs Elysees is the place where the heroes rest
How widely known in Paris, so really it beautiful streets. Paved road margins and distinctive style of local architecture of low-rise houses, decorated with almost all year round gardens that bloom then, that shed their leaves, and after a brief hiatus covered elastic kidneys. It makes green environment in the city so alive, a special romance that brings focus to the overall style of the city.
Romance – the word as if hovers in the air, walking through the beautiful streets and were treated to coffee in the local cafe. There is a feeling that the people of Paris, just constantly in love, but who or what exactly is not clear. Their purring emphasis in speech, fluid movements and a special style of dress – speaks for itself, that love prevails in everything and everywhere.
But if you catch this atmosphere will not work during a walk through the streets and tours of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees is worth a visit. This place is unique in its kind, not only from a historical point of view but also for its architecture and form. Elusia – the place where the rest of the characters, that’s translated name of the boulevard. The total length of the promenade and the shopping part of the street in 1915 with a width of 71 meters, and was named the street – the Champs-Elysées in 1789.
Passing along the Champs Elysees, every tourist will be able to see immediately a few sights of Paris, Place de la Concorde is, the area of Charles de Gol, as well as Arc de Triomphe, in the area through which drove the winners. This street originally served as a road to the castle and the Tuileries Gardens to the Palace of Versailles, and later it began to hold mass celebrations and proclamation winners.
Today, the Champs-Elysees are also popular, as in past years, are magnificently celebrated the winners, with the scope celebrate holidays such as Christmas and New Year. But what to say, better to see the beauty of this street, you read about this wonderful place. After all, look at Paris is, and what it is not only the Champs Elysees.