Quickly getting to famous districts in the heart of Paris
Near the hotel Galileo :
Avenue des Champs ElyséesEveryone says its the world's most beautiful avenue. Perhaps. In any case, it is without a doubt one of the most famous streets in Paris and located in one of the most fashionable neighbourhoods in the French capital. Connecting the Arc de Triomphe to La Concorde, many concept stores and chic boutiques run along its sidewalks. It is one of the most legendary places in Paris and only 2 minutes from your hotel!
Arc de TriompheIt was Napoleon Bonaparte who wanted it to commemorate the Battle of Austerlitz (1806). However, it wasn't until long after the Battle of Waterloo that it was inaugurated (1835). The stunning Arc de Triomphe can be seen from both the beginning and end of the avenue. From the roof (50m high), you can see all of the Paris and the world's most beautiful avenue up until La Concord and even beyond. Come and discover it just a few minutes away from your hotel.
Avenue MontaigneAvenue Montaigne is a famous Parisian avenue, which stretches approximately 600 metres between the Seine River and Champs-Elysées. All of the prestigious fashion and haute couture houses are found here. All of the most famous international brands occupy the banks of the river. From Bulgari to Zadig and Voltaire via Dior, Channel or Vuitton, the most fashionable luxury boutiques await you during your stay at the Galileo!
Paris à la carteAll of the major tourist attractions and symbolic monuments in Paris are directly accessible by metro or bus from the Hotel Hotel Galileo, such the Place de la Concorde, Louvre rue de Rivoli, Opéra de Paris, Musée d'Orsay, Montparnasse, Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord railway stations, le Marais, Rue de Rennes, centre of Paris at Châtelet Les Halles, Montmartre, Disneyland Paris, la Bastille, Notre-Dame Cathedral, etc.
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