From the B Montmartre Hotel, there are many options to explore Paris. We propose you an itinerary!
After a break at the hotel’s breakfast buffet, take the road to Parc Monceau. Go up to Boulevard des Batignolles, then Boulevard de Courcelles, to the Dôme which marks the entrance of the Park.
Passing the rotunda that welcomed the offices of the Ferme Générale, you enter on the garden built by the Duke of Chartres. Leaving on the left you will discover La Naumachie, an oval basin surrounded by a colonnade. Several marble statues represent writers and musicians.
Leaving the park and continuing the Boulevard de Courcelles you will arrive on Place des Ternes and then at the end of Avenue Wagram you will see the famous Arc de Triomphe. Go upstairs, a breathtaking view of Paris awaits you. Below of the Arc de Triomphe, there is the tomb of the unknown soldier of the First World War and an eternal flame commemorates the soldiers who died in the battle.
You can then walk down the famous Avenue of the Champs-Elysees to do some shopping and lunch.
You will arrive on the Place de la Concorde and discover the Egyptian obelisk of Luxor arrived in 1838. It was offered by Egypt to France for the work of Champollion.
Crossing the place, you will arrive at the garden Jardin des Tuileries which is the former garden of the royal residence of the Tuileries Palace (It no longer exists today). It is the largest and oldest French garden in Paris.
Continuing through the garden, you will discover the Pyramid du Louvre, which is the entrance to the museum.
The enigmatic Mona Lisa has been exhibited there since 1802. You can also discover 35,000 of the 450,000 works that the museum has.
Back to the hotel, relaxing you with one of our cocktails to the bar or in the garden of the hotel. A pleasant time after this fabulous day!
Arc de Triomphe
Open every day from 10 am to 10.30 pm
Price: 12 euros
Open from 9 am to 6 pm Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Open from 9am to 9.45pm Wednesday and Friday
Closed on Tuesdays
Price: 15 euros (free every first Sunday of the month)