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For a long time, however, the "most beautiful avenue in the world" was marshy, uninhabited land.


The area has undergone many successive transformations and waves of mass demolition to rebuild, each time, a new homogeneous architectural ensemble, so while the latest Art Nouveau and modern styles reign supreme, punctuated by late Haussmannian designs, here and there we find buildings that hint to another past, such as the Hôtel de la Païva, a Belle Epoque masterpiece, or the beautiful private mansions on Avenue Gabriel. 


Here, Art Nouveau is celebrated widely, with architectural gems such as the imposing Théâtre des Champs Elysées and the Marriott Hotel.


Property here is exclusively prestigious, attracting generations of Parisians with family roots here, some dating back to the Second Empire, as well as foreign investors attracted to the glittering international reputation of the famous avenue and the adjoining Golden Triangle.

For the uninitiated, the apparent tourist activity in the area can hide the fact that at the heart of this hustle and bustle lives a real neighbourhood.

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The Arc de Triomphe, which completes the incredible geometrical landscape formed by the Tuileries and the "most beautiful avenue in the world", offers a breathtaking view that few Parisians are familiar with.

The Tuileries Gardens, opposite the Arc de Triomphe, are just as inviting for a stroll in summer or winter, and offer a timeless Parisian escape when you sit by the ponds to enjoy the endless spectacle of Parisian children watching their boats go by.

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Neighborhood Life

For the uninitiated, the apparent tourist activity in the area can hide the fact that at the heart of this hustle and bustle lives a real neighbourhood.

The lower part of the avenue, was invested into and remodelled for the 1900 Universal Exhibition and has retained the Grand and Petit Palais, which have transformed this area into a cultural bubble surrounded by gardens.

The surrounding gardens, divided into squares, are havens of Parisian life, with children's playgrounds and carousels but also an element of refinement. The Carré des Ambassadeurs is home to the Espace Cardin and the Pavillon Gabriel, where generations of Parisians have met up to dance, the Carré Ledoyen is home to the famous gastronomic restaurant bearing the same name, while the Carré Marigny houses the theatre of the same name. 

From under Jeff Koons' flowers you can head to the Alsace, with its unchanged décor, or the Pichet de Paris, two timeless institutions that have withstood the district's many developments. In summer, you can cool off on the terrace of the Petit Palais or in the private swimming pool at the Automobile Club.

And in the evening, you can enjoy a delicious meal at Apicius, Kaspia or the recently refurbished Maxim's.

A pleasant, residential area packed with insider addresses.

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One of the most beautiful dining spots in Paris, with its verdant terrace.

The Petit Palais

The Petit Palais, built for the 1900 World's Fair by architect Charles Girault, houses the Museum of Fine Arts of the City of Paris.

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