Champs Elysees in Paris, France
Champs Elysees or Avenue des Champs-Élysées is an avenue in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France about 1.9 kilometres (1.2 mile) long and 70 metres (230 ft) wide. Champs Elysees is a street in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and the most beautiful part of Paris. Because it is a street full of shops and luxurious restaurants that are very famous on both sides. The street is still heading as tourist attractions like the Landmark of this country which is the Triumphal Arch of France. This road will have many tourists to visit each day and is the main shopping route for anyone who visit Paris.
Champs Elysees has name that been derived from Elyseum Field. This is a flower field from the Greek mythology in French with the acceptance that is most beautiful in the world. It is estimated that the rental rate of 93 square meters on the roads and is one of the world’s most expensive roads. Therefore not surprising that the street shops on this side will have luxury stores but the prices is high.
However, Champs Elysees was only the fields and gardens in Paris for long time. Until year 1616, Queen Mary de Medici intended to expand the gardens of the Tuileries Palace by designing the road with two trees. In year 1724, they have an additional route was cut to connect to Charles de Gaulle Square which later became the French Arc de Triomphe. This make this road become a lot more important and a trading ground during the development of France. This road has many stories related to the history of France.