Place de la Concorde is a beautiful 8 hectare square in Paris, on the Seine river right banks in between the Champs Elysees and the Tuileries Gardens. It is part of the spectacular Paris triomphal way. See Place de la Concorde, a 18th century marvel and Paris top sight.
In the middle of the Place de la Concorde, the 3200 years old obelisk comes from the egyptian temple of Luxor where it was marking the main entrance.
A great way to see Paris from an elevated point other than the Eiffel Tower is la Grande Roue, a magical ferris wheel on Place de La Concorde. La Grande Roue, 197 feet high, is located between the Tuileries Gardens and Concorde Square. Adults and kids will enjoy this different perspective on Paris.
Open everyday from 11am to 12pm
November 20th to January 20th
Entrance fee: 10 euros. Children: 5 euros.
Place de la Concorde witnessed the beheading of his grandson, King Louis XVI, on January 21st 1793 during the dramatic French revolution.