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Chatillon, Hauts-de-Seine, Ile de France

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Nestled at the gates of Paris in Hauts-de-Seine, Châtillon is a charming small town in Île-de-France that combines history, modernity, and friendliness. As you wander through its picturesque streets, you'll discover a rich historical heritage marked by impressive buildings such as the Saint-Philippe-Saint-Jacques church and the house of Swiss painter Richard. Green spaces abound: André Malraux Par...See more

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Montparnasse Tower Entrance Tickets: 56th Floor and Roof Terrace
4.8 km

Montparnasse Tower Entrance Tickets: 56th Floor and Roof Terrace

ArrayWhy You Shouldn’t Miss This The Montparnasse Tower is not necessarily on to-do lists of most travelers, yet, it is one of those off beat experiences that you have to take in! The Tower looks head on at the Eiffel, and its 56th-floor observation deck offers the best views of the Eiffel and of Paris. The deck is indoors, thus offering a comfortable, relaxed setting. Unlike the other observation points in Paris. Open till late in the night, you can walk at any time of the day with your all day access tickets. If you wish to go higher, you can take the stairs to the 59th-floor open-air observation deck for better views of Paris. Your Experience Upon booking your tickets to the Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck, you will receive a confirmation email with your tickets. Your tickets are valid for 200 days from the date of purchase and can be used during any time of the day. Head straight to the entrance of the Tower and walk towards the elevators. In a cool 38 seconds, you will be elevated to the 56th-floor Observation Deck! The deck is indoors and is surrounded by large bay windows. These offer 360-degree views of Paris. The highlights of your visit are surely looking at the Eiffel Tower from the best observation point in Paris. This is one of the best spots to capture that memorable photograph of the Eiffel, without having to deal with busy crowds. You can also take the stairs and walk up to the 59th-floor open-air observation deck to admire similar views under the Parisian sky.

33 Avenue du Maine 75755 Paris
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Tickets to the Montparnasse Tower (56th floor) – 360° views of Paris
4.8 km

Tickets to the Montparnasse Tower (56th floor) – 360° views of Paris

Discover the most impressive view of Paris! The highest building of the capital, the unmissable Montparnasse Tower offers you a unique panorama of more than 70 monuments, one of which is the Eiffel Tower! CLIMB TO THE 56TH FLOOR OF THE MONTPARNASSE TOWER TO ENJOY EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS OF THE PARISIAN SKYLINE. THANKS TO THIS INTERACTIVE VISIT YOU'LL KNOW ALL THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT THE FAMOUS LANDMARKS OF THE CITY OF LIGHTS! The Montparnasse Tower, which measures around 210 metres high, has been the only skyscraper in central Paris since it was opened in 1973. The building is primarily used by tourists, as well as local people who want to relax and enjoy a good meal. On both the 56th floor and on the panoramic terrace found on the 59th floor, you are offered a 360° view of Paris. So come and climb to the summit to see the capital from a whole new perspective! You will travel 196 metres vertically in 38 seconds inside the fastest lift in Europe. From the top you will have a chance to admire the iconic Parisian monuments one by one, including the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, Notre Dame Cathedral, Montmartre, the Sacré Coeur, the Luxembourg Gardens, the Beaubourg centre, the Pompidou Centre, St Germain des Prés,  La Défense, the Latin Quarter and many more. The roof-terrace, which was only recently opened to the public, has windows offering exceptional views of the Parisian skyline from over 210 metres above street level! There are also many interactive audiovisual displays to help you to discover and understand Paris, its history and what it's like today. These include: * A permanent exhibition of 185 archive photographs of Paris * Diagrams to explain where monuments are located in relation to each other * Interactive displays and fun questions to answer And why not finish your visit with a drink at the highest panoramic bar in Paris?

Rue de l'arrivée 75015 Paris
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Pont du Garigliano
4.1 km

Pont du Garigliano

The Pont du Garigliano is a bridge across the Seine in Paris. Location and constructionThe Pont du Garigliano links Boulevard Martial-Valin in the quartier de Javel (15th arrondissement), to Boulevard Exelmans in the Auteuil quartier (16th arrondissement). It is a metal bridge made of three spans (of 58m, 93m and 58m) soldered to six beams and carried on only two piles, close to the river banks. It spans roadways on both banks before reaching the ground. It is the highest bridge in Paris, at 11 metres above the level of the Seine (making it a popular place for suicides, such as that of Boris Fraenkel). It is very close to the studios of France Télévision, and to the Hôpital Européen Georges-Pompidou. HistoryFrom 1863 to 1962, the two-level stone viaduc d'Auteuil (or viaduc du Point-du-Jour) ran across the river at this point, carrying Petite Ceinture trains on its upper level and car traffic on its lower level. When car transport increased on the Boulevards des Maréchaux, and since the arches of the existing structure were too low to be passed under by river traffic, it was decided to replace it. Construction began in 1963 under the architect Davy and the engineer Thenault, and the new structure was inaugurated on 1 September 1966. The present structure is named after General Juin's victory at the Battle of Garigliano in Italy in 1944.Since the end of 2006, the art-work Le Téléphone has been installed on its downstream side, implanted in the exterior face of the pavement. It consists of a telephone cabin sculpted in the form of a flower by the architect Frank Gehry, with no function other than to receive calls from Sophie Calle, the artist who created the idea, in order to accompany the inauguration of the service on Tramway des Maréchaux, whose terminus is very close. Source : Wikipédia – Reproduction of extracts of original text. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Photo : Créative Commons

Pont du Garigliano 75015 Paris
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We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾