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Arc de Triomphe
Seine River Cruise
Arc de Triomphe
Seine River Cruise
A key symbol of French identity, the Arc de Triomphe is one of the world’s most massive arch. It was commissioned back in 1806 to commemorate the soldiers who lost their lives during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic wars. Its significance is marked by important events such as the Bastille Day military parade and Tour de France race every year.
A trip to Paris is incomplete without visiting this iconic landmark and basking in the surreal view of the city’s landscape from its rooftop. Book your Arc de Triomphe tickets to visit this homage to French history.
The best way to purchase your tickets to Arc de Triomphe is to get them online:
The Arc de Triomphe is a monument that honours those who fought for France and died in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Spanning 150 feet and 162 feet in height, this triumphal arch gives visitors a deep insight into the history of France.
The arch was originally commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte, and took over 30 years to complete. Designed with Neoclassical features of Roman architecture, it also has stunning sculptures on each of its pillars. An emblem of French victory, it sees nearly 2 million visitors annually.About Arc de Triomphe
One’s first impression of Arc de Triomphe is of awe; measuring 164 ft in height and 148 ft in width, it towers over the city’s landscape and is prominently visible from a vast distance. It follows a neo-classical design and is said to have been partially inspired by the Roman Forum’s Arch of Titus. The most prominent highlight that sets Arc de Triomphe apart are the engraved names of fallen warriors on the inside surface of the arch. At the bottom, you will find the Tomb of the Fallen Soldier where a flame of remembrance is rekindled every evening.
Perhaps the most inviting point of visiting the Arc de Triomphe is the view from its rooftop. Located right in the heart of Paris, visitors are treated to a splendid panoramic view of the city from the rooftop. To get to the rooftop, visitors will need to climb up 280 steps, which lends a deeper insight into the monument’s construction and history of French wars. Since the structure is seated in the middle of a plaza from where 12 avenues lead out, it lends the impression of a large star and further enhances your viewing experience.
Arc de Triomphe timings are as follows:
Closed On: January 1, May 1, May 8 (morning), July 14 (morning), July 24, November 11 (morning) & December 25.Arc de Triomphe Hours
Arc de Triomphe is located at Arc de Triomphe, Place Charles-de-Gaulle, 75008 Paris. Google Map Directions.
The best time to visit Arc de Triomphe is during early mornings or before closing at night. The best time of the year to visit is during the off-season, from September to December and February to May.
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A. You can either pick between a standard ticket that lets you access the rooftop, or a combo ticket that gives you access to Arc de Triomphe and a Seine River cruise. Note that both tickets are skip the line Arc de Triomphe tickets.
A. Yes. You can book your Arc de Triomphe tickets online as they now accept only digital reservations.
A. It depends on the Arc de Triomphe ticket you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation.
A. Arc de Triomphe's opening hours are 10 AM to 11 PM from 1 April 2022. The last admission is 45 minutes before the monument closes.
A. You can get to the top by booking your Arc de Triomphe tickets online. With this ticket, you can climb up the 230 steps to reach the rooftop. Lift service is reserved for those with reduced mobility, pregnant women and visitors with small children.