...or - to be precise - The Modern Art Museum of the city of Paris, because - yes - Paris also has the national modern art museum at the Pompidou Centre, and of course the experimental bleeding edge of modern art just next door at the Palais de Tokyo. So, one modern art museum too many? Opinions differ, but if you fancy seeing a giant Dufy or a rare Matisse, this is where you should go.
How to get there
RER C :
Pont de l'Alma
Bus 63, 32, 92
from the 2017-11-17 until the 2018-05-31
Ferris Wheel on Concorde SquareThe wheel on the Champs Elysees
The Champs Elysees avenue during the winter season is magic. Until February, the avenue shines with fairy lights. To complete the experience, visitors should stop at the giant ferris wheel in the place de la Concorde . For the festive season, this traditional attraction, twinkling with lights, will take you up above the rooftops of Paris to enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. The wheel provides a view upon the Champs Elysees, the Louvre, the Tuileries Garden.
Place de la Concorde 75008 Paris