If you don’t how to get to the Eiffel Tower (bad tourist!), Trocadéro would be the place to start. Stood on a hill overlooking our most famous monument, it’s not only great for photos but also for culture; in the Palais de Chaillot, the huge symmetrical building dating from the Universal Exposition of 1937 that swings out and around on both sides, you’ll find three museums, a theatre and the Café de l’Homme ,a very posh restaurant with a very special view… The building has also played its part in history. This is where the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed in 1948.
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