This avenue has come a long way from a "Widow's Alley" to one of the most fashionable areas in Paris.
With its huge, exposed pipes and ducts, the center, in addition to the collection of artwork from 1905 to the present, houses a vast public library and an upscale, trendy rooftop restaurant, Georges.
A Grand Castle on the Water
The Lost Château of Nicolas Fouquet
Explore this magnificent château that was home to the royal family.
Not only does this institution house art, the architecture is a work of art.
The sight of the perfectly restored glass domes of the Grand Palais is reason enough to visit this most majestic of Parisian landmarks.
Take in the picturesque gardens and even watch a game of chess.
Situated in the Tuileries Gardens, this building has served multiple purposes during its existence, including a storage space for Nazi plunder during World War II.
A museum that was constructed as a fortress in the late 12th century.