Just above the Champs Elysées, I just saw it while walking around this world-famous street. There are not many people who visited it, but it was just looking through the window, a very beautiful and fashionable place.
The Citroen Champs Elysees showroom is equivalent to a car sales hall, but the number of cars on display seems to be limited. There are several models of the same model, but in different colors, but here is a slide about Citroen. There is also a game on the fourth floor. center.
This is a huge Christmas Market lining both sides of Champs-Elysee. There's many artisan vendors, along with food stalls, rides, mulled wine stalls, an ice skating rink, and lots of holiday decorations. There's even an animated animal section, complete with dinosaurs, a Santa that arrives high above you by sleigh, and a gourmet food section serving French specialties like fresh oysters, escargot, foie gras, hot cheese, aligot, and even a champagne bar. Plus, this is France after all, so there were endless crepe stalls. It was really fun to wander, but the layout was difficult because it was spread out on both sides of the very wide street. The boulevard itself is of course stunning with holiday lights lining the street from the giant wheel all the way down to the Arc de Triomphe. If you're in Paris during the holidays, it's a great evening activity for all ages.
Great food... I just didnt know which one was local food
This is Citroen's flagship store on the Champs Elysées in Paris. Children can play very happily, and adults can see their favorite concept cars. The marketing effect of the experience store is good.
Large-scale music chain stores, with global music film cds, vcds, video games and computer software, and French music discs can be found