The French Presidential Palace is generally called the Palais de lÉlysée and was built in 1718. The queen of Napoleon I lived here. Since 1873, it has been used as the French presidential palace, located beside the most beautiful Champs Elysées in the world.
The visit process is very simple, just follow the crowd, there is only one controlled movement line, a bit like a duck, but it is very happy to be able to come in, because a bunch of French people have not visited the presidential palace. Generally, you have to wait at least three hours.
The Presidential Palace has a collection of many authentic paintings by masters, and it can be regarded as an alternative museum. In addition to the office, another bright spot in the palace is the banquet hall. The design is magnificent and the bowls and dishes displayed in the hall are also super beautiful. The set of porcelain is elegant, and it can be imagined that guests from all over the world are dining together in the Elysee Palace.
The Elysée Palace was a famous palace during the Paris dynasty and is now the presidential palace in Paris. The guard here is very strict, guarded by guns, everyone can only watch from the outside, he looks very spectacular and luxurious.
Alice is a famous palace in Paris, France. He used to be the residence of Emperor Louis. The interior decoration of the entire power supply is very luxurious, with many precious portraits and precious royal cultural relics. Here you can fully appreciate the daily life of the French royal family and feel their nobility and luxury.
So this is where the President of France lives and the gardens are now open every first Sunday of the month to the public (free entry). The garden is located behind the palace, with a very nice lush green lawn that you can sprawl out in and that is surrounded by flowers, trees, and tons of security guards! We happened to be there when the President himself, Francois Hollande, came out and greeted the visitors! A very unique experience if you happen to be in Paris at the right time.
The Elysee Palace is located at the east end of the Champs Elysées in the center of Paris and is the residence of the French president. The Elysée Palace was built in 1718. Both Louis XV and Louis XVI lived in, and the place was renamed the Bourbon Mansion. After Napoleon I was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, he signed and abdicated here. Napoleon III also moved here after he was elected president in 1848, and he claimed that the empress here became the royal palace. The Third French Republic issued a decree in 1873, officially designating the Elysee Palace as the French presidential palace. Since then, almost all the presidents of the French Republic have worked and lived here.