Champs Elysees is no doubt, the most famous avenue in Paris. It begins at the palace de la Concorde and makes its way to the Arc de Triomphe.
Champs Elysees was created in 1667 an an extension of the Jardins des Tuileries by Andre Le Notre. Champs Elysees in English means Elysian Fields and back in the day the area where Champs Elysees was literally a field.
In the 19th century, Champs Elysees was a fashionable avenue where the rich used to stroll and the wealthy built their homes. Today, Champs Elysees is a broad avenue with numerous stores, cafes and restaurants, and a row of sycamore trees.