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We traveled after dinner to the Trocadero to watch the city lights. Despite many tourists, it was a fantastic way to see the lights over the city including the tower which sparkles each hour. A local vendor offers a variety of beverages. It was an...More
Trocadéro was one of Paris’ most visited areas, since it offers one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The place was named in honour of the Battle of Trocadero. Not only a mythical place but also a square full of history,...More
Great / Best views of the Eiffel Tower.
We went after dark to see the lights on the Tower. Excellent.
Street vendors in abundance but not too pushy.
Spent some time here as daughters had to create and edit their Instagram stories!!!
I loved loved loved all my family’s pics taken here. Go early before 9am when the sun has not arisen to such that it silhouettes your pretty face AND before all the swarms of tourists and wannabe k-pop stars descend.
Take a short walk to...More
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It’s busy, lots of tourists, vendors selling flowers/Trinkets/champagne. Pretty memorable setting for popping the question. Just be aware of your surroundings during the emotional moment. Congratulations
Hi, It's an open space from where you can look back on the Eiffel Tower and it gives you a perfect view. Overall, I believe the neighborhood is called Trocadero, but when people say it, they really just mean the area where... More
Hi, It's an open space from where you can look back on the Eiffel Tower and it gives you a perfect view. Overall, I believe the neighborhood is called Trocadero, but when people say it, they really just mean the area where you take photos of the Eiffel Tower. There is a big fountain, a nice looking "palace" and green lawn to sit and relax. So you can be on the lawn for greenery in the photo, near a tree if you want to frame the Eiffel Tower, or get up on the steps of the building for an elevated view. No tickets, just freely walk around. It is right across the street from the Eiffel Tower. Go there after your visit up the Tower, or wander there if you have time to waste before the Tower.