Ok not a lot too see here a statue on a concrete island. There is some park benches to have a seat. The walkway is ok. The good thing is there is no tourist.
The Statue of Liberty in Paris is a bit off the beaten path from the other more popular sights, but if you have the time to spare after visiting the Eiffel Tower and the other sights somewhat nearby, take the trouble to walk out here and see the Statue. You will be rewarded with great photograph opportunities that most people... More
There is only this one monument but it is the American symbol if freedom to the world. It is well maintained and well worth the walk to go and see.
This is a lovely small Island that can be accessed from either Pont de Grenelle or Pont de Bir-Hakeim. At the southern end you can get a good look at the Statue of Liberty but there is also an opportunity to photograph The Eiffel Tower from an unusual angle. There are park benches spread throughout and it offers shade on... More
We were living in a hotel in the 15th arrondissement and had gone for a morning walk. We headed for the banks of the Seine and noticed the Statue of Liberty replica. We had to take a closer look. This involved us making our way down to the Ile des Cygnes and back to the base of the statue. We... More
This is a long narrow island that stretches up to the Eiffel Tower with only one thing to see, the Statue of Liberty.A s described by others this is a sad area that has become scruffy and seedy. Only called in on my way to Parc Ande Citroen which is well worth a visit, despite being so far west of... More
A beautiful walk, not far from the Eiffel Tower and away from the crowds. Since we recently visited NYC and the Statue of Liberty, we felt the need to see this one. Yes, there are "street people" living down here, but they didn't bother us. We took some photos, hugged the base and found a couple of really nice spots... More
We went down to see the Statue of Liberty on the Seine while we were in Paris. It's about 35 feet high and apart from size is an almost exact replica of the one in New York. The statue is on the Île des Cygnes in the middle of the Seine, so to get to it, you have to walk... More
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