Weekend Wanderings: Cobblestone Playground

In an attempt to fight the city’s pollution, Paris’ most famous boulevard — the Champs-Élysées — is closed for cars every first Sunday of the month. It’s when the 2 kilometre-long street between the Place de la Concorde and the Arc the Triomphe becomes a playground for pedestrians and cyclists.

Besides artists, sports clubs and charities, visitors can currently also enjoy the decorations for EURO 2016. I had a look.

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