We were happy to get to Champs-Elysées avenue and see one of the most famous avenues in the world. The street is lined up with many stores, restaurants and glamorous buildings. It's really fancy and chic like everyone describes it. We weren't in Europe on a shopping spree but had to take a quick look. Let's just say, you can spend an abundance of time here and won’t have issue finding restaurants, cafes etc
We also visited a small galleries, which is a good alternative to the higher prices on the avenue.
A good idea to plan your day is to start by visiting the Louvre Museum, then a nice stroll through the Jardin des Tuileries (or perhaps a quick lunch). Near the extremity of the garden, you will find a large ferris wheel if you fancy a quick ride. The street then leads to Champs-Elysées and from there the Arc de Triomphe. Funny part is that we didn't even plan in advance, it just pieced itself together. And it worked really great !! Feel free to use this as a guide for your tour of Paris !