Palais de Chaillot is a building on the top of Chauyo Hill in the 16th district of Paris, France. Located at the location of the 1937 International Exposition. Summer Palace is designed in a classic "modern" style. The Palais des Nations is composed of two separate wings, which form a wide arc.
You can walk to the Les Invalides in two blocks. The prominent golden roof sign can be seen from a distance. If you are worried that you will get lost when walking through the streets, you can also enter at the entrance near the Place de la Concorde, which is on the extension of the Pont Alexandre III .
For me, the Palais de Chaillot was overshadowed by the Eiffel Tower but the exterior looked very pretty and the gardens are nice to walk through.
The Palais is magnificent in its own right, but the views of the Eiffel Tower are truly postcard worthy.
One of the best spots to snap your token photo of the Eiffel Tower from. Here is where you'll get the view you see in all the postcards.
Perhaps the best place to take a picture f the Eiffel Tower!