Pont Alexandre III is a romantic Parisian bridge over the Seine connecting the Grand and the Petit Palais to the Hôtel des Invalides. The bridge is a symbol of the Art Nouveau, also declared historical heritage in 1975.
Through the Pont Alexandre III you will cross the Seine on the most decorated bridge in Paris. You will see the gold-plated horses and the 32 bronze candlesticks that enrich the bridge. At the four extremities of the structure there are decorative pylons in which you can live the France history. In fact, there are representations of Medieval, Renaissance, King Sun and finally of the contemporary age.