The busy Concorde station services Metro Line's 1, 8 and 12. It is located just west of the heart of Paris and is in fare zone 1. It also has many access tunnels at the Tuileries, Place de la Concorde, Rue Royale, Rue Rivoli, Rue de Mondovi and rue St-Florentin.
Concorde is decorated with tiles that spell out the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, which is a French political document that defined individual as well as societal rights after the Revolution. It was also the inspiration of famous poet Ezra Pound's In a Station of the Metro.
Upon exiting the station you will see many places of interest including the right bank of the Seine, Place de la Concorde, Palais Bourbon, Tuileries, Galerie nationale du Jea de Paume and the Orangerie Museum.
Although the surrounding area is mainly attractions, the French National Assembly occupies the Palais Bourbon.