You gots the famous Tower and a whole lot of stuff to see in a small area if you is willing to walk around without an agenda.
About 7th Arrondissement
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As you come over the Pont de Alexandre into Invalides you are in the 7th Arrondissement. This arrondisement is big skirting the Seine from near the Louvre along to The Eiffel Tower. Of course near the Eiffel Tower is the Champ De Mars. Due to...More
I associate the 7th Arrondissement with the Invalides area as it contains the Esplanade Des Invalides and the Dome Des Invalides and amuse de l’Armee. Ita great area to walk around and see the tourist hot spots and felt very safe too. It would be...More
You will likely find yourself walking through this historic area during a trip to Paris. Take the time to enjoy the scenery.
The famous Eiffel Tower is here (see pics) but so are many museums, glorious buildings and manicured gardens. It's an expensive area of Paris so is well looked after and appears "groomed". The Pont Alexandre III (see pics) is also located here and a well...More
We revisited the 7th arrondissement, where we had previously stayed in a small hotel on Avenue de Tourville, during a trip to Paris in September 2017. It remains an attractive arrondissement, incorporating such landmarks as the Tour Eiffel, Musee d’Orsay, Musee Rodin and les Berges...More
The expensive arrondissement is a touristic attraction mainly because of the Eiffel Tower the most iconic place in France and the most visited and photographed area. The area house several important museums like the Orsay. If you are into shopping but can't tolerate the crowd...More
From here it is an good location getting to know the sights from Paris by foot or Metro. Here our hidden champions we found so far: Boulanger & Patissier Sébastian Brettau - 31, avenue de la Motte Piquet close to Metro 8 Station Ecole Militaire....More
Frist of the Eiffel Tower is this arondissement. Second they have Musee d Orsay. Which is one of best museums in the World. Last it is more peaceful than the 1st.