7th Arrondissement, Paris
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
You might do a bit of celebrity-spotting in between your intensive sightseeing around 7th Arrondissement, perhaps the most exclusive area in Paris that's home to some of the city's most-visited attractions. The area supports a population of celebrities, VIPs, and other dignitaries, as well as sights like the Eiffel Tower and National Assembly. And with its concentration of prestigious museums like the Musee d'Orsay, the Musee Rodin, and the Musee du quai Branly, it makes a great place to museum-hop. Spend time here to experience one of the liveliest areas of Paris. With our world travel planner, Paris attractions like 7th Arrondissement can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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I rented an apartment near the Invalides in the 7th every summer for 20 years! I recommend it, especially for Americans.. Many expats live here. Non French speakers will be comfortable here. You can w... read more »
Sans aucun doute l'arrondissement le plus chic et chez de Paris, mais avec des parties mortelles d'ennui plus on s'enfonce dans sa profondeur en allant vers le 14et 15 ème arrondissements. Le monument... read more »Without a doubt the most chic district and at Paris, but with deadly parts of trouble deeper you sink in its depth by going to the 14 15th arrondissements. The monument the famous Paris, internationally the brand of the capital, is located: the Eiffel Tower, with also the huge garden at his feet, the field of Mars (the "must" probably Paris habitat). There are Les Invalides and his gigantic esplanade (which I personally find a little desert), the Military Academy; also the Rodin Museum. And the closer of the 6th arrondissement, most buildings take on a historical dimension (as the rue de Varenne and Grenelle with headquarters many departments). There is also a very lively when we will walk to Saint-Dominique and Cler streets. Finally, field - March in the 6th District, and the nearest part of the Seine, it expresses a real elegance.show original
Very safe! Access to Eiffel tour, seine River, restaurants! Hotel de France.... Ok, quaint, small rooms.
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