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Arrondissement 7, for culture lovers

arrondissement 7The arrondissement 7 of Paris is one of the most iconic one of the city. Just think that this is the one that includes the Eiffel Tower! (Tour Eiffel).

This area dates back to 19th century. From here you can easily go to the arrondissement 1 or to the arrondissement 4.

In the seventh arrondissement of Paris you can see lots of famous attractions and landmarks.

I always suggest to go visiting the Hotels that are in the same area.

You should know that in Paris the “hotel” is not only meant as the building where you can find an accommodation. The Hotel is also a sort of monument. Usually it is historically important. When you go in arrondissement 7, visit the Hotel des Invalides, Hotel de Matignon and the Hotel de Boisgelin.

Arrondissement 7, what you can’t miss

arrondissement 7The most important landmarks of arrondissement 7 are surely the Eiffel Tower and the Hotel des Invalides. Plus, you can visit the Musee d’Orsay and the Rodin Museum. You can go there easily because they are in the centre of the arrondissement VII. When you go there, you will walk in a beautiful garden.

In Rodin Museum you can admire artworks by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoire, Vincent van Gogh. And obvioulsy of Ausute Rodin too! Plus, The building itself, the Hotel de Biron, is splendid.

In the Musee d’Orsay, you can find impressionist and post-impressionist artworks. It has been recently renewed by the italian designer Gae Aulenti. It is the perfect place for lover of painting, sculpture, architecture and photograpy.

Arrondissement 7, districts and metro station

The districts of arrondissement 7 are Saint-Thomas-d’Aquin, Invalides, Ecole-Militaire, Gros Caillou.

There are many metro stations that you can refer to. Assemblée Nationale, Champ de Mars, Duroc, Ecole Miliatire. Also, Ivalides, La Tour-Maubourg, Rue du Bac. Don’t forget Saint-François-Xavier, Ségur, Sèvres-Babylone, Solférino, Vaneau and Varenne.