An afternoon in the place where the world famous Parisian symbol stand since a century? Is it good? Yeah. The seventh district has many others elements to watch after have taken hundred photos of our Iron Lady!
Brief history of the seventh arrondissement
Government institutions and major landmarks dominate this upscale arrondissement. The most famous of these landmarks is the Eiffel Tower, drawing millions of visitors each year. Other important tourist draws are the Invalides – with its museums and Napoleon’s tomb – and three more museums: the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée Rodin and the Musée du Quay Branly, which is dedicated to non-European cultures. The Palais Bourbon (National Assembly), École Militaire (Military School) and the UNESCO headquarters can also be found in the 7th arrondissement.
What to see?
- Eiffel Tower and Champs de Mars
- Church of Saint François Xavier
- Foutain of the Four Seasons
- Orsay Museum
- National Assembly