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7th Arrondissement Guide

Palais-Bourbon: Glitz & Glamour

Nary a visitor to Paris can resist visiting one of the world’s most treasured landmarks, the Eiffel Tower. Don't expect to rub elbows with many Parisians; mainly dignitaries and VIPs call the 7th arr home. But you can still experience this affluent neighborhood without your own 2 million euro flat.

Getting there

Metro: M6 to Bir-Hakeim; M8 to Invalides, Varenne, Ecole-Militaire or Latour Maubourg; M10 to Sevres-Babylone; M12 to Assemblée Nationale, Solférino, Rue du Bac or Sà¨vres-Babylone; M13 to Invalides


Eiffel Tower • Musée d'Orsay • Musee Rodin

Aeon's Picks

Rue Cler: One of the most famous market streets in Paris, this cobblestone street is near the Eiffel Tower and packed with cafés, cheese and chocolate shops.
Rue Cler

Le Bon Marché: A popular department store, one of the oldest in Paris.
24 Rue de Sà¨vreslebonmarche.com

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