Travel to Invalides and Faubourg Saint-Germain
This part of the left bank, from Saint Germain to les Invalides, boasts some of the most famous places in Paris; a long walk is necessary to take in everything the area has to offer.
A cultural visit might include trips to the musée d'Orsay
, the Rodin museum
, the Army museum, Hôtel des Invalides
and the newer quai Branly museum.
On a more "natural" note, this neighbourhood is also rightly famed for its parks: you will certainly enjoy a pleasant stroll from the Luxembourg Palace gardens
to the Champ de mars
, by way of the esplanade des Invalides
In terms of shopping, the famous Bon Marché
is a must-visit: a temple to pleasure and fashion...
The 7th arrondissement is a top-end neighbourhood which is well worth a visit.
Family things to do
Invalides and Faubourg Saint-Germain
Plan your stay in Invalides and Faubourg Saint-Germain in Paris