A first trip to Paris can be fairly daunting. Down every street and around every corner, there’s something special to see and do so to help you out here’s a guide to visiting the seven wonders of the the 7th arrondissement. Many of Paris’ most beautiful landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Ecole Militaire and the Hotel des Invalides call the 7th home but do not forget to explore the neighborhood itself as it is one of the most beautiful areas in Paris.
The 7th Arrondissement Holds Some of the World’s Best Museums
First, do not miss “Le Musée d’Orsay”. It is perhaps the best-known Parisian museum after The Louvre. Located in a former train station, the Musée d’Orsay offers a feast of 19th-century art and an internationally renowned collection of impressionist and post-impressionists paintings in an unforgettable setting: a palace-like station. Even if art is not your thing, you can’t help but admire the architecture that surrounds you.
The Musée Rodin is one of Paris’ most peaceful and romantic museums. This museum, a tribute to France’s most famous sculptor Auguste Rodin is a must see. Located in a 18th-century mansion and private gardens, the museum is home to over 6,000 of the sculptor’s works including his most famous pieces…Take a few hours to stroll the idyllic rose gardens surrounding the Hôtel Biron and do not leave without seeing Rodin’s masterpiece, ‘The Thinker’, in deep contemplation.