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Eiffel Tower / Invalides

These neighborhoods were mostly developed in the nineteenth century using the vacant land conducive to construct impressive buildings.

This is the Paris of great spaces. On both sides of the Seine by the Eiffel Tower, there are huge and magnificent palaces and private mansions that serve now to host embassies.

You can admire here the beauty of the dome of the Invalides and discover the charm of the Rodin Museum and its park, as well as the National Assembly. On the other side of the Esplanade des Invalides, you’re separated from the noise on the Champs-Elysees by the splendor of the Bridge Alexandre III, a majestic place. From all the sides, the impressive perspectives are far stretching and go towards horizontal buildings by the side of the famous Eiffel Tower and the lawns of the Champ de Mars. Not to forget the Trocadero and museums, eg. Le Palais de Tokyo.