Are you planning to stay in Paris? In the district of the Invalides, surrounded by some of the most prestigious monuments of the capital, you will walk in the footsteps of great men like Napoleon and Rodin, and you will certainly stay in a grandiose setting, dominated by the famous dome of the Invalides and the facade of the National Assembly.
In the Invalides quarter, there are certainly no lack of interesting places to visit! Start off at the Place des Invalides, on the banks of the Seine, where you will discover the historic complex of the Hôtel National des Invalides, with its lawns, guns and museums.
There is also the Musée des Plans-Reliefs, which has a collection of models of fortified towns, the Musée de l’Armée and the Musée de l’Ordre de la Libération, which tells the story of the Resistance during the Nazi occupation of France.
The Church of the Dome (the Eglise du Dôme), with its golden dome, houses the tomb of Napoleon. Remember to book in advance to visit the National Assembly, which meets in the Palais Bourbon, on the quai d'Orsay, near the Pont de la Concorde.
Finally, the Musée Rodin, located on the Rue de Varenne in an old mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens, houses a large collection of sculptures, watercolours and ceramics by the artist, as well as some notable works by Camille Claudel.
Continuing with the artistic theme, you can also use your stay in the Invalides district as a chance to discover many other art galleries, such as the Fresh Paint Gallery on the Rue de Varenne, Monbrisson of Naila on the Rue de Bourgogne, or the Galerie J. Kugel on the Quai Anatole France.
Renting an apartment in the Invalides district means that you can easily visit all of Paris. If you would like to stay only a few steps away from some of the world's greatest monuments, all you need to do is to select one of our listed apartments that meets your search criteria.
You could also try our apartments for rent in the other neighbourhoods of the 7th arrondissement of Paris; the Rue du Bac district - Orsay Museum and the Eiffel Tower district - Champs de Mars.