Staying in an emblematic Parisian quarter
Bordered by the quays of the Seine on the one hand, and the Champ de Mars on the other, the eastern part of the 7th district is dominated by the Eiffel Tower, which sets the tone of the Tour Eiffel - Champs de Mars neighbourhood.
Near the gardens of the Champs de Mars, the buildings of this luxurious bourgeois district are home to a mostly affluent population, while the attractions of the Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars and the Quai Branly Museum, are the chosen destinations of thousands of tourists who throng the streets of the capital each day.
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Rent an apartment in the Eiffel Tower - Champs de Mars neighbourhood
Who hasn't dreamed of living at the foot of the Eiffel Tower? If you are planning to stay in Paris, don't do things by halves; choose accommodation that is right on the doorstep of the most famous monument in the capital, and admire it in the evening when it is lit up, in all its glory!
You will only have to walk a few metres to cross the Champs de Mars at its northwest end, and then wait your turn for the lift that takes you to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Once there, you can admire the breathtaking views over the rooftops and monuments of Paris, and you could also treat yourself to a champagne lunch or dinner in one of the tower's restaurants! After admiring the heights of Paris, you may wish to explore its depths so why not visit the Paris Sewer, the entrance of which is nearby on the Quai d'Orsay, near the Pont de l'Alma?
You can also opt for a sightseeing cruise along the Seine by which embarks from the foot of the Eiffel Tower. At number 37 Quai Branly, the museum of the same name exhibits astonishing art collections from former French colonies and overseas territories.
At noon, on a clear day, you could join the many Parisians who love picnicking on the grassy lawns of the Champ de Mars. In the evening, why not enjoy dinner in one of the breweries in the Rue Cler, a pedestrian-friendly area, which also hosts an open air market?
The district is well-connected to the rest of the city by the Bir Hakeim and Ecole Militaire metro stations, which serve lines 6 and 8 respectively. There are also the RER stations Champ de Mars - Eiffel Tower and Pont de l'Alma, so the area is a convenient base for visiting neighboring boroughs.
You could also check out the apartments offered in other districts of the seventh district of Paris, such as the Invalides quarter and the Rue du Bac - Musée d'Orsay district.