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7th Arrondissement
7th Arrondissement

7th Arrondissement

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7th Arrondissement, Paris, France

The Basics

For first-time visitors, the 7th arrondissement is the perfect place to begin an exploration of Paris. Take a sightseeing tour to see the district’s highlights and enjoy a great introduction to Paris culture, history, and architecture. You’ll admire views of the Eiffel Tower, wander the Musée Rodin Sculpture Garden, discover quaint cobbled side streets, and sample traditional French foods.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The 7th arrondissement is a must for first-time Paris visitors.

  • Book a walking tour to see neighborhood highlights and hidden treasures.

  • Wear comfortable shoes and plan to spend a lot of time walking.

  • Book Eiffel Tower tickets and tours in advance to avoid long wait times.

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How to Get There

It is easy to get to the 7th arrondissement using public transportation from anywhere in Paris. Metro lines 6, 8, 10, 12, and 13 service the arrondissement with stops including Bir-Hakeim (for the Eiffel Tower), Musée d'Orsay, and Varenne (for Les Invalides and Musée Rodin).

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When to Get There

The 7th arrondissement is worth exploring any time of year. If visiting during the summer months, consider booking tours and museum admission tickets ahead of time to avoid long lines. If you’re on a budget, you’ll find the best deals visiting November through February and also enjoy less tourist crowds, though with fewer services.

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Shopping in the 7th Arrondissement

The 7th arrondissement boasts a vast array of shops, from small speciality stores and consignment shops to high-end boutiques and large department stores. Fashion enthusiasts must visit Le Bon Marché, Paris’s oldest and most prestigious department store. Showcasing the finest designer brands and gorgeous window displays, Le Bon Marché is like an art gallery for fashion lovers.

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