Invalides, Orsay, military school – 0 appartments

This is the great outdoors within Paris, with walks on the banks of the now pedestrian Seine river. Everything invites you to relax. The bravest will climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower to enjoy a vast 60 kms panoramic view. As Dutronc sang, the appreciation of the Eiffel Tower was not always unanimous: during its construction, Huysmans compared it to a “suppository”. A little further on is the Invalides, where war invalids once lived, today a remarkable set of buildings, museums and monuments relating the military history of France. It is one of the most elegant residential areas in Paris where art galleries abound. You are welcome to attend one of the sessions open to the public at the National Assembly, close by the Government and Embassy district. There are many beautiful old town houses here. A note to Art Nouveau lovers: three addresses not to be missed: n° 27 Rue Rapp, 3 Place Rapp and 12 Rue Sédillot. Keep up the spirit of discovery until 46 Bd Saint Germain and go into the magnificent wooden Deyrolle shop from 1831. A little further away, Serge Gainsbourg’s House at 5 bis Rue de Verneuil still attracts many fans. Di doudi dou da…

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