The Champs de Mars and Eiffel Tower district is one of the most famous and iconic district in Paris. the "Champs de Mar"s at the feet of the "Tour Eiffel", is open to the public for picnics party on summer evenings, where people plays music on the grass. From here at night, you can admire the "Iron Lady" flickering, such a wonderful, yet simple show. Many Parisians who enjoy strolling through the neighborhood during the week or on the weekend take place on the many terraces that line the area for a coffee . The Hotel des Invalides, built under Louis XIV, is known for its museum of the army, but also for its dome, which houses the tomb of Napoleon. If you want to be closer to the Eiffel Tower during your vacation, this fancy neighborhood is a great value for your stay in Paris.