7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

Strolling Around in the 7th Arrondissement

The 7th arrondissement must be one of the most famous arrondissements in all of Paris. It's the home to the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides and the beautiful Musée Rodin for example (and let's not forget about a few of my favourite restaurants). I love this neighbourhood because of all the gorgeous buildings (some will seriously make your jaw drop), the small Parisian streets and the cosy feeling I get from strolling around here. A big part of this arrondissement can feel very residential but if you end up on streets like Rue Saint Dominique, Rue Grenelle or Rue Cler it's just perfect. I love walking from Champ de Mars all the way to Le Bon Marché and continue into the 6th arrondissement. It's a lovely walk and I can never put down my camera for more than three seconds because of all the lovely things I pass along the way!