Our 5 unusual addresses in the district of the hotel - Paris 7

Our 5 unusual addresses in the district of the hotel - Paris 7

Want to think outside the box? Addresses in Paris that you've seen and seen again? The hotel EIFFEL TURENNE offers you 5 original places to visit in its neighborhood.


Place de la Fontaine de Mars

At only 700 meters from the Eiffel Turenne hotel, is the pretty square with quiet arcades and paved with the Fountain of Mars (or Fontaine du Gros Cailloux). This construction was built between 1806 and 1809 and represents Hygie the goddess of health giving to Mars the god of War.

Place de la Fontaine de Mars, 75007 Paris

Basilique Sainte Clotilde

Basilica of the Roman Catholic Church, this splendid Basilica which is one of the five minor basilicas of Paris is located on the parvis Maurice-Druon in the 7th district. It was built in 1846 in a dominant neo-gothic style.

23B Rue las Cases, 75007 Paris

Passerelle Debilly

Take this pretty pedestrian footbridge that joins the left bank of Paris to the right bank. Just like the Eiffel Tower, this footbridge was only provisionally built as a base to allow the circulation of visitors during the Universal Exhibition of 1900.

Passerelle Debilly, 75007 Paris

Tombeau de Napoléon

Under the dome of the Invalides, in a huge crypt dug 6 meters deep, is the tomb of Emperor Napoleon I, who died in 1821 on the island of St. Helena where he was in exile. Only 400 meters from the Hotel Eiffel Turenne, you can go to the Hotel des Invalides whose construction was ordered by Louis XIV in 1670 to accommodate the invalids of his armies.

129 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris

La Maison de Gainsbourg 

Place of pilgrimage for many, the house of the illustrious Serge Gainsbourg covered with graffiti is located in the 6th district of Paris. It will be transformed into a museum by the end of 2021 to the delight of his fans.

5 bis rue de Verneuil, 75007 Paris