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I walked along the Rue de l’Universite today on my way from the Eiffel Tower to the Musee de l’Armee and found the Rue to be unassuming, with nothing to really see.
I wouldn’t count it as a tourist attraction or anything to go and...More
A long street designed parallel to the River Seine it joins the crossroad Rue Jacob- Rue des Saints Peres. From the route Eiffel it traversed the Esplanade des Invalides. It is known to have many Universities along this street and the different Embassies As far...More
This was a most unsatisfactory experience. My advice is for prospective renters to use caution here.
We contracted to Rent 211 rue Universite for 6 days at $300 per day paid up front. We found the rental through Air BNB which we have successfully used...More
A road trough a residential area in Paris. Nice place to walk around and explore Parsian Buidings. From the 4 way intersection you can have a nice view of Pont Alexandre III, Grand Palais and Petit Palais.
For people who like the parisian architecture, it's a nice walk. But nothing really surprising. Maybe if you've already walked around the city a little bit, you can give the preference for some other place. The channel of Saint-Martan is a good one, with a...More
You can walk from Rue du Bac to the Eiffel Tower via this residential street, and pass through some nice building. The street is rather quiet. There are a few restaurants between avenue de Latour-Maubourg and rue Jean Nicot.
However, if you can a more...More
The Rue de l'Universite is a nice residential street in the 7th arrondissement. There is not too much on the street that could be considered a major tourtist attraction, but it is a nice street to walk on.
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.