Les Invalides

Paris, France
4.6 / 5
An architectural complex near the Eiffel Tower. The house was built under Louis XIV and was used as a shelter for veterans who were injured and injured during the wars. There were no similar establishments in Europe, so the monarch showed himself from the very best side, showing concern for his subjects. The Handicapped House welcomed the first guests in 1674. The ensemble consists of the church of St. Louis, the slender ranks of the barracks, the park and the hospital.
Les Invalides
Les Invalides
Address:Rond point du Bleuet de France, Paris
Phone:+33 1 44 42 38 77
Hours:monday: 10:00–17:00 tuesday: 10:00–17:00 wednesday: 10:00–17:00 thursday: 10:00–17:00 friday: 10:00–17:00 saturday: 10:00–17:00 sunday: 10:00–17:00


If you live for History this place is for you! I didn’t know much about French armies and the different roles they played throughout history. Napoleon was very fascinating and seeing the French timeline go all the way to world war 2 was culturally en.. Read more »


Great place to visit which isn't as busy as all the other tourist sites. It houses the tomb of Napoleon and you can easily spend a good few hours here and is close to the eiffel tower. If the weather is good they have some amazing gardens to visit .. Read more »


Beautiful complex that houses the Military Museum, a cathedral, and the Tomb of Napoleon which itself houses other important historical military figures. The massive plaza in the middle makes for stunning pictures and is surrounded by tall columns on.. Read more »


We are not big fans of the military and had a couple of hours to spare before our Eiffel Tower reservation, so we just dropped in to see Napoleon's tomb, Museum Pass in hand. It was a rainy day in early August and we didn't wait in any lines. It is a.. Read more »


This was our first stop as it was located across from our hotel. Full of rich history and beautiful artwork to go along with the stunning architecture. Home to the tomb of Napoleon as well as French military artifacts throughout history. The cafe was.. Read more »


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