Avenue de Breteuil is a large avenue within a big park just in view of Les Invalides (the place where Napoleon is buried). People sit on benches, lounging and having picnics, go roller-blading, running, or cycling. The place is safe, calm, and very classy in its Haussmann building style.
Located between Avenue de Breteuil and Avenue de Saxe in the chic 7th district, the Marché Saxe-Breteuil is a must for every person who visits Paris. Saxe-Breteuil has an unrivalled setting facing the Eiffel Tower, as well as the city's most chic produce. Look for farmer's goat's cheese, rare apple varieties, Armenian specialities, abundant oysters and a handful of dedicated small producers.