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In the southern suburbs of Paris is the town of Rungis. It is home to the largest wholesale food market in the world supplying Paris and beyond with a variety of food. Just 12 kilometers from Paris, the attractions and exhibits of the most romantic city in the world are at your fingertips. The magnificent museum of Louvre offers a host of exhibits from art to history while the spine tingling and enthralling Catacombs make for an unforgettable day underground. For those looking to escape the city for the day, the Ermenonville Forest is also nearby filled with picturesque forests and trails. Whatever brings you to the area, look to Hotels.com when it's time to start looking at Rungis hotels. With accommodations ranging from one to five stars, there's a room for everyone regardless of your budget.
What's Rungis Like?
With its origins in the 10th century, the Rungis International Market has been the chief supplier of Paris' food and has become one of the largest of its kind in the world. Within the city, the Louvre museum is both the oldest and largest museum in the world. It features more than 300,000 works of art from across the world including Egyptian, Greek, and Roman works. Beneath the city lie the catacombs, a narrow maze of hallways. As the cemeteries filled, the catacombs started to be used as burial grounds with a predicted 8 million laid to rest below the streets. A day in the catacombs is not for the faint of heart but can be an unforgettable experience. For those that need a day away from the city, the Ermenonville Forest offers a theme park and the Jean-Jacques park with a rich array of landscapes to explore.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rungis
With trains reaching every region of the country, every style of French cuisine is available in Paris and the surrounding suburbs. Millions of restaurants cover the city offering dishes from across France and the rest of the world. It goes without saying the French is the primary language in Rungis and is spoken exclusively. Even if you're not a proficient speaker, learning a few simple phrases that you can use when speaking with locals will go a long way to getting friendly and helpful responses. For as long as you reside in Rungis, Hotels.com will make sure that you have the perfect hotel for you. Visiting Hotels.com's website allows you peruse high resolution photos of every offered hotel as well as read independent reviews from previous visitors. To book accommodations, you can visit Hotels.com online or download their free smartphone app.