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Just to the south of Paris is the town of Arcueil. With its proximity to the capital, the wealth of attractions and exhibits in Paris are close at hand. The iconic Eiffel Tower within the stunning Les Invalides district is not far from Arcueil, making it the perfect jumping-off point. Meanwhile, the Montparnasse and Saint Germain districts offer a wealth of art studios and picturesque French cafes. As long as you explore the countless attractions of the area, return to the comfort of one of Hotels.com's marvelous Arcueil hotels. Regardless of your budget or lifestyle, you'll find the the right accommodations for you with Hotels.com with hotels ranging from simple one-star hotels all the way up to luxurious five-star resorts.
What's Arcueil Like?
For most, the first image to come to mind when you think of France is the Eiffel Tower. The tower is located in the Les Invalides district surrounded by old grand mansions featuring a pair of museums. 10,000 people visit the tower daily so be prepared for some crowds as you explore the first three floors and sample the food from two restaurants. Montparnasse and Saint Germain are two districts in southern Paris known for their art and cafes. For those looking for a place to visit after dark, the nightlife in both areas is lively. The monument Tour Montparnasse is a marvelous glass and steel building and features a view from the top which offers beautiful vistas of the city. For those looking to spend some time outside, the districts are covered with 65 acres of French style gardens.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Arcueil
With trains running to every corner of the country, the cuisine of every region in France is available in Paris and its suburbs such as Arcueil. Millions of restaurants dot the city offering French dishes as well as cuisine from around the world. As you would guess, French is the primary language spoken throughout the area. Unless you are already fluent in French, learning a few simple phrases to use when conversing with locals is very useful. Most residents are more helpful and friendly when approached in French, even if you can only ask basic questions. Hotels.com offers photos of every available accommodation and posts independent reviews left by previous visitors so that you can make well-informed decisions. You can book online or with their free smartphone app, meaning that it won't be very difficult at all to find the perfect Arcueil hotel for you, whether you are traveling for business or pleasure.