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Located in the north of France, the town of Tremblay-en-France offers visitors a unique town, sumptuous cuisine, pretty natural areas and is a stone's throw from Paris. It is the largest of Paris' inner ring suburbs. It can be found in Seine-Saint-Denis in Le Raincy district. Quaint and very near to the bustle of Paris, this town is also an ideal location from which to explore the City of Light. Tremblay-en-France hotels are comfortable, well appointed and located in the heart of its tourism, entertainment and nightlife district, making it enjoyable to walk, ride or cycle to locations you want to visit. Hotels.com's website makes it easy to choose your hotel room using guest reviews, sample room photos and an online reservation service that is easy to access and use.
What's Tremblay-en-France Like?
Located in the north east area of Paris, the town is central to Paris and the Eiffel Tower and Disneyland. However, Tremblay-en-France does have its own attractions to enjoy, such as retail therapy at the contemporary Aeroville mall. At the Europacorp cinema you can enjoy films and French sweets and then lunch at one of the many restaurants. Choose from a number of gastronomic tours in the nearby area including wine, chocolate and cheese tours. Learn to cook at one of the local cookery schools or simply enjoy a wellness weekend at one of the spas in the region. A wide choice of Tremblay-en-France hotels will ensure you are located in the heart of the tourism district, so simply walk, cycle or take a rental car to see the sights of the Parc Floral and the historic Tremblay-en-France architecture. Simply enjoying this important Parisian city is worth its wait in gold.
Getting Along with Locals in Tremblay-en-France
In France first names are reserved for family and close friends so always wait to be invited to use these. Mealtime etiquette is very important in France, so always familiarise yourself with the appropriate cutlery, manners and customs before attending a dinner or social event. Dress in France is smart and cosmopolitan so make an effort to look nice for social affairs. Dress smartly for dinner and smart/casual for breakfast and lunch gatherings. Say "bonjour" or "bonsoir" and to add Monseur or Madame when entering a shop, restaurant, or Tremblay-en-France hotels; and "au revoir" when leaving. Always remember that the French are reserved and mannerly with strangers but this does not mean that they are not friendly. As they get to know you, they will become far less reserved. Tipping is optional at bars and restaurant but a service charge is often included.