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What's Rueil-Malmaison Like?

Rueil-Malmaison is a wonderful French city, filled with historical sights, beautiful scenery and some of the most friendly people you are likely to meet. When selecting your Rueil-Malmaison hotels, you may want to find those which are in the vicinity of some of the main attractions. One top attraction is the Chateau de Malmaison, a superb history museum that takes you through the ages of French history, this is recommended as a prime attraction. Another highly regarded museum of interest in the area is the Bois Preau, you will find wonderful architecture, historical artefacts and statues to view. For another slice of history, the Saint-Pierre Saint-Paul tombs are another key attraction in the area. You may also find the Museum of Local History a great way to find out more about this amazing country.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rueil-Malmaison

France is one of the most popular European holiday destinations, in 2012 there were over 80 million visitors from countries all over the world. As such a popular destination, you may want to consider the timing of your trip. For example, it is advised to avoid any other the school holiday periods in France as the availability of hotels will be limited and you will find the traffic becomes difficult to navigate. The climate in France is varied, if you were to travel to the mountaneous regions, you will find snow, cold weather and windy conditions. Some of the more southern regions have warmer summers but with colder spells, as does many of the main land cities. For these reasons it is advisable to take clothing to suit a variety of temperatures as one climate cannot be guaranteed at all.