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Finding the Best Bussy-Saint-Georges Hotels With Venere

The Parisian suburb of Bussy-Saint-Georges is the ideal place to base yourself when seeing the sights in the French capital. With enough to see in its own right, Bussy is also close to modern attractions like Disneyland Paris, so families will find it to be ideal. Venere has partnered with all of the best hotels in town, finding options that will suit all budgets and travel groups. On Venere you will find information about every single hotel - from photographs of sample rooms to location maps showing exactly where they are. We will tell you whether wifi is included, and whether pets are allowed, and you can also read reviews by real hotel guests, allowing you to pick the perfect place to sleep in Bussy-Saint-Georges. When you've found your perfect hotel, book with Venere and you can secure great discounts with our partners.

What's Bussy-Saint-Georges Like?

Although it is one of Paris' eastern suburbs, Bussy-Saint-Georges has its own character and a long history which stretches all the way back to Roman times. This means that there are many historical attractions in the town for visitors to explore. See the medieval tower which used to form part of an important castle, the wonderfully restored Russon mill, the striking modern church of Notre-Dame du Val and the charming parish church as well as the Rêve de la Mère, a monument to Vietnamese refugees. Bussy is also a cultural center, with its own conservatory and regular concerts. Visitors staying at Bussy-Saint-Georges hotels can easily reach the Disneyland Paris complex which is located just to the north-east, and it's also easy to reach central Paris by train.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bussy-Saint-Georges

Paris is a cosmopolitan destination, so everyone should feel welcomed by the locals when they stay at Bussy-Saint-Georges hotels. We recommend learning a little French on the way over if you can, as it will surely help to break the ice. Get to know the locals at Bussy's bustling Sunday morning market, or head to one of the bistros in the town center. If you feel like getting out into nature, Bussy-Saint-Georges is very close to the enormous D'Armainvilliers Forest, with its dense thickets and huge network of paths. If you do head into town, be sure to check out discount travel deals. Weekly tickets on the Metro can save plenty of money, and can also be attached to free entry to museums at some times of year. So see the sights and relax when you visit Bussy-Saint-Georges by booking with Venere.