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How to Find the Best Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Hotels with Venere

Paris is the capital city of France as well as its largest city, and is situated in the Île-de-France region, which is often simply referred to as the "Paris region". Few cities evoke as much from the imagination as Paris, and the city is considered to be one of the cultural capitals of the world. The city has plenty to offer everyone, and whether you have come to gaze at one of the many galleries and museums or would like to have a taste of the Parisian high life. While you are in Paris you can expect to experience sights and sounds like nowhere else. Choosing a hotel from a list of thousands can seem like an impossible task, but with the help of Venere you can find your ideal hotel in Paris with the aid of thousands of user-submitted hotel reviews, photo galleries, and our Google maps applet.

What's Paris Like?

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is just a few short miles from the Paris city center, and the immediate area around the airport has its share of restaurants, cafes, and little specialty boutiques. Just a short trip from the airport is the Centre Culturel l'Orangerie (Orangerie Cultural Center), which is brimming with art and cultural exhibits, workshops, and drama performances. The nearby Aeroville is a brand new shopping mall with a large food court as well as many big name brand stores. Head closer towards the city and you can enjoy an afternoon or evening meal on the Bustronome, an open topped canal boat that takes you on a journey around some of the city's most iconic attractions.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Paris

Paris is a city which rarely sleeps, and you can find all-night Jazz bars, theaters, and clubs to keep you entertained after you have had your fill of daytime activities. As it is such as popular tourist attraction, many of the locals will speak English. One of the most readily available ways of getting around the city is via cab, however try to agree on the price before getting in, as some of the less scrupulous drivers may try to take advantage of your unfamiliarity with the city. If you are going to carry your camera with you, be aware that by law you have to ask the permission of anyone who ends up captured, and its also polite. You can rent a bicycle from Vélib, a government controlled organization, which is the most cost effective way of getting around the city.