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Hotels within 5 miles of Massy
Just nine miles south of Paris is the town of Massy. With the many attractions and exhibits of Paris just a short drive away, staying in Massy serves as a good alternative for those that wish to be close to the metropolis but don't want to stay directly in the city. The iconic museum, the Louvre is a must visit location, as is the mysterious, eerie, and unforgettable catacombs. If you'd rather stay outside the city, the beautiful Ermenonville forest beckons for those that would rather stroll through the woods. Whatever draws you to the region, look to Venere to find the best Massy hotels. Offering accommodations from one to five stars, you can find hotels fitting any budget all in one place. So book with Venere and enjoy all that Massy, Paris, and the rest of France has to offer.
What's Massy Like?
One of the oldest and biggest museums on the planet, the Louvre is an unforgettable attraction. Within its walls are more than 300,000 works of art from across the world including Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Eastern displays. The museum also features plenty of modern pieces of art as well. With more than 8 million visitors per year, be prepared for the crowds, though they will hardly detract from this fantastic museum. As the Paris cemeteries filled, the extensive tunnels known as the catacombs became a holding place for the skeletons of deceased citizens. Certainly not for the faint of heart, the catacombs nevertheless are an incredible array of tunnels and an alternative to the other big tourist attractions of the city. The nearby forest of Ermenonville is a beautiful forest with a series of trails that take you on winding paths through the greenery.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Massy
Food from every region in France is available in Paris and its surrounding suburbs, so whatever French cuisine you're dying to try, you'll be able to find it in one of the many restaurants that dot the area. It should come as no surprise that French is the native tongue. Locals always appreciate it when visitors take the time to learn at least a few key phrases and speaking French to residents is a great way to break the ice. For as long as you stay in Massy, Venere will be sure that you are comfortable in the right hotel for you. Visitng Venere's website gives you a variety of features including high resolution photos of of the interior, exterior, and guest rooms of every hotel they offer.