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Montevrain Hotels

Located in Saint et Marne in France, the quaint town of Montevrain offers attractions which are romantic, historic, cultural and adventure oriented. This small town has an air of being caught in time but for all that it offers a location close to Paris and Montevrain hotels are well appointed with comfortable areas for relaxation and sleeping. Venere offers hotels in the heart of the town which are close to restaurants, bars, attractions and activities making it easy and safe to get around while you are there. To choose your favourite Venere hotel room you can visit the website and view guest comments and reviews, sample room photos and book safely online. Choosing a hotel room from Venere means you are guaranteed satisfaction and no unpleasant surprises when you arrive.

What's Montevrain Like?

Unlike Paris and its impressive, attractions like Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe; Montevrain is a city which lends itself to going off the beaten path. While it is certainly recommended to take a day trip to Paris you can also spend the day visiting the quaint buildings, shops, markets, eateries and bakeries in the city. If the kids are bored, you can dirve the 5km to Disneyland Paris but while in Montevrain soak up the local charm and authentic French culture which is still so much a part of this unique town. Visit the Recreapark which offers plenty for the little ones to enjoy. Recreapark is located close to Montevrain hotels, inexpensive and serves wonderful French pancakes. Walk through Montevrain's narrow streets and enjoy the gardens and window boxes that are lovingly maintained by the shop owners and residents of the town. For a holiday spent being pampered you can visit the Aquatonic spa where you can enjoy wellness treatments for a variety of different ailments.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Montevrain

Life in France is centred around food, wine and the family. Family and friendships are important and the smaller the town the more likely it will be that family is the hub around which all social activities are planned and enjoyed. But family to the French would be nothing without the food and wine that is shared in these important circles. When enjoying a meal always observe proper table manners and never bring wine to a meal. When entering or leaving a shop, bar, restaurant or Montevrain hotel always say "Bonjour" or "Bonsoir"; and "Au Revoir" when leaving. This is considered polite. Be formal and reserved when meeting strangers and always introduce everybody at a social gathering. Friends in France kiss each other twice on each cheek when greeting each other.