St. Denis was once a historic town, now it looks like a mishmash of architectural styles and has some less savory populations dwelling about. As a day trip from Paris it's a great idea, especially because the church at St Denis is quite a treat, but I'd recommend not staying here at night.
Cities near Saint-Denis
- 2France3 reviews
CLichy is in the north west part of Paris. Is more popoular, cheaper and you can find place to leave the car in the parking that you can find in the centre. It is covered by the line 13 of the Metro and there are a lot of points to pick up a Velib. Frankly is a good rapport quality/price ...
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- 10France2855 reviews
Paris, it truly is a magical city even though the amount of tourists is overwhelming. After the major sites, hit the back roads and anything without an English menu.
- 11France137 reviews
Il castello è stato uno dei grandi errori fatti nei miei mesi a Parigi. Purtroppo avevo valutato malissimo i tempi e sono arrivata a Versailles quando organizzavano per chiudere. Sono riuscita a fare un rapido giro delle stanze ma varrebbe veramente la pena tornarci e passare una giornata nei suoi giardini e nelle ale. Il mio consiglio è quindi quello ...
- 12France3 reviews
Two parks full of attractions and joy not far from paris center. It's not only for adults with children. So enjoy.
- 13France7 reviews
strange that this is also under Paris...it is a village north of Paris and has lovely hotels. and this Wonderful big Chateau, with gardens and great history. it was a place in many movies. great craftsmen work inside. it takes easily a whole day if you want to see it. and than look to the hotels...
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Great trip to get away from Paris. Just take the RER A straight into St Germain to see what an upscale suburb of Paris looks like. Beautiful mansions, cute cafes and, of course, the palace where Louis XIV was born! There are great gardens around here and a vineyard on the grounds of the chateau.
- 18France1 review
Linda cidade no subúrbio de Paris!
- 19France4 reviews
This is a small town in the northwestern suburbs of Paris. It's main claim to fame is that Vincent van Gogh lived and died here. There are sites here that will be familiar to you because of his paintings. One of the buildings and the church are the most prominent. He is buried along with his brother in a small ...
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