A trip to France would not be complete without at least a visit to the famous Attractions in Rueil-Malmaison. The town is located on the River Seine in northern France. The name Ruel-Malmaison means “The Town of Flowers”. This is because this beautiful town is home to a collection of over five hundred and fifty beautiful flower species.
There are many attractions in Rueil-Malmaison, but perhaps the most famous attraction in town is the “Cathedral of Junk” or as it is known the “catacombs”. Built in 1931, the catacombs were meant to be a place where Parisians would go to say their final goodbyes to their dead. Unfortunately, World War II ended that dream. Today, the “catacombs” are still open to the public to see. In order to see the catacombs, you must enter through the “ardoium”. This entrance is now available free of charge by the “attractions in Rueil-Malmaison” tour operators.
The “catacombs” are also home to many underground tunnels that lead to the underground burial sites of French soldiers during the World War II. On one level are the grave sites, and on another level are the war loot. If you are interested in getting a closer look at the treasures of the German soldiers left behind, the free guided tours of the site are available. In addition to the free guided tours, there are many pet-friendly hotels in Rueil-Malmaison that offer “muse au courant” (visit to the master) services that include pet sightseeing.
For a more educational visit, the “Museum des Beaux-Arts” is an ideal stop for a short break from the free guided tours. Here, you will find works by some of Paris’s most famous painters. The Museum des Beaux-Arts was originally built in 1830, and serves as a repository for Parisian Art.
For an afternoon of fun, the “Catacombs de Madagascar” is the perfect attractions in Urueil-Malmaisons. Here, tourists get to wander among the many burial sites of ancient Madagascar. Along with the catacombs are the remains of over one thousand bodies, which are kept in wooden boxes or displayed on nearby racks. Many visitors are surprised to see that some of these old coffins contain actual articles of clothing belonging to their owners! Some of the buried clothes have been dated back to the 19th century. The “Catacombs” is the largest attraction in Madagascar and serve as a central point of tourist travel to the island.
Finally, the best way to see all that Paris has to offer is to take a guided tour of the city. There are many options for visiting the city, but the most popular tours typically leave from the Threave Gardens and Champs Elysees. These guided tours are often free, but reservations are required. The Paris Tour operator provides information about where and when the tour leaves from and when it will return. Tourists can also check online for the times and days of many other popular tours.