Rueil-Malmaison, Paris Region
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Rueil Malmaison is a commune of Paris. It is located 13 km (8 miles) west of the city centre in the Hauts-de-Seine department. The village is a mixture of modern offices and a historical centre, where the church Saint-Pierre Saint-Paul stands. Lying north of the Seine, Rueil Malmaison benefits from beautiful landscapes, captured in the work of famous impressionists such as Renoir, Monet and Manet.
Rueil Malmaison has become a home for many businesses and companies. The campus of the French Institute of Petroleum Research is located here, as is the headquarters of Esso. Many companies in the area work in the service sector. Close to the metro station, there is the Rueil-Sur-Seine business district. Several noteworthy French companies have their headquarters in the commune including Schneider Electric and VINCI. Rueil Malmaison is also a home many international corporations that occupy office space in the business district, including American Express and Unilever.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The commune has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and green spaces. Here you will find the Château de Malmaison, the castle of La Petite Malmaison, the castle of Bois-Préau, the Museum of Local History and the Franco-Swiss Museum. Rueil Malmaison has a considerable amount of parkland and places for family activities, relaxation and sports. Some examples include Park of Friendship, Park of the Impressionists, The Tropical Greenhouse and The Natural Park Gallicourts. Rueil Malmaison offers many possibilities for experiencing French cuisine. Try Le Relais De La Malmaison, Le Pré Catelan, and Pavillon des Ibis.
Getting to Rueil Malmaison by plane is easy, as two airports, both providing domestic and international flights, are located within 40 km (25 miles) of the village. Paris-Orly Airport is within 26 km (16 miles) and Charles De Gaulle International Airport is within 35 km (22 miles). The village is accessible from Paris through public transport, as it has its own station of the RER metro line A.