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If you want to book an affordable hotel in the Ile-de-France area, the B&B hotel in Aulnay-sous-Bois is perfectly located. The hotel is close to the Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle and Bourget airports and the Stade de France: It’s only 5 kilometres away from Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle, and just 10 minutes from the Bourget airport and the Stade de France on the A1 motorway. You can reach the Paris Nord train station in only 20 minutes on the RER B line.
Inhabited since 6000 B.C., this territory experienced significant growth in the Middle Ages thanks to the lords of Aulnay. The Canal de l’Ourcq, which facilitated trade with the capital, was dug in the Napoleonic period. The city opened up even more when the train station, on the Paris-Soissons line, was built. The demographic development of Aulnay-sous-Bois dates back to the very end of the 19th century. Over the course of the 20th century, numerous industries established presences in the city (Citroën built its largest factory in the Parisian region here in 1971) and the first multi-unit housing complexes were built in the 1960s. In terms of town planning, the city is divided into the northern part, marked by large complexes and industrial zones, the older city centre, and the residential southern part of the city.
The third largest city in Seine-Saint-Denis has many green spaces: the Parc Robert Ballanger, the Parc Départemental du Sausset with its 200 hectares of forests, prairies, marshes and wooded countryside, the Parc Gainville with its medieval garden, the Parc Emile Zola and more. You will have plenty of options when it comes to planning a nice walk with your family.
During your stay, you can discover the Eglise Saint-Sulpice, built between the 12th and the 13th centuries. And don’t miss the Ferme Du Vieux-Pays and its stables, or the Gainville estate, a beautiful example of classical architecture.
Each year, the Foire de Printemps fills the city streets, between the Vieux-Pays and the Place du Général Leclerc, on Easter Monday. In May, Aulnay-sous-Bois echoes with the sounds of the Festival Les Panoramiques, a gathering of amateur theatre companies. In early June you can attend the Fête des Villes Fleuries and the Fête du Vélo. The second Saturday in June, the city organises a Festival de Musique Militaire Other high points include the Fête du Canal de l’Ourcq in mid-June, the Fête de l’Arbre in early November and the Festival du Hip-Hop which takes place every December.