The first day can be spent exploring the architectural heritage of Villejuif, which includes several buildings listed as historical monuments (such as the Parish Church of Saint-Cyr-Sainte-Julitte). During the second day, enjoy the park of Hautes-Bruyères and the many activities on offer, before visiting the Redoute, built in 1870.
A week’s stay in one of our Campanile hotels in Villejuif will naturally allow you to explore the local area further. In terms of culture, the MAC VAL contemporary art museum in Vitry-sur-Seine has established itself as the only museum entirely dedicated to the contemporary art scene in France since the 1950s. The Château de Vincennes or Fort de Sucy-en-Brie are among the must-see monuments of the region. Finally, the Château de Versailles and its lush gardens are an excellent example of French classical architecture, not to mention their historical interest.
Several possibilities are available to you if you come to Villejuif with your family. The department of Val-de-Marne offers an interactive scientific museum, the Exploradome in Vitry-sur-Seine, as well as the Maison de la Nature [House of Nature] in Créteil. The geographical location of the town also makes it very easy to plan a trip to Disneyland Paris and Parc Astérix.