Roissy-en-France is best known for hosting Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, the largest airport in Europe. However, the historic city just outside the airport's gates retains its small-town charm, and has several points of interest if you're staying near the airport overnight, or just have a long layover.
Roissy is part of the Île-de-France region. This article also covers the nearby cities of Ecouen and Luzarches, which have a common tourism office.
- Parc de la Mairie. A small park between the city center and the hotels.
Ruins of the Château des CaramansA château that was destroyed during the French Revolution. Today, only a single wall and a detached doorway remain.
Roissy Town HallOriginally a private house built in the 1930s.
Roissy CemeteryIncludes a World War I monument.
St. Eloi ChurchSmall 16th century Renaissance church.
ArchéaA museum of the archaeology of the Pays de France region.
National Museum of the RenaissanceContains the Renaissance objects of the collections of the Musée de Cluny, in the historic 16th-century Château d'Écouen.
Orangary Cultural CenterIncludes a media center and holds shows about once a week during September–May.
AérovilleThe third largest shopping mall in France
Avenue Charles de GaulleMost of the restaurants in Roissy are along this street or Rue Dorval, which intersects it.
- Most hotels are on the Allée du Verger.