Paris, the national capital, is roughly 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the north of Longjumeau.
Try not to limit yourself to Longjumeau, because this region has a wealth of man-made and natural attractions which await the savvy traveler. National Museum of Ceramics and Parc de St-Cloud in and around Sevres, are good spots to visit. Sevres, is roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) away from Longjumeau. If you have the time to spend longer in Ile-de-France, travel to Puteaux to visit the CNIT Convention Center and Les Quatre Temps Shopping Center. Puteaux is 14 miles (23 kilometers) away.
Approximately 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the north of Longjumeau is Paris, an important regional center which is home to Musee Nissim de Camondo, Ecole polytechnique and Pont Notre-Dame. If you're still looking for things to do in the city centre, check out Orangerie Museum, Bercy Palais Omnisports and Jardin du Ranelagh before returning to Longjumeau.
Delve into Longjumeau's heavenly side at the region's churches and other sites of spiritual significance. The most rewarding places for travelers to visit when they arrive in a place they have never been are the ones that offer a window into the culture. Don't skip Ile-de-France's art museums, history museums and art galleries.
There are times when one of the better ways to get to know a place is by tapping into local knowledge. The region offers some interesting city walking tours and culinary tours.
At the end of your holiday in Longjumeau, spend the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes and say Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell).