Palais des congrès de Paris
2 Place de la Porte Maillot
GETTING TO PARIS AND TO THE PALAIS DES CONGRES DE PARIS
Paris has an excellent public transport system (Metro, buses, trams and taxis). The fastest way to travel in Paris is by Metro, but buses are better for sightseeing.
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Acces by Métro
You can reach the congress center by:
- Metro line 1 stop at "Porte Maillot" station
- Line RER C stop at "Neully-Porte Maillot" station
Plan your journey
Access by train/TGV
The Congress Center is situated at 15 minutes by car from Gare de Lyon, Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord and at 20 minutes from Gare Montparnasse.
You can also reach the Congress Center by public transport from these stations.
Access by bus
Bus station “Porte Maillot”
- Line 43 from Gare Saint-Lazare to Gare du Nord
- Line 73 from Place de la Concorde to the Champs Elysées,
- Or line 82, line 244, line PC1, line PC3
Access by plane
Paris has 2 main airports: Roissy Charles De Gaulle 1 and 2, 30 minutes by car from the Congress Center.
Roissy CDG is served by RER B, and by Air France coaches.
Paris-Orly, also 30 minutes by car from the Congress Center. Orly is accessible by Orlybus (which leads to « Pont de Rungis » stop on RER C line) and by Air France coaches, from place Charles De Gaulle Etoile.
A secondary airport, Paris-Beauvais, is also accessible by shuttle.
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PARIS WOULD NOT BE PARIS WITHOUT ...
The Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysées, the Louvre Museum, or its Gothic cathedral Notre-Dame, immortalized by Victor Hugo. In our overview of tourism in the capital, we cannot ignore the Opera Garnier , the golden dome of Les Invalides , the Latin Quarter and the Pantheon, Place de la Bastille and Place de la Concorde, Madeleine, the Marais and the Place des Vosges or the Pere Lachaise Cemetery. Outside the walls include the Palace of Versailles and the district of La Defense and his ark , two sites that measure the extent of the Parisian from the King of Sun and the XXI century.
We never know Paris completely as the capital of France is rich in monuments , museums and discovery. Nestled in a bend of the Seine in central Paris Basin , the City of Light has an artistic and cultural influence unmatched worldwide . It is also the world capital of fashion and luxury,and the place of major meetings of industrialists and scientists.
Paris, Capital of the Arts
Paris is at the crossroads of Art and History, with monuments of various ages, religious buildings (Notre-Dame de Paris, Sainte-Chapelle, Sacré-Coeur, etc), Arc de Triomphe, and the famous and impressive Eiffel Tower, as well as a wealth of museums, the best known of which is the Louvre, one of the largest and richest museums in the world. Art galleries abound in the heart of Paris. The Seine flows through the historical centre and a trip on a Bateau Mouche is a very romantic way of discovering Paris.
Paris, Capital of the Senses
Paris is a feast for the senses. Hearing is the guest of honour in concert halls, along with the voice at the Paris Opera, while dance and ballet represent the ultimate expression of balance. French gastronomy is a delight for the senses of taste and smell, with a multitude of restaurants proposing typical, regional or international cuisine. The subtle aromas of famous French wines will thrill the taste buds and nostrils of wine lovers.
Paris, Capital of Luxury
Paris is a showcase for perfumes, and is home to the most famous fashion houses, Haute Couture and luxury brands. A visit to the Champs Elysées and department stores, just a stone’s throw from the Palais des Congrès, is a must.
Paris, Capital of Ile de France
The region has a wealth of historical sites, the most famous of them is Versailles. In a very different register, the Disneyland amusement park is also easily accessible by train.
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VISITS IN PARIS
The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau is glad to present its selection of museums and monuments, restaurants and boutiques: Parisinfo.com
VISITS IN FRANCE
Discover the Loire Valley and its beautiful historical castles, Bordeaux and its countless varieties of wines, the beautiful French Riviera, the refreshing Alps Mountains and so many other places: Web site