Turismo en paris (ingles)

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Tourism in Paris.

Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world, walk its streets every year about 26 million foreign tourists. And the reasons are not few, Paris has among its attractionsinclude over 150 museums including the Louvre, one of the largest worldwide, with exception sites, such as the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower, monumental works breathtaking,including the Arc de Triomphe or that impact on avant-garde, as in the case of the Centre Pompidou. The trapping of Paris is just such a harmony between the ancient and the modern, nature displays its beauty in its exquisite parks and gardens and the apparent coldness ofthe stone, carved in myriad ways that complement does nothing so much beauty.

The city that captivated poets and artists of the past still continues to amaze. A city that has it all and no one returns disappointed,except for having to leave...

Find sites that offer are by no means an exhaustive list but those monuments, parks, neighborhoods, churches and bridges that are somehow the most interest totravelers around the world come to Paris.

Paris is the capital of France and the Ile de France region. Constituted the only municipality unidepartamental the country, is located on both banks of a meander along the river Seinein central Paris Basin, between the confluence of the Marne and the Seine river upstream, and the Oise and the Seine downstream .

The city of Paris within its administrative boundariesclose has a population of 2,193,031 inhabitants (2007). However, during the twentieth century, the Paris metropolitan area expanded beyond the city limits of Paris and is now the third largest in Europe,with a population of 11,836,970 inhabitants (2007).

The Paris region (Ile de France), along with London, the most important economic center of Europe. With 552.7 billioneuros (813.4 billion U.S. dollars), produced more than a quarter of gross domestic product (GDP) of France in 2008. La Défense is the first European business district, houses the headquarters...
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