Paris, the city of light, is the capital of France and constitutes one of the most important and influential cities in the world.
With a population of more than 12 million inhabitants in its metropolitan area, Paris is the second most populated city Europe, after London.
Paris, in addition to being an outdoor museum, offers innumerable places for visiting and corners for getting lost in. Its assets are endless, starting with its elegant, careful architecture and culminating in its exquisite gastronomy and its daytime and night-time leisure offer.
Paris is always an exclusive, safe bet and a luxury city for living in.
Paris has recovered its top position as a destination of luxury. The capital of France has been the city to have concentrated the highest number of openings in the high-range segment at a worldwide level, taking the gold away from London, according to the Global Luxury Retail Report 2017 report.
Paris, the international capital of gastronomy, harbours the best chefs and several established who have been awarded with Michelin stars, all committed to preserving the city’s much-coveted culinary excellence or interested in diversifying their cuisine by means of fusion, combining the French savoir-faire with innovations from all over the world.
One should certainly not forget the Champs-Élysées, widely regarded as “the most beautiful avenue in the world,” and its neighbour, the Avenue Montaigne, which has embellished its beautiful Haussmann-style buildings with luxury boutiques, with Chanel and Dior at the forefront.
The Fashion Week, the French Roland-Garros tennis tournament, the Art Paris Art Fair, the Foire de Paris… In this city, fashion, sport and design, along with architecture, literature and haute cuisine have found their true home.