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Considering International moving to Paris? Contact I Love Moving, the industry leader in international moving to Paris, France. We provide air freight and ocean freight for international moving to Paris. I Love Moving also has a complete range of long term and short term storage options for international moving to Paris as well.
Over 2,000 years old, Paris is one of the most beautiful and historically significant cities in the world. The capital and largest city in France, it was the world center of art and learning until the turn of the 18th century. Many great historical events took place here over time, including the French Revolution. Today we see Paris as a true global city, a world leader in business, culture, politics, education, entertainment, media, science, fashion, and the arts. Its GDP in 2011 was $845 billion, the fifth highest in the world.
As a world renowned tourist destination, Paris attracts millions of visitors per annum to its many world famous museums, monuments, and significant buildings like the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, and Musee d’Orsay. Known as the international capital of style, Paris is a global fashion hub, highlighted by the twice-annually Paris fashion week. The food is not to be missed, as French cuisine is regarded as some of the best in the world, and all great chefs must spend some time cooking in Paris.
Paris is a major transportation hub, featuring an extensive rail, highway, and airport system. The subway serves an estimated 9 million passengers daily, and is one of the busiest in the world. In 2007 the President launched the Grand Paris, a massive urban renewal project aimed at revitalizing the economy and better integrating the city. It consists of economic, cultural, housing, transportation, and environmental projects, including an estimated 26.5 billion euro construction of a new automatic metro.
Current population of the entire Paris metro area is 12 million, though 2.2 million reside in the actual city limits, this number is actually .7 million lower than its historical peak in 1921. This has been a result of a significant decline in household size and migration of residents to the suburbs in the 60s and 70s due to high rent, de-industrialization, gentrification, living spaces being converted to offices, and the rise in wages of working families. It is one of the most densely populated and expensive cities in the world.
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