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Port de Versailles or Paris Expo

Porte de Versailles is the fourth largest Exhibition Centre in Europe with its 220,000 sq. m. of space. Built in 1923 for the Foire de Paris the Porte de Versailles covers 35 hectares on the edges of Paris, Issy-les-Moulineaux and Vanves.

Facing up to the increasing competition between large-scale exhibition halls, the Paris Expo corporation launched a 10-year plan to modernise and refurbish its facilities, due to be completed in 2006.

In the venue are 8 Exhibition Halls with different areas (5,000 sq. m. to 72,000 sq. m.) and 20 adjustable Conference Rooms seating 20 to 600 persons, including 3 auditoriums seating 95, 471 and 253 persons.


More Info: The Port de Versailles convention center and exhibit space is on the south side of Paris, and is on Metro line 12, reached by buslines 39, 49 and 80.

Private helicopter? Well, you are in luck as the Port de Versailles offers a helipad with services to the nearby international airports for VIP access.

Address: 1, place Porte de Versailles
City: Paris
Postcode: 75015
Phone: 33 (0) 1 43 95 37 00
Fax: 33 (0)1 53 68 71 71
Added: October 19th 2002
Reviewer: Martin Trip

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