PARIS is the political,
social, and scholarly capital of France and the “City of Lights” is the single
most visited city on the planet. It has drawn floods of foreigners, exile
craftsmen and learned people, and worldwide dealers for quite a long time, rich
political and aesthetic history, attracting by virtue of its vibrant economy,
abnormal number of noteworthy tourist destinations, remarkable cultural
architectural life and high standard of living. Located at the cross roads of
Europe and in short proximity of the English Channel and other key spots for
military and exchange, Paris is a genuine powerhouse in continental Europe.
Paris has dependably been known to have the aura of romance and mystery and has been the setting for some books and motion pictures. One of the most well-known land marks in the world called Eiffel tower is located in Paris which is reaching a height of 324 meters, built of iron and more than 7,000 tonnes in weight.
Paris is a noteworthy rail, highway, and air transport centre. The syndicate organizes open transport and contracts it out to the RATP (working 347 transport lines, the Métro, eight tramway lines, and areas of the RER), the SNCF (operating rural rails, one tramway line and alternate segments of the RER) and the Optile consortium of private administrators overseeing 1,176 transport lines.
Paris has a run of the Western European oceanic climate which is influenced by the North Atlantic Current. The general atmosphere during the time is mild and tolerably wet. Summer days are typically warm and wonderful with normal temperatures and a considerable amount of sunshine. Spring and Autumn have shockingly warm or cool climate happens frequently in the two seasons. In winter, daylight is rare; days are cool, nights cold yet for the most part above freezing with low temperatures. Light night ices are very normal, yet the temperature will dip beneath ?5 °C (23 °F) for only few days a year. Snow falls each year, yet rarely remains on the ground.
Paris is the department with the most noteworthy extent of exceedingly educated people. There are a numerous number of schools for engineering, drove by the Paris Institute of Technology which contains few universities, for example, École Polytechnique, École des Mines, AgroParisTech, Télécom Paris, Arts et Métiers, and École des Ponts et Chaussées.
The Paris Region economy has step by step moved from industry to high-esteem including administration enterprises (finance, IT administrations) and high-tech manufacturing (optics, electronics, aviation). While the Paris economy is ruled by administrations, and work in assembling division has declined, the locale remains a vital manufacturing centre, especially automobiles, aeronautics and Eco industries.