As a pioneer and host of five World Expos between 1855 and 1900, as well as the Expo of 1937, Paris has a rich experience of organising Expos that have forged the spirit of this event, generated striking innovations and left behind an exceptional architectural, urban and industrial heritage.
The Greater Paris region is one of the most attractive hubs in the world. It is the world’s leading international tourist destination and its second business travel destination. It combines a thriving economy, cultural creativity and potential for higher education and research.
Today, Greater Paris boasts leading-edge infrastructures with a dense and efficient public transport network, enabling it to be confident in considering hosting an international event on the scale of a World Expo.
Greater Paris is also a place of entrepreneurial and artistic initiatives. Nine clusters, multiple creative areas and daily international events are a clear sign of this exceptional world position.