Ile-de-France is not a uniform market and it has very specific and highly compartmentalized hotel markets: Roissy and Orly airport areas, Paris’s peripheral area, La Défense, Marne-la-Vallée and Disneyland, etc
Île de France excluding Paris attracts visitors with its diversified tourist attractions.
Disneyland Paris welcomed between its opening in 1992 and 2017 more than 320 million of visitors. It has been ranked many times as the most visited tourist attractions in France, as in 2015 with 14,8 million of visitors.
Versailles palace is a major point of attraction for leisure tourism and welcomed in 2015 more than 7 million of visitors.
There are many exhibition centers with large superficies areas, as Paris-Nord Villepinte and Paris le Bourget which hosted in 2015 the climate change conference.
The business district La Défense is Europe's largest purpose-built business district.
The international airports Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly welcomed together more than 97 million of passengers in 2016.
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