Levallois-Perret is a commune, located 6 km (4 miles) northwest of Paris city centre. The area includes the northern part of the Ile de la Jatte in the River Seine, which inspired the masterpieces of several French impressionist painters. This district is the most densely populated in France and Europe.
Historically Levallois-Perret has developed as a centre for the early French automotive and cosmetic industries. The district is the headquarters for Fortune 500 company Carrefour. Over four-thousand companies have office space or other facilities in the area making it one of Paris’s main commercial hubs. Businesses operating from Levallois-Perret include the large commercial estate company Atisreal, Alstom power generation and transportation, EVA Airline, Micropole driving construction, and Epson.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Levallois-Perret includes several monuments, which are part of the cultural heritage of France. Among them are the Temple of the Little Star, the Institut Hospitalier Franco-Britannique and La Villa Mauresque de la Villa Chaptal. The commune offers visitors a diverse dining experience. Choices include the modern French cuisine created at L’Audacieux, La Trattoria’s Italian menu and Quand L’appétit Va Tout Va which serves traditional Parisian cuisine.
The nearest major airport to Levallois-Perret is Paris-Orly Airport. This airport has international and domestic flights and is 26 km (16 miles) from the centre of Levallois-Perret, France. A second airport serving the area is Charles De Gaulle International Airport. Getting to the commune is quite easy as it is served by three metro stations on Line 3 (Louise Michel, Anatole France, and Pont de Levallois – Bécon), one station of the Transilien Paris – Saint-Lazare suburban rail line (Clichy – Levallois) and two bus routes.