Neuilly sur Seine is a commune in the department of Hauts-de-Seine, in the region Ile-de-France. It is located 7 km (4 miles) west of the centre of Paris, on the right bank of the River Seine. The commune has more than sixty thousand inhabitants, living in primarily wealthy neighbourhoods.
Several major companies, such as JCDecaux, Thales Group, the global edition of the New York Times, as well as the International Herald Tribune have office space in Neuilly sur Seine and some have headquarters in the neighbourhood.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Neuilly sur Seine offers a lot in terms of sights and cultural activities, including options such as the Theatre of Neuilly, Theatre Saint-Pierre, Theatre Sablons, and the small Parmentier Theatre. There is also Saint James Mansion, the Synagogue, Temple Garden, and the Château de Neuilly. Major parks in the area include Parc de la Folie Saint-James and Park Convent of St. Thomas of Villanova. The commune has a variety of restaurants offering different choices and prices. Examples include: Le P’tit, Bel Canto, Piccolo Mondo, Le Petit Rouge and La Truffe Noire.
The nearest major airport to Neuilly sur Seine is Paris-Orly Airport. This airport operates flights to numerous worldwide destinations as well as some native routes. Another major airport in the area is Charles De Gaulle International Airport, offering international and domestic flights situated 29 km (18 miles) from Neuilly sur Seine. Beauvais-Tillé Airport is another option for air travel meaning there are abundant flight schedules available from Neuilly-sur-Seine. There are several options to reach the city by public transport, including the Paris Metro Line 1 (stations Porte Maillot, Les Sablons and Pont de Neuilly), RART buses and night bus lines.