Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center is a large scale exhibition and conference center managed by Viparis in the heart of the city. Paris Expo Porte de Versailles boasts 228,211m2 of exhibition floor, 8 pavilions, 2 auditoriums, 32 meeting rooms. The world famous Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center hosts over 120 trade-shows every year plus events, many product launches and conventions. Paris Expo Porte de Versailles is undergoing a massive renovation including a 180m high skyscraper. Tour Triangle will be the tallest skyscraper in the city since Tour Montparnasse in 1971. Paris Business.
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles Convention and Exhibition Center, called Porte de Versailles by Parisians, is managed by Viparis and is the venue of many major exhibitions and conventions. The two most famous shows are Le Mondial de l'Automobile (Paris Motor Show) and Le Salon de l'Agriculture. Porte de Versailles Expo is close to many places to visit. While in Porte de Versailles Paris Expo, take advantage of one of the world greatest cities.
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Part of Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and complementary to the Palais des Congrès, the Paris Convention Center is the largest congress center in Europe, Strengthening the position of the city as the world's second destination for international congresses, the Paris Convention Center offers all possible configurations thanks to its complete offer grouping exhibition halls, meeting rooms, conference rooms, fixed and mobile catering units, event room, green terrace and ample parking. With its unobstructed view of the city, Paris Convention Center is bright and airy. The plenary room, the largest in Europe, has a perforated roof, allowing to attend conferences with natural daylight.
The Paris International Agricultural Show, Salon International de l'Agriculture in French, is an annual agricultural show and trade fair, that takes place at the end of February or beginning of March at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.
The Salon International de l'Agriculture is one of the world’s largest and most important agricultural shows, drawing larger crowds than any other in Paris except the Foire de Paris, also taking place at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic and all of the restrictions, obligations and constraints that it has meant for staging events and shows, the Paris International Agricultural Show – initially scheduled to run from 27 February until 7 March 2021 – is postponed until 2022.
The Créations & Savoir-faire exhibition took place in Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center from 15th to 19th November 2017. The leading show for do it yourself covers sewing, fashion, home decoration, creative cooking, crafts, beauty, knitting and scrapbooking. With 350 exhibitors and many workshops, this is the greatest supply of raw materials dedicated to DIY. Créations & Savoir-faire is the exhibition of craft where to come to discover new trends, new ideas and to buy all the new material. For five days, the exhibition area welcomes the creative and make it yourself community, focusing on five themes: trends, sewing and customising, paper, scrapbooking and colours, creative home and DIY ideas, needles and tradition, tasty and festive ideas.
The next exhibitions will take place from 27 November to 1 December 2019. Web site.
Mercure Vaugirard Porte De Versailles is located opposite the main entrance to the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center. It is just 100 m from Porte de Versailles Metro Station offering direct access into the capital. Guest rooms at Mercure Vaugirard Porte De Versailles are air-conditioned and offer a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a minibar. Each has a private bathroom with a bathtub or shower and access to the free Wi-Fi. All rooms are serviced by a lift. The hotel offers a buffet breakfast every morning which can also be served to guest rooms. Guests may also order light meals and snacks.
To preserve the strong position of the site at a European level, the City has decided to upgrade the exhibition center and develop its functionality to contribute to the transformation and architectural redefinition of the Porte de Versailles district and the creation of new links between the City and the cities of Vanves and Issy-les-Moulineaux. In this context, the City is set to build its first skyscraper in 40 years, a 180 meters high triangle which will house a 120-room hotel and 70,000 square metres of office space.
The base of Tour Triangle will be open to all, from the square of the Porte de Versailles and along the avenue Ernest Renan which regains the appearance of a Parisian street, with shops and restaurants. An elevated square, on level with the roofs of the City, will offer everyone a unique view of the district and the whole city. The Triangle will become one of the scenes of the metropolitan area.