Arbois in Montagnes du Jura - het Franse Juragebergte.

De provincie Gerona is de eerste Spaanse provincie bij de passage van de grens met Frankrijk. heeft een aanbod van meer dan 2.330.186 accommodaties over de hele wereld.

Kreta is het grootste en meest zuidelijke eiland van Griekenland. Het heeft voor ieder wat wils.

- Partial closure for the re-organization of the impressionist galleries at the Musée d’Orsay, by Jean-Michel Wilmotte
(from December 2009)

- Redevelopment work at the Palais de Tokyo by architects Lacaton and Vassal to create 10,000 m² of space devoted
to contemporary art (2010-2012)
- Reopening of the Gaîté-Lyrique (2 March 2011)
- Launch of the Louvre online reservation system (April 2011)
- Renovation of the Monnaie de Paris by Philippe Prost with the opening of shops and creation of a 500 m2 zen garden,
and a cafe and gourmet restaurant by Guy Savoy (2011)
- Renovation work at the Musée de l'Air et de l'espace (June 2011-2014)
- Closure of the Musée de l’Institut du monde arabe for redevelopment work. Part of the collections will remain on
show until June 2011 (full reopening 2nd half of 2011)
- Opening of the new areas at the Grand Palais, including the Alexandre-III rotunda, the Salon d’honneur and a 700 m²
exhibition gallery (end 2011)
- Reopening of the Musée Galliera after renovation (spring 2012)
- Opening of the Fondation Jérôme-Seydoux-Pathé for cinema, built by Renzo Piano at 73 avenue des Gobelins (spring
- Reopening of the Musée de l’Homme after full renovation (2012)
- Reopening of the Musée Picasso after renovation (2012)
- Opening of the new Islamic Arts department in the Cour Visconti at the Louvre after covering of the courtyard by
architects Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti. 13,000 works will be on show in 4,600 m² of new spaces (2012)
- Reorganization of the Grand Palais with the incorporation of the Galeries nationales and the creation of a shop, a
cafe and a bookshop (2012-2017)
- Opening after renovation and extension of the old cinema Le Louxor in the 10th arrondissement (2013)
- Opening of the Louis-Vuitton foundation for contemporary art (September 2013)
- Creation of a 250-seat theatre under the Carreau du Temple (November 2013)
- Creation of a Paris Philharmonic concert hall by architect Jean Nouvel in the park of La Villette (end 2013)
- Reopening of the Musée Ernest-Hébert (date not specified)

- Renovation of the district Les Halles (2010-2014)
- Renovation of the Gare de Lyon with the creation of a 4,400 m² glass roof for businesses, working rooms and waiting
areas (2010-2012)
- Opening to the public of the garden of the Archives nationales in the Marais (June 2011)
- Harmonization and clarification of Parisian taxi signs (2011)
- Extension of the Voguéo river circuit to the West of Paris for a test period of 30 months (mid 2011)
- Conversion of the former Théâtre Arts déco de la Mutualité into a business and congress centre by Jean-Michel Wilmotte
(September 2011)
- Launch of the self-service electric car hire service Autolib’ with 3,000 vehicles in 1,000 stations in and around Paris
(30 September 2011)
- Opening of Cinélilas, a cinematographic complex with park in the east of Paris (end 2011)
- Construction of the Tour Phare at La Défense – a 349-metre-high tower block with panoramic restaurant by American
architect Thom Mayne (2011-2016)
- 10,000 m2 extension of the Parc André-Citroën and installation of fountains, refreshment areas and merry-go-rounds
- Extension of the tramway to the east of Paris, from Porte de Vitry to Porte de la Chapelle (2012), then as far as
Porte d'Asnières (2017)
- Creation of 12 hectares of green space and sports facilities at the Hippodrome d’Auteuil (2012)
- Creation of green areas and pedestrian areas on the Seine riverbanks and opening of a floating swimming
pool in front of the Parc André-Citroën (September 2012)
- Extension of Line 4 of the Métro to the south of Paris at Montrouge (end 2012)
- Redevelopment of north-east Paris, between Porte de la Chapelle and Porte de la Villette, creation of the Évangile
station on RER line E, green spaces, a university campus, businesses and services (2012 to 2016)
- Extension and modernization of the Hippodrome de Longchamp (2013)
- Expansion of the Parc Clichy-Batignolles – Martin-Luther-King (2013)
- Construction at the Porte de Versailles of the 180-m high Triangle tower block with panoramic lift and park of 8,000 m2
- Re-design of the Beaugrenelle district (September 2013)
- Redevelopment of the Champ-de-Mars (2014)
- The re-design of the Île Seguin by Jean Nouvel, with a centre for music, a centre for contemporary art, art galleries,
guinguettes (outdoor cafes) with dancing and a 4-hectare garden (2015)
- Construction at La Défense of the two 323 metre-high Hermitage towers, with function room, auditorium,
contemporary art gallery, shops, hôtel **** with 210 rooms, conference centre and restaurants (2016)
- Opening of the Cité de la mode et du design (date not specified)

- Conversion work at the Moulin Rouge with the creation of a cafe, brasserie and terraces around the cabaret, extension
of the cabaret hall and new show (2012)
- Extension and modernization of the Roland-Garros tennis stadium, with a project for a 15,000-seater centre court
with mobile roof, to host the French internationals, the Masters Series and the Fed Cup (2013)
- Renovation of the Molitor swimming pool, a gem of art deco from 1929 and creation of a 98-bedroom **** hotel,
with two restaurants and a balneotherapy centre (end 2013)
- Creation by Italian architect Renzo Piano of a 14-room multiplex cinema with 2,800 seats in the 19th arrondissement
(end 2013)
- Reopening after renovation work of all the Parc zoologique de Paris in the Bois de Vincennes with 1,000 animals,
130 species, separated into 6 “biozones” including a 2,000 m2 aviary and a 100 m long greenhouse (2014)
- Opening at the Cité des Sciences of a 16-room digital complex with restaurants and shops (date to be defined)

- A year’s closure of the Prince de Galles**** hotel, bar and restaurant for full renovation and creation of a new site and
fitness space (15 February 2011)
- Reopening after full renovation of the Renaissance Le Parc Trocadéro Paris**** (20 March 2011)
- Reopening after full renovation of the Maison Champs Élysées****, decorated by Maison Martin Margiela (April 2011)
- Opening of a hotel Mandarin Oriental, with 150 guest rooms at 247 rue Saint-Honoré in the 1st arrondissement,labelled
High Quality Environmental standard (summer 2011)
- Opening of the design hotel Hi Hôtel by Matali Crasset rue de Charonne in the 11th arrondissement (April 2011)
- Renovation and modernization of the Bois de Boulogne camping site (2011)
- Opening of a 23-bed hotel, “Jules et Jim”, at 11 rue des Gravilliers in the Centre Pompidou district (summer 2011)
- Opening of the hôtel O, previously hôtel des Victoires**, decorated by Ora Ïto, 19 rue Herold in the 2nd arrondissement
(summer 2011)
- Opening of Crayon, previously hôtel Louvre Forum**, 25 rue du Bouloi in the 1st arrondissement (summer 2011)
- Opening of a Buddha Bar boutique hotel (2nd half 2011)
- Opening of the Hôtel W Paris Opéra by the Starwood group in the district of the Grands Magasins (December 2011)
- Opening of a charming 23-bed hotel in the former Grand Contrôle mansion house, a building designed by Jules
Hardouin-Mansart in 1684 and belonging to the national Versailles estate (end of 2011)
- Opening of a youth hostel in France, with 320 beds, rue Pajol in the 18th arrondissement (end 2012)
- Extension works of the Plaza Athénée***** in 5,500 m2 of annexed buildings, with closure of the hotel (2011-2013)
- Transformation of the former La Samaritaine department store into a luxury hotel, Le Cheval blanc, with some 100 rooms
overlooking the Seine, a conference centre and shops (2011-2013)
- Opening of a Hilton Garden Inn and a Hampton hotel by the Hampton group (2013)
- Opening of a Radisson Blu at La Défense, **** category requested (2013)
- Transformation of the Kléber International conference centre into a 200-bed palace by the chain Peninsula Hotels
- Opening of a hôtel **** with 343 rooms at La Défense (2014)
- Opening of a hotel with 500 to 600 rooms as well as a long-stay transfer centre with accommodation at Paris-Charles
de-Gaulle airport (end 2014)
- Creation of Village Nature, an ecological leisure complex by Disneyland Paris/Pierre & Vacances (2015)
- Opening of a small luxury hotel by Gérard Depardieu with seven guest rooms at 95 rue du Cherche-Midi in the
6th arrondissement (date not specified)

- Opening of an organic themed restaurant overlooking a vegetable garden in the park of La Villette, created by
architects Gilles & Boissier (2011)
- Opening of a first Poilâne bakery on the Right Bank, in the upper Marais, at 38 rue Debelleyme (2011)
- Opening of two restaurants at l’Orée du Bois, Porte Maillot, in a former pavilion in the Bois de Boulogne renovated
by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte (2011)
- Opening of a restaurant with conference rooms in the Rotonde Ledoux by the side of the La Villette canal basin
(summer 2011)
- Opening of a restaurant at La Bourse by Marc Veyrat (September 2011)
- Opening of the Phantom de l’Opéra, restaurant at the Opéra Garnier (autumn 2011)

- Opening of a Maje boutique at Palais Royal (February 2011)
- Opening of a Repetto boutique in the Marais (March 2011)
- Opening of a APC boutique at 23 rue Royale (spring 2011)
- Opening of a Desigual boutique on rue de Rivoli (March 2011)
- Opening of the first Abercrombie & Fitch store in France at 23 avenue des Champs-Élysées (May 2011)
- Opening of a Banana Republic boutique at the Champs-Élysées roundabout (2011)
- Opening of a new Marks and Spencer concept at 100 Champs-Elysées (date not specified)

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