The Île-de-France is the compact region immediately surrounding the capital of France, Paris. As such, the region includes the now far-flung suburbs of the Paris metropolis, together with several large surrounding towns that form part of the larger conurbanation.
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Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France, is one of the largest agglomerations in Europe, with 2.2 million people living in the dense central city and almost 12 million people living in the metropolitan area.
Disneyland Paris, located in the Paris suburb of Marne-la-Vallée, is the Disney Empire's European variant of their archetypal "Magic Kingdom" theme park.
Versailles is a city on western edge of the French capital city Paris, now part of the sprawling metropolis within the Ile de France region.
Fontainebleau is a lovely historical town south of Paris, France. It is renowned for its large and scenic Forest …
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the main airport of Paris, one of the busiest hubs in Europe, largest airport in France and home of the national carrier Air France.
Nogent-sur-Marne is a town in Val-de-Marne. The river Marne goes trough the town and is a tributary of the Seine.
Saint Denis is a suburb just north of Paris. The martyred saint was said to have been beheaded in Paris, yet miraculously picked up his own head, washed it and walked nearly ten kilometers north to his future namesake village.
Rueil-Malmaison is a town in the suburbs of Paris. It's about 13km from the centre of the French capital and home to some 80.000 people.