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DMC France - Metropolis DMC

Metropolis is a sophisticated event and DMC specialist, whose team of passionate professionals will create, plan and deliver imaginative and highly creative events in France.

With more than twenty five years of experience with international clients, a great knowledge and love of France and a qualified team of professionals, we have a real understanding of the needs of different markets and cultures.

Metropolis’s experience covers all types of events from large congresses to small VIP Management meetings; incentive programmes to awards ceremonies; product launches to country wide road shows - all are planned and designed to match your objectives and budgets. For each inquiry a project leader will discuss the various options available, ensure all the possible alternatives are considered and prepare a very detailed and costed proposal.

Be it a gala dinner inside a prestigious museum in Chantilly or a wine tour in Champagne, a private cruise on a yacht along the Seine or a rally in Burgundy, Metropolis will provide you with ideas and support to help you choose the best option among a wide range of peculiar venues, original activities and unconventional proposals that will make a difference.

Like a native who knows their own country better and more profoundly than any written guidebook, Metropolis is the ideal guide for those who are looking for something different, special and deeply refined.

We are member of ADMEI and SITE.

The French approach their world as they do their food - by condensing "flavors" into impossibly rich forms: from ornate chateaux to famous art collections the choice is endless and the approach is both discerning and refined. But the sensual “je ne sais quoi” of France is equally profound in the lavender fields of Provence or reflected through the deep blue windows of Chartres Cathedral or in the iron girders twisted into the Eiffel Tower.

Whether you want to shop for haute couture or enjoy gastronomy, explore chic Deauville or the ochre-colored houses of Roussillon, dine at a Michelin restaurant or relax in a sidewalk cafe on the Cote d'Azur, Metropolis will design imaginative bespoke events that fuse such elements into lasting experiences that delve deeply into the cultural density that is France.


Paris is known for its famous buildings and works of art, its chic fashion scene and its modern literary, artistic, and intellectual ideals, and is a must for anyone wishing to experience the best of both contemporary and age old European culture.

Mona Lisa’s smile is for visitors who think they have seen everything in Paris. In the city of light, romance and Hemingway’s “Moveable Feast” you can’t help but have certain expectations. Paris is the capital of fashion, art and people-watching; a city where Chanel-clad ladies walk poodles along grand boulevards; a place where the waiters are rude but the food is délicieux. Paris is all of that and more. Your love affair begins once you look beyond the Eiffel Tower, explore the backstreets of Notre-Dame and make Paris your own.

Known throughout the world as the “City of Light”, Paris is celebrated for its beautiful architecture, museums, bridges, sidewalk cafés and monuments. Capital of fashion, art and gastronomy Paris is a winning combination of talents, expertise and high-quality French produce.

To sample the delights of traditional French cuisine, the choice of restaurants and cafés is simply huge, each with its own particular atmosphere and style. Restaurants, bars, brasseries, tea rooms, ice cream parlours, open-air cafés or pubs, invite gourmets from all over the world to a real culinary feast.


Lyon, the absolute epitome of gastronomical France, is famous for its outstanding cuisine and features many tasty local specialities and stylish bistros. Capital of the Rhône Alpes area, Lyon is sandwiched between two powerful, winding rivers and features more than its fair share of Renaissance-style buildings and classical French architecture. Within Lyon, you can also expect to find a flourishing university complex, a superb selection of shops and plenty to enjoy at night.
An important area of commerce, banking and industry, Lyon is a particularly attractive city. Lyon has much to offer, boasting riverside walking trails, innumerable areas of green, and an impressive historic old town district, which has gained the prestigious title of World Heritage Site. Old Town Lyon is brimming with cobbled streets and medieval buildings, being split into the three alluring quarters of St. Georges, St. Jean and St. Paul.



The Southwest is farming France, a green and peaceful land nurturing crops from sunflowers to foie gras. There  are several lakes, kilometres of dunes between the ocean breakers and the aromatic Landes forest, picturesque fishing ports, and charming seaside resorts. This area has excellent facilities for all type of sport-oriented incentives and offers plenty of scope for cultural and leisure activities.

Bordeaux, the capital, is the world’s largest fine wine region, and, for red wines, certainly the most familiar outside France. Following Henry II’s marriage to Eleanor of Aquitaine, three centuries of courtly commerce with Great Britain ensured that claret was served at finest foreign tables.

The great wine-producing areas of Bordeaux straddle two rivers and some of the prettiest châteaux line the riverbanks, enabling easy transportation.



Nice is at the same time an elegant and popular city, lively and cheerful and proud of its pasts and its independence. The city will surprise you by its personality, dynamism and its passion for art and culture.

Nice has a thousand surprises in store … its monuments, churches, gardens, the footpaths which link the surrounding hillside to the city centre, but also its museums, its artists, its local crafts, its internationally renowned gastronomy with its unmistakeable flavours of garlic, olive oil and basil, as well as its folklore … it will also seduce you by the beauty of its neighbourhoods, its unique light and its gentle climate.



Strasbourg is a city of contrasts. The language is French, but the architecture is overwhelmingly German. Cities and towns all over Alsace have German names and many streets are a French-German hybrid like rue du ‘’Schnoekeloch’ ‘(mosquito hole). Here the clash of history is evident everywhere you go as you recall that over the centuries Alsace changed from French to German hands back and forth.




Two monumental staircases called the “Hundred Steps” flank the three galleries of the Orangery which overlook the parterre containing more than 1,200 exotic trees during the summer months.

The Orangery is an extraordinary site  for your events  (dinners, cocktail receptions, dance evenings, performances).

Capacity: 1,200 people seated or 2,500 standing.



A 500m² modern space right in the heart of Paris, designed in the spirit of an open, private home.
It features 4 kitchen workshops, a wine cellar, a meeting room and an inner courtyard, perfect for cocktails, seminars, product launches, work meetings. The perfect combination for a successful event!
Whether you wish to stimulate employee enthusiasm, thank your customers, foster teambuilding: sharing some time in the kitchen is always a good idea.



The Cité du Vin in Bordeaux is a unique place devoted to the cultures of wine. The permanent tour: embark on an immersive, sensory adventure to discover the cultures and civilisations of wine. In an open exhibition space occupying more than 3,000 m², nearly twenty different themed areas invite you to take a voyage of discovery and enjoy a unique experience exploring the many and varied facets of wine across time and space.

Various workshops can be organised for the group.



Strasbourg’s Christmas Markets are among the oldest and biggest of their kind in Europe, taking over the entire historic city centre. Some locations have even become synonymous with Christmas traditions in the city. At the Christkindelsmärik (Christ-child market) at Place Broglie, you’ll find regional produce, crafts, traditional Alsatian Christmas decorations and much more besides. Local craft producers’ associations will be on-hand to showcase their wares and their expertise, with plenty to keep you entertained.
Head over to a typical chalet to learn the secrets behind traditional producers from Strasbourg and Alsace.
The market outside the imposing Strasbourg Cathedral is yet another iconic symbol of Strasbourg.
First held in 1570, it has been delighting people of all ages for centuries. It’s the perfect place to stock up on Christmas gifts and sip a warming hot wine.
The markets embody everything that’s special about Christmas – its traditions and the festive spirit.


Galimard recently opened the door to the Mysterious Art of Parfum. Experience the magic of the parfum creation with the experts. You have no doubt dreamed of the day you would find your own personal fragrance, one scent that is exclusively your signature brand. A scent uniquely “you “, one that will distinguish you and your personal style. You will discover the different base products and techniques combined to create your own personal fragrance using over 127 notes.
The experts will evaluate your unique olfactory sensitivities and explain the classifications of the large families of scents along with their typical components. Then, we’ll conclude by describing the basic principles of achieving a harmonious, round formula. You will take your creation home in a personalized perfume bottle with the name you have chosen for your design.













The current exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation (From 3rd October 2018 till 14th January 2019) compares two of the most complex artistic personalities of the twentieth century: Egon Schiele (1890 – 1918) and Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960 – 1988). Despite their profound differences, they both had a common revolutionary vision.  An original exhibition that opposes Basquiat’s underground culture, his skulls, almost demon like characters, his bright colours that alternate with dark shades and Schiele’s knobby bodies in unnatural and deformed positions. The exhibition brings together some 100 works – drawings, gouaches, and paintings – in the pool-level galleries (Gallery 1).



The City of Fashion and Design is a building located at the site of the old general storehouses on the quai d’Austerlitz in Paris beside the Seine; it was designed by architects Jakob and MacFarlane and is one of the most remarkable contemporary monuments of Paris. Its architecture, which reveals and celebrates the existing structures, is inspired by the river’s movement, and is in metal and etched glass, owes its green colour to aquatic reflections. A place resolutely facing the future welcomes all events on more of 6000 sqm, on the banks of the Seine. The space can have a modular use having different capacities:

  • La Galerie d’actualité is a glassed-in space measuring 250 sqm. La Galerie can be used for meetings and conferences/talks for up to 150 persons;
  • Le Quai, located on the riverbank, directly on the Seine, measures 1,200 sqm and has a direct view over the river.  This space can host up to 1.000 persons;
  • Atelier is 270 sqm of 180° glassed-in space with a unique view over the Seine and Paris. L’Atelier can host 150 persons for a seated dinner or a talk followed by a cocktail reception, 300 persons for a cocktail reception or party.



The Paul Ricard Circuit is an exceptional place dedicated to thrilling sensations in the South of France. Perfectly located at the heart of Provence, between the sea and the mountains Paul Ricard track in Castellet is the international reference in the world of Formula 1. It has one of the most longest straight lines of Europe, the Mistral straight: 1.8 km.

INCENTIVE ACTIVITIES: The Driving Center is a 1.6 km leisure track dedicated to motorsports for driving and road safety open to everyone. And it’s the first in France combining driving and road safety on one single site. The unique experience  for groups of 10 to 500 people with formats adjustable to your needs (half-day, day, evening…).


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