Geography and population
Chartres, prefecture of the department of Eure-et-Loir (28) and located 90 km from Paris, has 38,578 in municipal population and in urban area a population of 146,986 inhabitants. Its neighboring municipalities
are: Lèves, Champhol, Gasville-Oisème, Nogent-Le-Phaye, Gellainville, Le Coudray, Lisant, Mainvilliers and Lucé.
The city is connected to the surrounding area thanks to its three main national traffic lanes. We find in particular the national road 10 connecting Versailles to the Spanish border. There is a station in the city on the Brest Paris line and also the N line. The city's internal network, comprising 15 bus lines, was set up by Filibus and allows the city to be intra-connected.
The city operates in 5 main sectors. First the agricultural center, electronics, the Comestic Valley and finally the pharmaceutical and mechanical industry.
Chartres is a commercial town. Indeed, there are shopping centers such as the Carrefour Madeleine center but also shopping streets where there are some big names such as Lancaster. There is also an LVMH with a Dior
factory and the PUIG perfume factory. Education The city hosts 6 colleges and 6 high schools and 23 schools (primary and kindergarten). In terms of higher education, there are 3 apprenticeships, a branch of the University of Orleans specializing in chemistry. Finally, there is also an IUT and a school of art and law.
The rents for commercial premises in chartres are on average around 202 € m2 / year. An individual who would like to settle in Chartres must count on a rent of an average of € 132 m2 / year. Office rental averages € 126 m2 / year.
Hotels and restaurants
There are 13 hotels in Chartres with an average nightly budget of € 72. In addition there are 154 restaurants with an average meal budget of € 15.