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Reunion Travel and Tourism

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Réunion is an island located in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar, about 200 kilometres south west of Mauritius, the nearest island. Administratively, Réunion is one of the overseas départements of France. Like the other overseas departments, Réunion is also one of the twenty-six regions of France and an integral part of the Republic with the same status as those situated on the European mainland. Réunion is an outermost region of the European Union and, as an overseas department of France, is part of the Eurozone. Due to its location in a time zone to the east of Europe, Réunion was the first region in the world where the euro became legal tender.

   
 
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Transport in Reunion - Saint-denis
Transport in Reunion Transport in Reunion possesses a network of highways, which cover a total distance of 2,784km. Of that length, 2,187km of the road system is paved. There are no railways in Reunion, with the exception of a short tourist line, which was originally part of a larger rail network. The construction of a new 70km tram-train is planned. In terms of sea travel, there are two major ports in Reunion: Le Port and Pointe des Galets. Reunion possesses a merchant marine of one ship with a weight exceeding 1,000GRT, which is a chemical tanker. There are two airports on the island, of which both have paved runways. The main airport is the international Roland Garros Airport located close to Saint Denis and the second one is the...

Langauage of Reunion - Saint-denis
Langauage of Reunion French is the official language of the department, though Reunionnaise Creole is also commonly spoken. Mandarin, Hakka and Cantonese are spoken by the Chinese community, but their numbers are dropping as younger generations start to converse in French. The number of speakers of Indian languages is also dropping sharply. Arabic is taught in mosques and spoken by a small community of Arabs. The island's community of Muslims from North Western India and elsewhere are also commonly referred to as Arabs. Source:en.wikipedia.org

Culture of Reunion - Saint-denis
Culture of Reunion Reunionese culture is a blend (métissage) of European, African, Indian, Chinese and insular traditions. The most widely spoken language, Reunion Creole, derives from French, with many idiosyncrasies. Reunion Creole is now taught in some schools. However, an official orthography has yet to be agreed upon. Local food and music blend influences from Africa, India, China and Europe. Source:en.wikipedia.org