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From July 26 to August 11, 2024 and from August 28 to September 8, 2024

All you need to know about games in Paris this summer! Getting around Paris and around Paris in July and August 2024? Where are the fan zones? to get the most out of sporting events and watch live Olympic coverage?

Timetable for the route and arrival of the flame in Paris

July 14th

Route of the flame from Paris Centre to the 10th arrondissement - finale on the Hôtel de Ville terrace

  • 5e - Place du Panthéon - choreography by acrobat Yoann Bourgeois
  • 10th / 19th - place du Colonel-Fabien - Paris Pop Party with Radio Cargo DJ set
  • 8th - Petit Palais - musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris - Opera greats revisited by the D.I.V.A lyric quartet
  • 4th - Marais / Paris Centre - Colorful Drag Bingo
  • 4th- City Hall - open all night so visitors can see the flame

July 15th:

The flame will pass from the 11th to the 20th arrondissement - arrival at Place de la République

  • 18e- Sacré-Coeur dance performance by choreographer Sadeck Berrah
  • 11th - Place Léon-Blum - dance and guinguette by the Les Balochiens orchestra

July 26 :

Day of ceremony (accessible only for spectators with ticket or by invitation) - Departure of the flame from Saint-Denis via the canal to La Villette (19th), crossing the Canal Saint-Martin (10th) to the Seine for the ceremony.

August 25th:

Para Games flame to be integrated into commemorations of the 80th anniversary of the Liberation of Paris

  • relaying the flame throughout Paris along 12 routes

August 28 :

Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony

Fan zones: where to follow the games in and around Paris

Opening on July 26th!

In Paris and throughout Ile-de-France dozens of fan zones have been set up so that every fan can follow the Games, take part in activities and discover new sports! The party promises to be wild as the events are broadcast on giant screens. 

With capacities ranging from 500 to 9,000 people, the fan zones in the capital and the Ile-de-France region are sure to thrill families. Dedicated areas in many of the Greater Paris communes are specially equipped to follow the ceremonies and highlights of the competition.

Getting around Paris during the games: secure zones

The Paris 2024 organizing perimeter:

This perimeter designates the competition and ceremony sites. The assembly and dismantling phases of these zones, from March to October 2024, will require the use of closure of certain metro stations or the lack of streetcar service.

  •  Zone Concorde Assembly from March 2024
  • Trocadero, Eiffel, Champ-de-Mars zone Assembly from March 2024
  •  Grand Palais area, Alexandre III Bridge, Invalides Assembly from mid-April 2024
  •  Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Assembly on the lower platforms from early June 2024; assembly on the bridges from early July 2024.

Metro stations closed :

  • Line 1: Champs-Elysées - Clémenceau" station, from July 1 to September 21, 2024. "Concorde" and "Tuileries" stations, from June 17 to September 21, 2024.
  • Line 8: Concorde" station, from June 17 to September 21, 2024
  • Line 12: Concorde" station, from May 17 to September 21, 2024
  • Line 13 : Champs-Elysées - Clémenceau" station, from July 1 to September 21, 2024

Streetcar stations not served :

  • T2 line At "Porte d'Issy" and "Porte de Versailles" stations, from July 25 to August 11, 2024 and from August 29 to September 7, 2024.
  • T3a line Porte de Versailles" station, from July 25 to August 11, 2024 and from August 29 to September 7, 2024
  • T3b line Colette Besson" station, from July 27 to August 10, 2024 and from August 29 to September 8, 2024

The SILT (Internal Security and Counter-Terrorism) perimeter

Protective perimeter allowing only ticketed or accredited visitors. Deployed on sites during the competition

Red perimeter: motorized traffic prohibited

In the immediate vicinity of competition venues, marathon courses, cycling competitions and along the Seine before and during the opening ceremony.

The red perimeter East activated each day of competitiontwo and a half hours before the start of the first testand deactivated one hour after the end of the last race. The pedestrians and cyclists are authorized to circulate without restriction.

The blue perimeter: restricted motorized traffic

The blue perimeter extends beyond the red perimeter. It is activated each day of competitiontwo and a half hours before the start of the first testand deactivated one hour after the end of the last race. The pedestrians and cyclists are authorized to circulate without restriction.

The areas concerned by the red, blue and safety perimeters (SILT) are as follows:

  • Trocadero, Eiffel Tower, Champ-de-Mars, Invalides, Grand Palais, Alexandre III Bridge, Concorde
  • Arena Bercy
  • Roland-Garros, Parc des Princes
  • Arena Porte de Versailles
  • Arena La Chapelle
  • Hauts-de-Seine department (92) : Paris La Défense ArenaYves-du-Manoir Stadium...
  • Department of Seine-Saint-Denis (93) : Stade de FranceAquatic centerLe Bourget...

Official stores

Shopping and souvenirs

  • 1st - Forum des Halles - Sous la Canopée: 5bis rue Pierre Lescot
  • 10th - Gare du Nord - in the main hall
  • 12th - Gare de Lyon in hall 2

International events and events for the general public organized by foreign delegations in Paris/Ile de France

  • 8th - La Maison du Danemark - Denmark Pavilion - From July 26 to August 11, 2024 - free cultural venue - exhibition, music, design, ecology and well-being - 142 Avenue des Champs Élysées
    75008 Paris 8 (Quartier des Champs Élysées)
  • 7th - At the Swiss Embassy - From July 24, 2024 to September 8, 2024 - ephemeral spot especially imagined for the occasion. Creative catering, exhibition in the gardens and giant screen to follow the events. Dj set, concert and entertainment for children
  • 19th - Olympic House of Canada (OHC) - at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie - Canadian Rendezvous, broadcast of Team Canada competitions, presence of athletes and shows

Art and sport: an epic exhibition

PARIS:

  • Louvre Museum (1er, Paris Centre) - "Olympism - a modern invention, an ancient heritage". - until September 16
  • Museum of Jewish History (MhJ)- "André Steiner - The body between desire and overcoming". - May 16 - September 22
  • Hôtel de Ville (4th, Paris Centre) - "Paris! 10 years of transformation "May 25 to November 2024
  • Pavillon de l'Arsenal (4th, Paris Centre) - "À Vélo 1818-2030″ - All summer long
  • Bibliothèque Forney (4th, Paris Centre) - "Paris 1924. Advertising in the city"May 28 to September 28
  • Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris (BHVP) (4th, Paris Centre) - "Sport in Paris (1820-1950)". - March 21 to Friday, June 21, 2024
  • Victor Hugo House (4th, Paris Centre) - "Victor Hugo fencing"until September 15
  • Carnavalet Museum (4th, Paris Centre) - "The Carnavalet Museum enters the game(s)". - until September 8
  • Shoah Memorial (4th, Paris Centre) - "Olympic Games, mirror of society - until July 31 (free)
  • Préfecture de Police Museum (5e) - "Police and sport: esprit de corps, culture du corps". - until September 22, 2024 (free of charge)
  • Place du Pantheon (5e) - "Paralympic stories - from sporting integration to social inclusion (1948-2024)". - June 11 - September 29
  • Musée Zadkine (6e) – "The dislocated body in Zadkine's work - May 14 to September 22
  • La Monnaie de Paris (6e) - "Gold, silver, bronze - a history of the Olympic medal". - until September 22
  • Musée du Luxembourg (6th) - "Match, design and sport - until August 11
  • Musée de l'Armée - invalides (7e) - "Duels. The art of combat". - until August 18
  • In front of the Assemblée Nationale (7th) - : "Beauty and Gesture6 sculptures - until September 22
  • Petit Palais (8e)- "Body in Motion - May 15 to November 17
  • Petit Palais (8e) - "We are Here" - street art - June 12 to November 10
  • Museum of Romantic Life (9e) – "Géricault's Horses - May 15 to September 15
  • In the streets of Paris and Saint-Denis - "Photographs by Simon and Raymond Depardon"June to September
  • Musée national de l'Histoire l'immigration (12e) - "Olympism, a world history - until September 8
  • The Palais de la Porte Dorée - (12th) - "Olympism, a world history - until September 8
  • Bercy Village (12e) - "Sport from the sky - until September 15 - (free)
  • BNF Tolbiac (13th) "À nous les stades! A history of women's sport". - May 22 to October 13 - (free)
  • Musée de la Libération Leclerc Moulin (14e) - "Is Paris burning?"In connection with the 80th anniversary of the Liberation of Paris.
  • Spot24 (15th) - "Urban sports in Paris 2024" - until December 31, 2024
  • Maison de la culture et du Japon (15th arrondissement) - "Kenzô Tange-Kengo Kuma - architect of the Tokyo Games". - until June 29 and "Backstage des Jeux de Tokyo" Photographs by Enzo Lefort from June 4 to July 13
  • La Poste Museum (15e) - "Marathon, the messenger race - 15 friend - September 15
  • Palais Galliera (16th) - "Fashion in motion"until January 5, 2025
  • Marmottan Monet Museum (16e)- "At stake! Artists and Sport (1870-1930)" - until September 1
  • Cité de l'architecture et du Patrimoine (16e) - "Once upon a time there were stadiums - until September 16
  • Musée Clémenceau (16th) - "Clémenceau and sportfocus exhibition - april 16 to august 14
  • Parc de La Villette (19e) - "Archi-Folies 2024 - 20 architecture school pavilions hosting Club France federations from June 14 to July 7 and August 28 to September 3

IN ÎLE-DE-FRANCE

  • 77 - Meaux - Museum of the Great War - France "Sporting soldiers, sporting practices in the French army from 1914 to the present day". - until August 19, 2024 - (free)
  • 78 - Versailles- Château - "The majestic horse at the heart of a civilization" - July 2 to November 3, 2024
  • 78 - Poissy - Toy Museum - Olympic toys: champions march on! - family exhibition - until September 22
  • 91 - Corbeil-Essonne - Parvis de l'Hôtel-de-Ville and in the city - "L'Œil urbain" photography festival from April 6 to May 11, 2024
  • 92 - Sceaux- Château - "Freewheels - From June 21, 2024 to December 31, 2024
  • 94- Vincennes - Service historique de la Défense - Vincennes - France "Sports champions awarded the Croix de Guerre". - until June 22
  • 94 - Nogent-s/-Marne - Musée intercommunal - "One step ahead! Ecole de Joinville, the invention of contemporary sport"(1852 -1939) - until July 31 - (free)

Tourist information points in the capital

Spot 24: exhibition, café and information point at the Eiffel Tower -ticket office, official store Place opened by the Paris tourist office -shoppings, and souvenirs of the competition

A selection of free events in the capital's major fan zones

Grande Halle de La Villette: "Le club France

Broadcasting events, celebrating French medallists, sports initiations, exhibitions


Place de l'Hôtel de Ville: "La Terrasse des Jeux" (The Games Terrace)

2 giant screens, 6 sports practice areas, main stage, workshop area

  • July 14th Arrival of the flame
  • August 10 and 11 start of the men's and women's marathon - new route and free access for spectators
  • August 10 evening Start of the marathon for all and the 10 km
  • August 24 80th anniversary ball of the liberation of Paris
  • August 28 arrival of the handisports flames

Place du Trocadéro: "Le Champions Park

Celebration of medal-winning athletes, live broadcasts of Games highlights, artistic and cultural performances.

  • July 29 Opening show, celebration and broadcast of the finals - sports in the spotlight : Fencing, Judo, Rugby, Skateboard Street, Swimming, Archery, Mountain Bike
  • July 31 Opening show Preljocaj celebration and broadcast of the finals - sports in the spotlight - Diving, Swimming, Canoe Slalom, Mountain Bike, Equestrian, Fencing, Judo, Shooting, Rugby, Triathlon, Table Tennis.
  • August 1 Opening Voguing show, celebration and broadcast of the finals - featured sports: Diving, Swimming, Canoe Slalom, BMX Freestyle, Fencing, Artistic Gymnastics, Judo, Rowing, Shooting, Triathlon.
  • August 5 Opening show by Mourad Merzouki, celebration and broadcast of the finals - featured sports: Athletics, Badminton, 3×3 Basketball, Canoe Slalom, Track Cycling, Artistic Gymnastics, Shooting Sports, Mixed Triathlon Relay.
  • August 6 Opening show: Voguing, celebration and broadcast of the finals - featured sports: Athletics, Badminton, 3×3 Basketball, Canoe Slalom, Track Cycling, Artistic Gymnastics, Shooting Sports, Mixed Triathlon Relay.
  • August 7 Opening show by Mourad Merzouki, celebration and broadcast of the finals - sports in the spotlight: Athletics, Boxing, Climbing, Track Cycling, Horse Riding, Skateboarding, Wrestling.
  • August 8 Opening Voguing show, celebration and broadcast of the finals - featured sports: artistic swimming, athletics, boxing, climbing, track cycling, Skateboard Park, surfing, Taekwondo, weightlifting, wrestling, track and field.
  • August 9 Opening show Mourad Merzouki celebration and broadcast of the finals - sports in the spotlight: Marathon swimming, Athletics, Boxing, Climbing, Track cycling, Hockey, Taekwondo, Weightlifting, Wrestling.
  • August 10 Opening show by Mourad Merzouki, celebration and broadcast of the finals - sports featured: Diving, Marathon Swimming, Athletics, Boxing, Breaking, Canoe Sprint, Track Cycling, Football, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Hockey, Sailing, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Beach Volleyball, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Climbing.

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