Paris 2024 Olympics: a stroll through history and Olympic venues in the streets of the capital

Published by Graziella de Sortiraparis · Photos by Laurent de Sortiraparis · Published on February 9th, 2024 at 07:00 p.m.
Want to learn all about the Olympic Games before they kick off in Paris? Here's a walk you won't want to miss, to discover the Parisian sites of the competition and learn more about how it works!

In just a few months' time, the Olympic Games will come to Paris, with major changes to the city's infrastructure and legacy sites . Like all global events, the Olympics will leave a lasting mark on Paris, through infrastructures built for the occasion but designed to last, or ephemeral sites that will disappear after the competition. During the walk, take advantage of the presence of guide Tristan Bayle to ask all your questions about the Olympic transformations!

From the Place de la Concorde and its more urban events to the Eiffel Tower, via the Invalides and the Pont Alexandre III, follow the guide on the future competition sites that will be set up this summer and turn Parisian life upside down, before the assembly phase. It's also an opportunity to discuss thehistory of the Games, since their modernization, on important social issues such as colonialism, disability, the place of women and political propaganda.

An instructive stroll around the Paris Centre venues!

To find out more about the Games

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In March, April and May, embark on unprecedented cruises, on the various Parisian canals, to discover from the water, the future Olympic venues and the many facilities built to welcome the whole world to our capital, from July 2024. [Read more]

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From February 18th, 2024 to April 27th, 2024

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    €15

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    exploreparis.com

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