Parc des Princes, Paris

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French football club Paris St.-Germain has called Parc des Princes stadium its home since 1973. Used now for soccer and rugby matches, the stadium replaced the old Vélodrome that was built in 1897. Take a guided tour to see the dressing rooms, players' tunnel, VIP boxes, and trophy room. You can also attend a game if it coincides with your visit. Buy tickets online, by phone, or at the PSG service point at Parc des Princes. Be aware that Paris St.-Germain games sell out occasionally. To visit Parc des Princes and other attractions in Paris, use our Paris attractions planner.
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  • First against third. PSG-Girondins, season 2.017-2,018, 6-2, great game, great team, great to see Neymar, everything what it captures, the Trident... Hobby of 10 that never stopped singing, nice Stadium, and although the location inside was the best, I didn't like not be able to select the Chair I.
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  • Come see the mythical Stadium of PSG but also imagine you with the arrival of the tour de France... of souvenirs...
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  • A beautiful stadium which lacks 20000 places no parking but the atmosphere is good and we can now come on family the price of sandwiches is outrageous
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  • Easy to get to on the metro and security checks were quick. Advise not to bring bags if you can help it but at least the bag check was close to the gate. On site PSG boutique but limited stock. Reasonable price for food and drink. TIP: If taking the metro back after a game, go one stop AWAY from the centre of Paris (Marcel Sembat) and THEN head back. The queue through the gate is shorter plus you can get seat on the train as it's quite a few stood back to the centre of Paris/interchange stations.
  • During games it is locked down. Be prepared to walk all the way around the stadium to get to your gate and it will not always be the most direct route. The people working here are extremely friendly.
  • Well, was there on a off day. So it was not happening as a match day obviously. The stadium is nice so as the surrounding area.
  • Closed... Even when I'm their own website they say there are daily tours
  • We went for Lyon game. With my 4 years old daughter. The guard do not allow bottle water to be brought inside. My daughter suffer flu and sore throat for the rest of the trip

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