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Stade de France, Saint-Denis
(4.1/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
The sixth-largest stadium in Europe, Stade de France has a capacity of more than 81,000. The French national football and rugby teams use it for international competitions. Also, musical acts such as the Rolling Stones, U2, Paul McCartney, and Madonna have played there. The stadium's €45 million roof is open to the sky, yet covers every seat. The 13-ton technical wonder houses lights and speakers, as well as tinted glass. To visit Stade de France and other attractions in Saint-Denis, use our Saint-Denis vacation planner.
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Reviews
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  • C is really a beautiful Stadium and very large complicate manage as many world events the better parking difficult is worth book parking at the stage, but the price is a deterrent
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  • Visit with my 10 year old son who loved to take for a player to the entrance of the scenes in passanr through the locker rooms to the entrance on the stage like a true pro. Chills guaranteed! Visit our guide was great, energetic despite the last Andrea the day he put us through the stadium with magic and a touch of accent Italian delicious!
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  • Very good option to get out of the rut and there are guided tours although they are English, at least when I went, but worth knowing that spectacular stadium where France is title champion in the year 98 visit makes a journey up to the dressing rooms, you can go on the RER, and get off at the station stade gives france there walk Max 15 minutes to get out of there you can go to visit the basilica of saint Dennis is also near from there you can go by bus which passes close to the stadium
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  • A superb stadium. Easy to access via the RER trains and an electric atmosphere when full. Give 15 minutes to walk from the train station to the stadium.
  • The stade De France was amazing! The guide took as all around the stadium and was a great guy, some of the things he showed us was the presidential suite, the VIP rooms and where the players enter. If I remember correctly the guides name was Tim.
  • Awesome atmosphere and beautiful stadium. I had a great experience for the Euro 2016 game between Italy and Spain which I will keep remember each time I will watch a match on TV.
  • Great stadium. Easily accessible from the train station.
  • I took a stadium tour pre EURO 2016 and from all appearances its a great place to watch a concert or soccer match. Patiently awaiting June 10th for the tourney start,and if all goes as planned I will be back to Stade de France July 10th for France vs Germany!!!..