The 2024 Summer Olympics will be celebrated in 2024 in Paris, in unmissable places in the city like the Palace of Versailles.

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Paris 2024 Olympics, Copyright Ville de Paris

Popular fervor

From July 26 to August 11, 2024 for the Olympis and from August 28 to September 8, 2024 for the Paralympic Games, Paris has a date with history and will welcome the whole world around the great unifying values ​​of sport and Olympism. : excellence, respect and friendship, for a rare moment of universal celebration, popular fervor, celebration and emotions. Athletes from the 44 Olympic sports will compete for victory in magical places in the capital and its region. While some of the future Olympic sites are under construction, the majority are already among the must-see venues for sports competitions and shows all year round. And sites as iconic as the Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles will be transformed into exceptional arenas for the occasion.

Paris 2024: the major sites of the Olympic Games

Roland Garros Stadium

Every year in the spring, this clay court temple welcomes the elite of world tennis for the Parisian Grand Slam tournament. Recently renovated and modernized, the legendary stadium will naturally host tennis competitions, but also boxing competitions during the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Stade de France

Built for the 98 Football World Cup, the Stade de France hosts major international sporting events such as the next Rugby World Cup 2023. For the Paris 2024 Olympics, he will host the athletics and rugby events. The French women’s rugby sevens team, silver medalist in Tokyo, is ready, as are decathlon world record holder Kevin Mayer and Charles-Antoine Kouakou, athlete from the Ile-de-France region, gold medalist in para-athletics at the Olympics. 2021. In addition to major sporting events, the largest of the French stadiums regularly hosts giant concerts that are landmarks.

Golf of Paris

Since golf returned to the Games in 2016 in Rio and Paris was named host city of the 2024 Olympic Games, national golf, the host country of the French Open and the 2018 Ryder Cup, has been preparing for the event.

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