The Stade de France is the stadium where the French national football team is based and is known as the soccer stadium. However, this stadium is also used in rugby and has become the venue for the World Cup. It is also a venue for live music, and in the past Celine Dion, U2, Police, etc. have performed live. With a capacity of over 80,000, it is one of Europe’s leading stadiums.
Stade de France
|Venue name||Stade de France|
|address||93200 Saint-Denis, France|
|URL||Billetterie du Stade de France : foot, rugby & concert (stadefrance.com)|
One of the following is the shortest route.
- RER B EMALA éroport CDG Terminal 2 Take the Gare du Nord train bound for the TGV → Get off at Gare de la Plaine Stade de France station
- Take the Gare du Nord train bound for RER D UACAGare de Stade de France St Denis → get off at Gare de Stade de France St Denis station
The nearest airport is Charles de Gaulle International Airport.
|name||Charles de Gaulle International Airport|
|address||95700 Roissy-en-France, France|
|URL||パリ空港公式サイト |Paris Aéroport (parisaeroport.fr)|
Transportation in Paris
The means of transportation used in Paris are diverse. Paris is very accessible and you will not have any trouble with transportation.All CD, DVD & TV Sales
Tickets are available for buses, but if you don’t have one you will need to buy one from the driver. If you buy it in the car, it costs 2 €.
The city of Paris has a well-developed transportation network such as metro and buses. It is safe to take a taxi when you have large luggage or early in the morning and late at night.
Lines 1 to 14 extend to the city of Paris and parts of the outskirts of Paris. It is very convenient because the distance between stations is short.
Trams are public transportation that runs in and around Paris. There are routes from T1 to T11.
There is a small water bus that you can get on and off freely. There are 9 boarding / alighting spots, which operate every 15 to 30 minutes.
You can also go sightseeing by bicycle.