Paris Olympics 2024, France and its beauty everywhere

Exactly one hundred years since the city last hosted the Olympics, this summer – from July 26 to August 11 – France hosts the Olympics, once again, welcoming participants and visitors from all over the world with its usual charm.

U Paris Olympics 2024 will be held in various locations throughout France, in a unique combination of legendary locations and eco-responsible structures, designed especially for the occasion. Paris, as the host city, will have the largest number of Olympic sites, followed by other regions of the country.

What are the 2024 Olympic venues

With a total of 39 Olympic sites throughout the France from the most iconic locations to the most eco-responsible, the Paris 2024 Olympics promise to be a unique experience that combines sport, culture and sustainability.

The place of Paris

Paris will occupy the first place on the podium with 15 Olympic sites for the 2024 Games, including the Parc des Princes stadium for football, the Bercy Arena for basketball and artistic gymnastics, and the Roland Garros stadium for tennis. Also, they will be built new plants such as the Porte de la Chapelle Arena, an eco-designed site with large green surfaces and organic materials, which will host events such as badminton and rhythmic gymnastics.

In an unprecedented experience, the symbolic places of Paris will be transformed into arenas for a 360° show, combining cultural heritage and sporting performance. Here Place de la Concorde will host breakdancing competitions and freestyle BMX competitions, the Alexandre III bridge will be the arrival of the cycling time trial, the Grand Palais will be the stage for fencing and the Hôtel de Ville will give the start of the legendary marathon.

Places outside of Paris

In addition to Paris, the entire Ile-de-France region prepare to experience the energy of the athletes. U Castle of Versailles will host the equestrian and pentathlon competitions, while the Yves du Manoir stadium in Colombes will be the center of the hockey competitions. The Stade de France in Saint-Denis, inaugurated for the 1998 World Cup, will host events such as rugby sevens, athletics and para-athletics. The new Aquatic Center of Saint-Denis will showcase the exploits of champions in artistic swimming, diving and polo, with its eco-sustainable design and the use of recycled materials.

Other places include Lille, which will host the men’s and women’s handball finals at the spectacular Pierre Mauroy stadium, and the city of Châteauroux in the Centre-Val de Loire region, where the shooting and parasport competitions will take place. The area of Berry in the same region, it will host the Center National de Tir Sportif, one of the largest shooting facilities in the world, which will host numerous Olympic and Paralympic events.

Other six French citiesincluding Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon, Saint-Etienne, Nice and Marseille, will host football matches at the 2024 Games This offers the opportunity to relive the atmosphere of legendary football stadiums, such as the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne. and the Stade Beaujoire in Nantes, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2024.

Marseille, located in Provence, is preparing to host sailing competitions for the 2024 Olympic Games The city is known for its race-friendly waters and regularly hosts major nautical events. Around 330 competitors from 40 nations will compete in ten sailing categories, including foil windsurfing and kiteboarding.

The sports venues of the Paris 2024 Games also stand out for their innovations architectural and environmental. For example, the Bordeaux stadium features a spectacular design with hundreds of poles reminiscent of the Landes forest, while the Nice stadium features solar panel roofs. The Lyon stadium runs on 100% renewable energy, while the Marseille Velodrome stadium recovers heat and reuses rainwater.

Games in Tahiti

In the end, the Teahupo’o wave in Tahitione of the most famous and challenging waves in the world, will host the surfing competitions for the 2024 Olympic Games This spectacular show has been designed to be environmentally friendly, with most of the structures set to be removed after the competition.

All venues of the Paris 2024 Olympics

Here in detail are all the places that will host the games for the Paris 2024 Olympics and the disciplines they will host:

  • Parc des Princes, Paris: football
  • Bercy Arena, Paris: basketball, artistic gymnastics, trampoline and wheelchair basketball
  • Roland Garros Stadium, Paris: tennis, boxing and wheelchair tennis
  • Arena Porte de la Chapelle, Paris: badminton, rhythmic gymnastics, para badminton and para power lifting
  • Castle of Versailles, Versailles: equestrian, para-equestrian and pentathlon competitions
  • Yves du Manoir Stadium, Ile-de-France: hockey station
  • Stade de France in Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France: rugby sevens, athletics and para-athletic competitions
  • Center Aquatique de Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France: artistic swimming, diving, windsurfing
  • Pierre Mauroy Stadium in Villeneuve-d’Ascq, Lille: men’s and women’s handball
  • Center National de Tir Sportif, Berry: 15 Olympic shooting events and 13 Paralympic para-sport events
  • Roucas-Blanc Marina, Marseille: water sports (sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing)
  • Tahiti: men’s and women’s surf, shortboard

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