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Paris: Paris Saint-Germain Parc des Princes Stadium Tour

1. Paris: Paris Saint-Germain Parc des Princes Stadium Tour

Walk in the footsteps of the heroes of Paris Saint-Germain on this self-guided tour. Pay a fun, immersive, and unique visit to the stadium with a smartphone-powered audio guide that will thrill fans, enchant tourists, and amaze young and old alike.  Go behind the scenes of the stadium and discover emblematic secret places. From the top of the stands to the substitution bench, from the VIP boxes to the player's tunnel, including the conference room, the changing room, and the fabulous trophy wall.

Paris: Stade de France Behind the Scenes Tour

2. Paris: Stade de France Behind the Scenes Tour

Tour France's largest stadium on this unique 90-minute tour. Sit in a spectator's seat and take in the incredible panorama. As a privileged visitor, you’ll get to see the private boxes and locker room and walk through the same tunnel that players use to access the pitch. Your expert guide will tell you about the stadium’s history, its unique architecture and the stars who have appeared on its manicured pitch. Apart from sporting events, the stadium also hosts international shows. The Rolling Stones were the first group to perform at the Stade de France. International stars such as Madonna and ACDC also chose this venue for their concerts, witnessed by 80,000 spectators each time. End your visit at the museum, where you’ll find heaps of items that are testament to the stadium’s legendary history. On display are archives, models, autographed guitars, jerseys and much more. On this unique tour you’ll be able to follow the footsteps of football legends Zidane and Ronaldo, who played the 1998 FIFA World Cup final. This is also the site where Cristiano Ronaldo lifted his first major Trophy for Portugal!

Paris: Roland-Garros Stadium Guided Backstage Tour

3. Paris: Roland-Garros Stadium Guided Backstage Tour

Embark on a guided tour of the Roland-Garros stadium, Paris' legendary tennis venue. Walk in the footsteps of the greatest champions who have made history at the French Open tournament, from Rafael Nadal to Steffi Graf, Björn Borg, and Chris Evert. Visit the press rooms, locker rooms, the presidential tribune, and the corridor that leads the players to the clay court. From the stands, enjoy an unobstructed view of the famous court and its incomparable clay ground, as well as the surrounding cityscape.  From the historic four Musketeers to contemporary winners, you'll hear countless anecdotes from your guide, who'll also reveal the secrets of the new Philippe Chatrier court, a technological and architectural masterpiece with its retractable roof.

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What people are saying about Paris

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 729 reviews

The tour it’s self was fantastic. You don’t have a guide so you can go around at your own speed and enjoy the experience. I would say there is little point in paying in advance for this experience and expecting to be let in at the time stated which you want. Myself and many others booked at 11.30am only to be told we had to join the queue as the time on the ticket means nothing to them as too many people are allowed to book the same time slot. We arrived 40 mins early as we were going to look round the PSG shop but quickly changed our minds and joined the queue. We didn’t enter the building until 1150am. If we had arrived at 1130am expecting to have walked straight in we would have had a huge shock as the queue by this point was wrapping around the building and with other activities booked could have thrown a big spanner in the works. Definitely worth going for any football fans though

We were on the English tour with Samir, who led us from highlight to highlight in the stadium. We went from the bowels of the stadium, seeing the police holding cells, to the presidential box and lounge. It was incredible to be in the dressing room of the winning 1998 French World Cup team, and to get to march out to the field to the roar of a stadium full of fans.

As a football fan, I absolutely loved this experience. My only issue was finishing directions . It would help if the meeting place said “Gate L”.

fantastic place to visit,had a wonderful time, no queueing and everything was fantastic,

The guide took us in all positions and was very knowledgeable about the stadium