Paris welcomes the world in July, 2024. So whether you are an athlete, a member of a delegation, a family member of a an Olympics competitor; or basically a tourist, you need to know how to deal with this event, if you want to visit Paris.

Some competition sites in Paris will be temporary: La Concorde, Les Invalides, the Pont Alexandre III, the Trocadéro, the Arena Champ-de-Mars and the Eiffel Tower Stadium. This will leads to traffic restrictions, closures or impact on metro stations and bus network. On the other hand, the opening ceremonies and the setting up of security perimeters in different zones will have consequences on your itinerary in Paris. Thus, most cultural sites in Paris are closed on July 26.

A website in English “Anticiper les Jeux” (“Anticipate the Olympics”) gives you any answer about these restrictions on movement. In this website, you will find an interesting interactive map of impacts on travel with all the safety perimeters on the roads and the crowd forecasts for public transport.

As a reminder, the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will take place from July 26 to August 11, 2024. The Paralympic Games will take place from August 28 to September 8…

La Compagnie des Guides is ready to welcome you all along the Olympics Games, as you can see in this short video. And as a