Paris Summer Games: July 25, 2024 – August 12, 2024
Paris, the capital of romance, is the host city of the 33rd Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. On the evening of August 8, 2021, when the "Eight Minutes of Paris" made a stunning appearance at the closing ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, accompanied by the musical tunes played by French astronauts.
On the banks of the Seine River, the romantic sentiment of the Olympic Games crossed halfway around the world. It continued in Paris, known as the "City of Light." You can watch beach volleyball under the Eiffel Tower, archery in the Invalides, cycling on the Champs-Elysées, fencing and taekwondo in the Grand Palais, and equestrian competitions Versailles and breakdancing in the Place de la Concorde. As envisioned by the Paris Olympic Organizing Committee, France's prestigious architectural heritage and landmarks will be combined with traditional sporting events to create a new spectator experience. It'll showcase the traditional and modern beauty of the city of Paris in multiple ways.
Although there are still three years to go before the Paris Olympics, we can't wait to launch several travel packages for the Paris Olympics. With our partnership with Accor Hotels, a major sponsor of the Paris Olympics, we invite you to visit Paris in 2024 with our exclusive packages to satisfy your deepest wanderlust.
Our Paris Summer Games Travel Packages give you the Olympic experience you’ve been dreaming of your entire life.
All of our quick trip and standard packages include the following:
Don’t wait, plan early, and we will see you in Paris!
France, a country that is both literary and romantic, has a long history and culture and charming rural scenery. There are magnificent blue coasts and gorgeous lavender flowers. There are exquisite French meals and sweet wines. Traveling to France, every day is surrounded by romance, and every scenery is fascinating.
Everyone has a France in his heart. It may be the Mona Lisa in the Louvre; it may be a cruise ship on the French Riviera, it may be a small town on the wine road, it may be a flower field in Provence.
We have partnered with Odysway, a Paris-based French travel agency specialized in immersive travel, local communities, and eco-responsible adventures. We will make your Paris experience more enjoyable by creating your adventure from scratch. We look for the best, reliable guides who can deliver an exceptional experience and receive our travelers, precisely like what we have done for the Beijing Summer and Winter Games.
There are 20 districts in Paris, centered on the Seine River, arranged in a clockwise snail shape. The number of "districts" is not just a zip code; it also represents where you are. Therefore, before booking a hotel, you must first understand the overview of these 20 districts. Don't just look at the hotel's price without considering other factors such as public security, transportation, and the distance of attractions (French fares are pretty expensive).
France Adventure Club ( Club de l'aventure française) is working with major hotels to offer safe and comfortable accommodation from economy to luxury for your Olympic vacation in Paris and France. Extra benefits such as complimentary breakfast, hotel credit, early check-in & late check-out, VIP welcome (management greeting, amenity…), complimentary WIFI, etc., will be included in our welcome package.
Speaking of the Champ de Mars, you may not have any impression, but it must be known to everyone when it comes to the Eiffel Tower on the Champ de Mars. The Eiffel Tower, known as the "Paris Observatory," is a technical masterpiece in the history of world architecture and a cultural symbol of France. In addition to the aura brought by the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars itself is also of great significance. It is a symbol of peace. A peaceful wall in the center of the square is made of glass, metal, and other materials. The wall is filled with the words "peace" in 32 languages, and the 32 columns arranged around are also engraved with the words "peace." It is in line with the Olympic pursuit of peace. The vision coincides. During the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, Champ de Mars will stage exciting events such as triathlon, open-air swimming, and beach volleyball.
Les Invalides in Paris is a symbol of France's honor and power. It was built during the most prosperous and powerful period in France. At the main entrance of Les Invalides is a church of Saint Louis with a tall domed roof, where the famous Napoleon I rested. Napoleon left a will: "I wish my body lie on the banks of the Seine, among the French people I have loved so much." Today, the Les Invalides has converted into a cannon museum and a military history museum. The French presidents use it to welcome visiting foreign leaders or grand state funerals. In 2024, the volleyball, badminton, archery,and other competitions of the Paris Olympic Games will be held in the most sacred and glorious land in the hearts of the French.
The "Royal Boulevard" connecting Place de la Concorde and Place Charles de Gaulle is lined with historical monuments. There are the large and small palaces, the Champs-Élysées Circus Theatre, and the Arc de Triomphe, which has been burning the "Fire of the Unknown Soldier" since 1923. It is a gathering place for many theaters and French cultural monuments. Here have witnessed countless moments of glory in France. "Champs Elysees" originally means "land of heaven." It is the paradise where the gods favored heroes in Greek mythology live after their death. The endless stream of streets will regularly usher in two major events every year: the French National Day parade on July 14 and the sprint of the Tour de France. This Olympics will also conduct in the sprint competition of the road bicyclewithout any suspense.
The Grand Palais in Paris and Les Invalides across the river were built to host the 1900 World Exposition. After the World Expo, other buildings were demolished one by one, except for the exquisite and majestic Paris Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower, which are the symbols of Paris and France. This building, which has more than 100 years, has become an exhibition hall. Under the glass dome of the Grand Palace, the works of well-known antique collectors, decorators, and artists are gathered. The first international antique biennale with a modern scale was held here, as wells as the auction of fashion celebrity Yves Saint Laurent and the solo exhibition of Christian Boltanski. In 2024, it will complete its last renovation and become a venue for hosting Olympic fencing and taekwondocompetitions.
If any building can best represent French history, it must be the Palace of Versailles built by Louis XIV. The Palace of Versailles can be described as a monument in the history of human civilization, with the art of architecture reaching its peak. The Palace of Versailles covers an area of 1.11 million square meters. The palace building covers an area of 110,000 square meters. The garden covers an area of 1 million square meters. The shape of the palace is symmetrical, the outline is neat, solemn, and majestic, and the interior decoration is either extravagant or exquisite. The Palace of Versailles witnessed France's romantic and glorious history and saw Paris's legacy in the history of the Olympic Games. The Palace of Versailles has been confirmed as the 2024 Paris Olympic Games venue to host equestrian triathlons (jumping, dressage, and cross-country)events.
In "8 Minutes in Paris", "Marseille" is played in the Stade de France. The Stade de France is the largest stadium in France. It was born for the 1998 World Cup, and it is a pilgrimage site for fans of the French national football team. This stadium witnessed France's victory in the 1998 World Cup and the Six Nations Rugby Championship. The Stade de France was designed in collaboration with four famous architects. It can accommodate 80,000 spectators and cost about 280 million Euros. It was the most expensive stadium in the world at that time. After the stadium's completion, it has always been the home stadium of the French national football team. The French stadium will host the Olympic track and rugbyevents with a brand new look.
Place de la Concorde is located on the north bank of the Seine and is one of the most famous squares in France. The square is octagonal, and in the center stands an Egyptian obelisk gifted to Charles V by the Governor of Egypt. The obelisk is carved out of a whole piece of pink granite and is full of Egyptian hieroglyphs. There are eight statues of goddesses around the square, symbolizing the eight major cities of France and implying the unity and unity of France. Whenever the Hua Deng first arrives and walks into it, it will make people feel like they are in a fairyland. Here, people can overlook the dancing of Chiba in the Tuileries Garden and the rippling waves of the Seine River. In the 2024 Paris Olympics, Place de la Concorde will be the venue for some outdoor sportscompetitions.
The 2024 Olympic surfing competition will be held at the famous attraction of Tahiti-Teahupu Beach (Teahupoo). The Islands of Tahiti is an overseas territory of France, with more than 15,700 kilometers from Paris. This arrangement will refresh the longest distance between the two venues in the history of the Olympic Games. The Tahiti Islands is one of the birthplaces of surfing. It is like spring in all seasons and rich in products. It is called "the place closest to paradise."
The concept of the Paris Olympic Organizing Committee is to promote and protect the unique natural environment of this island. It also considers the needs of local community residents and leaving an Olympic heritage for the local area. With waves and waves on this small island, we still seem to feel the brave legend of the early surfers.
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French Adventure Club is not in any way sponsored by, affiliated with, nor a partner of The International Olympic Committee or Paris Organising Committee and the use of the word “Olympics” is for descriptive and informational purposes only. French Adventure Club (with its sister company Great Wall Adventure Club) is a travel company offering full service travel packages and experiences to the Beijing 2008, Tokyo 2020, and Beijing 2022 Games.