A Football Trip In Paris

In order to satisfy the football fans who love traveling, we specially go to the home of football clubs which have reached the top 16. In order to satisfy the football fans who love traveling, we specially go to the home of football clubs which have reached the round of 16. This blog takes you first to Saint-germain (Paris).

Most people are familiar with Paris and are aware of its charms. The capital of France, this city attracts lovers, families and friends to stroll along the Seine, dine in star-rated restaurants, and explore some of the most revered museums in the world were moved to tears by what they saw. In fact, Paris is also doing well on the soccer field, with the home team, Paris saint-germain, the most successful club in France and often a major force in Europe in the UEFA Champions League the big threat! The Parc des Princes, the club’s main stadium, is in the posh neighborhood of Boulogne, with plenty of dining options and entertainment outside football.
How about a trip to the capital of Paris, visiting fan zones and fan bars, or a pre-game dinner at a quality restaurant, a soccer-themed weekend and a closer look at the other side of Paris? Meet the team: PSG Paris saint-germain, founded in 1970, has a relatively short history among European clubs, but many famous players have won glory on the pitch wearing maroon and red striped blue jerseys. Some of the most admired heroes include himself the departing stars are David Ginola, George Weah, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani, as well as current player Tanya goshihwa (Thiago Silva, Neymar, etc.) Although PSG has yet to win the UEFA Champions League, it has won it seven times and the Coupe DE France won the break recorded 12 championships.

Prince’s park – Loindu16e

The club has been at Parc des Princes since 1973; Before Stade DE France opened in 1998, it was also the home of the French national team, with a seating capacity of 47,929,

There are three splendid VIP areas. During the most important matches, the stadium is always crowded, so make sure to book tickets as early as possible.
If you want to be in the hottest spot, surrounded by the craziest fans, book tickets to the Tribune Boulogne or the Tribune Auteuil stands!
Prior to the European cup of nations in 2016, prince’s park was renovated, the seats are now relatively spacious and comfortable, and a photo exhibition has been added to record the club’s presence.
Sometimes the stadium hosts guided Tours of the trophy room, dressing rooms and players’ aisles. You will also have the opportunity to walk around the side of the pitch! For more information on the schedule and ticketing, please refer to the club’s website.
How to get there: if you rent a car in Paris, it takes about an hour to drive to the stadium from Paris Charles DE Gaulle Airport and half an hour from the city center. numerous Traffic jams may occur during busy hours and on game days. You can also take metro line 9 from the city centre to Porte DE saint-cloud, a five-minute walk to the stadium. In addition, 22, 62 and 72. Buses stop here.

Loindu16e is a great place for meals and activities

The Parc des Princes is located in one of Paris’s more affluent boulogne-billancourt neighborhoods, within five kilometers of the city center in the Loindu16e arrondissement west of Paris. In the hustle and bustle of Paris (espOn the big match day, boulogne is a land of relaxation, Almost every street in the district has cozy bars and bistros; If you want to eat and drink before the game, there are plenty of choices. Some of the most acclaimed restaurants in the neighborhood include the Palais du Bonheur, a high-end Chinese restaurant, and LeCardinal kids restaurant and Les Petits Insolents modern French restaurant with a laid-back atmosphere. Want something new? You can also take a walk near the Cimetiere Mairie DE Paris cemetery, which is famous for its elaborate tombs! Fans interested in visiting the national team’s home stadium, the stade DE France, are about a half-hour drive from the parque des princes to the northern suburb of st-denis. The course regularly hosts guided Tours by active players. Players show visitors around dressing rooms, turf and other areas.

Palais du Bonheur, 131 Rue Michel Ange, 75016 Paris
Le Cardinal, 5 Place de la Porte de Saint-Cloud, 75016 Paris
Les Petits Insolents, 2 Place Léon Deubel, 75016 Paris
Cimetière Mairie de Paris, 57 Rue Claude Lorrain, 75016 Paris

Post-match celebration

Why not join the blue shirts in boulogne’s wine bars and nightclubs? Some bars are even more crowded to get people out on the street! There will be dedicated fan zones throughout Paris during major tournaments

A few weeks before the event. When the team wins big, fans gather on the city’s most famous landmarks and streets. When saint-germain won the 2018 French first division soccer league, for example, fans flocked to the Eiffel Tower) area; In the same year, when France won the World Cup, fans set off fireworks and parades on the champs-elysees.
For many fans, pushing into the Bastille Bar des Familles is no match, even if they can’t make it to the games, and sometimes the atmosphere is even hotter. If you prefer the better ones Pogdian, meanwhile, enjoys beer and hamburgers with locals at the Cannibale Cafe in district 11, which sometimes broadcasts same-day games. And saint-germain-des-pres. The Moose, a sports bar with multiple screens, is also worth a visit.

Cannibale Café, 93 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Paris
The Moose, 16 Rue des Quatre Vents, 75006 Paris

Hang out in Paris

Paris is full of bars, some in fancy hotels, others in basement bars with live jazz bands. If you want to take a lazy look at cabaret (like the classic red)

Moulin Rouge, cocktail light, Pigalle; Nearby Montmartre has a myriad of lesser-known nightclubs and bars.
The area outside the tourist resort is usually relatively affordable, and the atmosphere is more casual; Bordered by the Seine, districts 12 and 13 are popular with young hipsters; But at its most fashionable, it is still not republican. Republique and Oberkampf are among them, with a cluster of lounges and live music venues, open from happy hour until late at night. On the other hand, Le Marais in sector 4 It’s also quite lively, known for its LGBT+ gay nightclubs and late-night canteens.
Have you flipped? This is Paris! In addition to serving cocktails and a variety of wines, the rooftop Restaurant Toit Terrasse Molitor boasts an unbeatable view of the Eiffel Tower and views of the prince from afarPark course!

Restaurant Toit Terrasse Molitor, 6 Avenue de la Porte Molitor, 75016 Paris

To Paris:

Paris is accessible by air from most major British cities – 1 hour and 15 minutes from London; 1.5 hours from Manchester; It takes one hour and fifty minutes from Newcastle and Edinburgh the clock; The journey from Dublin takes an hour and 45 minutes. Paris has a wide selection of hotels that cater to different budgets and tastes. The city’s east end is more fashionable, while districts 14 and 15 are more peaceful and suitable for families.
Ready to enjoy the game in one of the most romantic cities in the world? In the French capital, you can either take a walk in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower or take a tour of saint-germain (or its rivals) at parque des princes. Cheering is the best choice for a city trip.

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