The 16th arrondissement is the closest district to the stadium and also close to most of the main tourist attractions in Paris, so you can tie in your visit with some sightseeing. The 8th arrondissement is also conveniently located for watching the game. On the 28th of June, France will play the USA in the quarter finals, so choosing an apartment here will ensure you’re at the centre of all the action.
Located on the second floor of an elegant Haussmann building, this large, stylish, and fully-air conditioned apartment gives you the luxury Parisian experience you deserve. In the 8th arrondissement, this apartment is situated within the area of the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, which is one of the most famous avenues in the world and not far from the football ground.
The 16th arrondissement is home to Paris’ most affluent neighbourhoods and the area houses numerous ornate 19th century buildings, large avenues, prestigious schools, museums and parks. It’s also the location of several professional sporting events held in the different stadiums in the district as well as this stunning luxury apartment. Your perfect home away from home while watching the football.
This 8th floor luxury apartment provides guests with sweeping views of the city and a generously sized terrace, perfect for al fresco dining. In the 16th arrondissement, it is within walking distance of Parc des Princes Stadium so there’s no need to worry about getting transport to and from the game.
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Of course, you’re here for the football, but the game is only 90 minutes, so plan some other activities to keep you busy on your visit. Local Parisian football team are one of the most famous squads in the world and you can take a tour of the iconic Paris Saint Germain stadium. The tour will take you on a 70 minutes exploration of the whole ground, from the top of the stands to the subs bench, and from the VIP boxes to the players dressing rooms. If you want to do something less football orientated, then why not make the most of the sunny summer weather and head to one of the best parks in Paris? Soak up some rays and enjoy watching the locals. For more ideas, read our guide to what to do in Paris in spring to find some other activities to fill your free time with.
All the football (even if you’re just watching it) will ensure you work up an appetite, and luckily, you’re in the right place. Paris is a foodies paradise and the area around the stadium is brimming with wonderful restaurants and bars. Whether you’re after breakfast, brunch, or a mouth-watering crepe, you’ll find it all nearby. The French are famous for their bakeries, so you mustn’t leave Paris without tracking down one of the best croissants in the city. If all the carbs mean you’re struggling to stay awake for the big game, be sure to indulge in one of the best coffees in Paris to get your caffeine fix.