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What you should know about Saint-Denis

Celebrated for its ancient Gothic basilica, innovative performing arts scene, and cool neighborhood vibes, the up-and-coming suburb of Saint-Denis in northern Paris gives visitors the chance to have an affordable Paris vacation just minutes from the city center. Boasting sites as varied as the Canal Saint-Denis, built during the reign of Napoleon, and the Stade de France, one of Paris’ most iconic modern-day monuments, Saint-Denis is a neighborhood that offers tourists a unique blend of old and new Paris.

Hotels in Saint-Denis


Those looking for budget hotels in Saint-Denis will find plenty of options that don’t compromise on quality. The Café Hôtel de l'Avenir is especially popular with savvy travelers who appreciate its central location and warm welcome. There’s also a good selection of 4-star hotels in Saint-Denis, such as the stylish and modern Novotel Paris Saint Denis Centre Stade, located right next to the Stade de France. The neighborhood is also popular with business travelers who are drawn to the many good-quality business hotels in Saint-Denis, such as the highly rated Courtyard by Marriott Paris Saint Denis, which has a huge conference center, 3 meeting rooms, and its very own fitness center.

Things to see in Saint-Denis


This suburb takes its name from the Basilica Cathedral of Saint Denis, thought to be one of the first Gothic churches in the country. Virtually all members of the former French monarchy are buried here, and their eerily impressive tombs are still on display today. Right across from the Basilica is perhaps the neighborhood’s most treasured institution, the Stade de France. Built for the 1998 World Cup, the year of the home side’s famous win over Brazil, France’s national soccer and rugby stadium regularly plays host to major sporting and music events. It is well worth a visit, even just to take in the splendor of the 80,000-seater colossus, the third-largest stadium in Europe. Those more into the arts can take a behind-the-scenes tour of Cité du Cinéma, Paris’ answer to Hollywood. The huge film studio complex was founded by Luc Besson and films such as Taken 2 & 3 and Lucy were filmed here.

Good for sport lovers and budget travelers


For soccer and rugby fanatics looking to stay close to the action, it doesn’t get much better than Saint-Denis. France’s national teams in both sports play their home games at the Stade de France, located right across the river from the basilica in Saint-Denis. The abundance of affordable accommodation in Saint-Denis, combined with its relatively low-priced bars, restaurants, and vintage stores, make it a great choice for travelers on a budget. You’ll easily beat the prices of downtown Paris by staying here, and the fantastic transportation links mean you’re never far from the center of Paris.

How to get to Saint-Denis


Taxis are the most direct mode of transportation to your Saint-Denis hotel from Paris’ main airports, and there are plenty available. Otherwise, a shuttle bus from Orly and the RER train from Charles de Gaulle will take you to the metro, with lines 4, 8, and 9 running to Strasbourg-Saint-Denis station. Saint-Denis is a large suburb, but most hotels are within walking distance of the main attractions. There are also several metro stations in the neighborhood if you’ve had enough walking for one day or wish to venture into the center of Paris.

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