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2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Looking to buy tickets to attend an Olympic and Paralympic Games event in France? Wondering where to stay during the events? Find in this section all the practical information concerning your stay in France during the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.


Tickets for the 2024 Olympic Games

The 2024 Olympic Games will take place from July 26 to August 11 2024 in France. Only one official website ensures the sale of tickets for the Olymics.

How to book accommodation

Once you have reserved your tickets for the Olympic or Paralympic Games, the next step is to find a place to stay in France. What types of accommodation are available? How can you book them?

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Package travel to France

For your stay in France, you want to opt for a package travel. Learn more about the consumer protection rules which apply.

Phone, Internet and TV streaming

Can I use my cell phone in France? What should you look out for if you buy a French SIM card? Can I use my TV streaming service during my stay?

Travelling by plane

If you are travelling by plane to France for the 2024 Olympic Games, find out all about your rights in this article.

Travelling by train

If you are travelling by train to France to attend the 2024 Olympics, this article contains a tool to help you find out about your rights.

Online purchases

Information and advice for your purchase online for the 2024 Olympics in France.

Shopping in France

While assisting the Olympics and Paralympics in France, you wish to benefit from the offers of the French market? Basic rules about shopping in France in this article.

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Public transport in Paris

During the Paris Olympics and Paralympics, public transportation can help you get around the city. Find out all you need to know about busses, the metro lines and RER trains.

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Travelling by car

If you are travelling by car to France for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, find out what you need to know to avoid any problems on the road.

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Rent a car

Before renting a vehicle during the 2024 Olympics, find out all about insurance, options and pitfalls to avoid in this article.


How can I change currency into euros? What is the maximum amount of money I can have on arrival in the European Union? Which bank cards are accepted in France?

Visa to come to France

For your stay in France during the 2024 Olympic Games, in certain cases you will need to apply for a visa to travel to and stay in France. Make sure you have all the necessary documents for your trip and check the following points.

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Who can help me in case of a problem?

Find the steps to follow to settle your dispute and useful contact details in case of problem during the 2024 Olympic Games.

Restaurant and meal delivery

How to know the origin of the products in the restaurant in France ? Is a tip obligatory in France? Do you have to pay for a glass of water?

Taxi or a chauffeur-driven car in France

To get around during the 2024 Olympics in France, how identify a taxi or chauffeur-driven car? How much does a taxi or VTC journey cost? Find out all you need to know in this article.

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Travel by bus

If you're traveling by bus to France to attend the 2024 Olympics or Paralympics, find out all about your rights.

Travel by ship or ferry

If you're traveling by ferry to France for the 2024 Olympics or Paralympics, find out all about your rights.

Health care

If you need to be treated during your stay in France, find in this article all the information on buying and transporting medication, recognition of foreign prescriptions and emergency numbers.

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