La Plaine Saint-Denis district

La Plaine Saint-Denis district is situated in the north of Porte de la Chapelle and includes, historically, the towns of Saint-Denis, Aubervilliers and Saint-Ouen.

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This old industrial district has been revitalized since the eighties. This can be seen with the construction of Stade de France, the covered A1 highway and the two main RER stations which now serve Plaine Saint-Denis. Television studios have set up here and several major companies have decided to leave Paris for this area.

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Use the interactive map to locate places, transport and tourist sites. With two train stations, a metro line and several bus lines, the sites to visit in Paris and in the Paris region are made easily accessible.

Père-Lachaise: 38 min
Paris Gare du Nord station: 11 min by RER
Saint-Michel Notre Dame: 26 min by RER
Docks de Paris, magasins généraux: 30 min
Saint-Denis market: 15 min

The mythic Stade de France hosts a wonderful agenda of sports events: (6 nations Tournament, Euro, Athletics Meeting de Paris...) large scale concerts (U2, Coldplay, Beyoncé).

Back stage visits of the stadium for groups and individuals are organized all year long.

La Plaine Saint-Denis district has 2 train stations which link Saint-Denis to the center of Paris in just a few minutes. Each day many people take these lines to join the business centers and their place of work.

Fratellini circus puts on shows and proposes spaces to hire for your business events.

Canal Saint-Denis flows from La Villette to Saint-Denis. Visitors can admire street-art frescoes on the banks of Canal St-Denis. © Guilhem Vellut

Magasins Généraux de Paris are located in Aubervilliers and Saint-Denis. These revitalized old warehouses are now used for business events, such as the Docks de Paris, business centers or television studios.

La Plaine Saint-Denis district, a former working-class area, has undergone transformation for several years now. The slab of concrete covering the A1 highway (see photo on the left: avenue du président Wilson). Old and new are well integrated into the landscape. (See photo on the right rue Cristino Garcia, quarter of Petite Espagne.

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