Paris 2024 Olympic Games venue map with public transport options

Here you can see a regional location map for each venue hosting events for the Paris 2024 Olympics and Paralympics with the various public transport options to get you to and from these sporting events in addition to a short breakdown of what each Olympic venue is plus what events they are playing host to.

Map of Paris 2024 Olympic venues with public transport options

Paris 2024 Olympic venue transport map
On the above map each different Olympic venue is highlighted in pink along with its various transport options including Metro, Tram, RER and Transilien train lines that you would need so you can get to these Olympic events, plus you will see the main transport options for Charles de Gaulle Airport, and the extension to Metro line 14, that comes into operation just before the Paris 2024 Olympic games, which will then take you directly to Orly Airport.

Paris 2024 Olympic venues and transport maps available:

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2024 Olympic Games venues in Paris and Ile de France

Paris 2024 Olympic Games Venues

Aquatics Centre:

A new stadium in the Seine-Saint-Denis area constructed for the 2024 Olympics that will be a permanent venue for multi-sports including swimming, diving, other water events, etc that will also connect to the Stade de France.

- Artistic Swimming - 5th to 10th August at 7:30pm
- Diving - 27th July, 29th July, 31st July at 11:00am
- Water Polo - 27th July to 3rd August at various times daily

Bercy Arena:

Also known as Accor Arena and originally the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy Stadium (POPB), this iconic venue is located in the 12th Arrondissement of Paris and play host to numerous international sporting events each year.

- Artistic Gymnastics – 27th July to 1st August and 3rd August to 5th August at various times
- Basketball - 4th August and 6th August to 11th August at various times
- Trampoline - Finals - 2nd August

Champ de Mars Arena:

Also referred to as the Grand Palais Ephemere, this is a temporary structure that was built in front of the Ecole Militaire to host events while the Grand Palais was undergoing renovations, and therefore this will remain in place during the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics, but will be dismantled in late 2024.

- Judo - 27th July to 3rd August at various times
- Wrestling - 5th to 11th August at various times
Top of The Eiffel Tower Paris

Champions Park:

Officially known as the Jardins du Trocadero, or Trocadero Gardens in English, this will be completely transformed for the duration of the games in a spectacular setting to celebrate the achievements of the many athletes that will take part in the Paris 2024 Olympics, plus there will be various performances and cultural activities during the day.

-  Award Ceremonies - 29th July, 31st July to 1st August, 5th August to 10th August - Various opening and finishing times, but open to all for free, yet limited capacity.

Chateau de Versailles:

The former palace of French Royalty located on the outskirts of Paris that is famous for the Hall of Mirrors and its impressive gardens, the Chateau de Versailles is a World Heritage site and popular tourist attraction that will aptly be home to the dressage and show jumping equestrian events.

- Equestrian - 27th July to 6th August at various times
- Modern Pentathlon (including fencing, riding, etc) - 8th to 11th August at various times

Eiffel Tower Stadium:

This is a temporary outdoor venue for the Paris 2024 Olympics that is located within the famous Champ de Mars gardens at the foot of the Eiffel Tower where people enjoy picnics, enjoying the illuminations and various celebrations such as Bastille Day.

- Beach Volleyball - 27th July to 10th August at various times
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Elancourt Hill:

Colline d’Elancourt, as it is called in French, is situated in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines on the site of former sandstone quarries, it is the highest point within the Paris region and was completely regenerated in the 1980s to become a public park, and further enhancements have been made to provide biking trails for the Olympics, which will remain in place after the games for all to enjoy.

- Mountain biking - 28th to 29th July at 2:10pm

Golf National:

One of Europe’s most prestigious golf venues that has two 18 hole courses including the challenging l’Albatros, which has played host to international competitions including the Ryder Cup, this is the venue that will host the Olypics golf event and continue to host the French Golf Open each year after.

- Golf - 1st to 10th August - 9am start time

Grand Palais:

Originally constructed for the 1900 World Fair in Paris, the Grand Palais has been undergoing renovations since 2021, but a part of this impressive building will be open for the Paris 2024 Olympics, as it has play host to the World Fencing Championships each year since 2010.

- Fencing - 27th July to 4th August at various times
- Taekwondo - 7th to 10th August at various times
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Hotel de Ville:

This has been the Paris City Hall since the 1300s and even though it was burned down during the Paris Commune in the 1800s, it was rebuilt in the exact same style and continues its role to this day, with the square in front regularly playing host to many events.

- Athletics - Various venues - various disciplines, dates and times
- Marathon - starting point - no schedule available at present


Located in front of Les Invaldes or Hotel des Invalides that houses museums including the Tomb of Napoleon, you have the grounds called the Esplanade des Invalides, which is often utilised for various events. In an exceptional setting between this historical building and the Pont Alexander III bridge, a temporary stage for Olympic games including archery will be set up.

Archery - 25th July and 28th July to 4th August
Athletics - Various venues - various disciplines, dates and times
Road Cycling - Various venues and 4th August

La Concorde:

Encompassing Place de la Concorde that is undoubtedly the most famous square in Paris, nestled between the Tuileries Gardens and the start of the Champs-Elysees Avenue, this will be temporarily transformed into various open air venues for different events referred to as urban sports. But upon dismantling, these sports structures will be redeployed to other areas for locals to benefit from.

- 3X3 Basketball - 30th July to 5th August
- Breaking - no schedule available at present
- BMX Freestyle Cycling - no schedule available at present
- Skateboarding - no schedule available at present
Gare de Lyon Clock Paris

Le Bourget Sport Climbing Venue:

This was a new sports facility purposely built for the Paris 2024 Olympics in the Bourget area of the Paris region, Ile de France, and will be playing host to the sport climbing events of speed, bouldering and lead climbing, with these being a new addition for the 2024 Olympic games.

- Sport climbing - 5th to 10th August - various times from 10am

North Paris Arena:

This is officially known as the Villepinte Exhibition Centre and is the largest exhibition centre in France that is located in the Seine-Saint-Denis area on the outskirts of Paris, which will be transformed for the Paris 2024 Olympic games in order to accommodate thousands of spectators.

- Boxing - 27th July to 3rd August then at Roland Garros Stadium
- Modern Pentathlon - no schedule available at present

Parc des Princes Stadium:

Situated in the 16th Arrondissement of Paris close to Bois de Boulogne, this iconic stadium has been home to the Paris Saint-Germain football team since the 1970s and as well as playing host to football matches, it is also used for concerts, continuing its role after the games have finished.

- Football - Multiple venues throughout the competition - Men’s Gold Medal match takes place here 9th August
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Parc Georges-Valbon:

Located in Courneuve within the Seine-Saint-Denis area on the outskirts of Paris, the torch relay will finish at this park, which is the third largest in within the Ile de France region, and open to all there will be many festivities activities for all prior to the arrival of the last torchbearer.

- Torch Relay and the last Torchbearer arrival who will light the Olympic Cauldron in a ceremony - 25th July - free from 3:30pm to 7:45pm

Paris La Defense Arena:

Located on the outskirts of central Paris in Nanterre by the Defense area, this state of the art facility only opened in 2017, and not only has it become the home to the rugby team Racing 92, it plays host to numerous events from performances to sports, and conventions, etc.
- Swimming - 27th July to 4th August
- Water Polo - Starts at the Aquatic Centre, then 4th to 11th August

Pont Alexander III:

Spanning the River Seine between Les Invalides and the Grand Palais, this is referred to as the most elaborate and ornate bridge in Paris that was originally constructed for the 1900 World Fair, and it will be at the heart of the Olympic Games seeing many events unfold.

- Road cycling
- Marathon Swimming - 8th to 9th August at 7:30am
- Triathlon - 30th to 31st July and 5th August at 8am
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Porte de la Chapelle Arena:

Located on the outskirts of Paris in the 18th Arrondissement, Also known as the Adidas Arena, this multipurpose venue with an eco-friendly design was started in 2020 and will be able to seat 8,000 people for sporting events, concerts, etc plus will be the new home of the Paris Basketball team.

- Badminton - 27th July to 5th August at various times
- Rhythmics Gymnastics - 8th to 10th August with a 10am start time

Stade Rolland Garros:

An iconic stadium situated by the Bois de Boulogne and close to the Parc des Princes, this legendary venue plays host to the Grand Slam French Open Tennis each year, and for the Paris 2024 Olympics it will not only host the tennis competitions but an additional event as well.

- Boxing - Starts at North Paris Arena, then 4th August and 6th to 10 August here
- Tennis - 27th July to 4th August

Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines BMX Stadium:

A dedicated BMX Stadium that is part of the Velodrome complex in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines within the Paris region of Ile de France, the track is going to be completely re-designed for the 2024 Olympic games, yet afterwards the venue will remain and be open to the public for young and old at any skill level.

- BMX Racing - 1st to 2nd August from 8pm
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Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Velodrome:

A dedicated cycling venue officially called the Velodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, which opened its doors in 2014, it is home to the French Cycling Federation and amongst other events has hosted the track cycling World Championships in 2015, the European Championships in 2016, before now becoming a venue for the Paris 2024 Olympics.

-  Track Cycling - 5th to 11th August at various times

South Paris Arena:

Officially called the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, it was originally constructed in the 1920s and developed over the years along with an extensive renovation programme that has taken place over the last 10, this impressive exhibition venue in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris will be a major hub for the Olympic games hosting several events and areas for logistics.

- Handball - 25th July and 27th July to 3rd August
- Table Tennis - 27th July to 10th August
- Volleyball - 27th July to 11th August
- Weightlifting - 7th to 11th August

Stade de France:

Stade de France is located in the Saint-Denis area of the Paris region it is the largest stadium in France that was build for the 1998 Football World Cup and continues its legacy hosting many of the largest sporting events such as the World Athletics Championships in 2003 and 2007, Euro 2016 Football and 2023 Rugby World Cup.

- Athletics - Various events - 2nd to 10th August at various times
- Rugby Sevens - 24th to 25th July and 27th to 30th July
Canauxrama boat cruises Paris


The impressive position of Trocadero looking over to the Eiffel Tower on the opposite side of the River Seine, will be transformed into an incredible spectators viewing platform to see various events unfold such as the marathon, road cycling, etc as will the Pont d’Iena bridge that connects the two Paris landmarks.

- Athletics - No schedule available at present
- Road cycling - 3rd August Men’s at 11am - 4th August Women’s at 2pm

Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium:

This is called the Varies-Torcy Leisure Base, which is a vast complex for water sports with a lake for paddle-boarding, canoeing, windsurfing, etc and a major project was envisioned to have a main stadium for white water sports along with landscaping, living areas and much more. This is the only one of its kind in Europe and only one of three in the world with Beijing and Sydney that have the facilities to host Olympic and Paralympic canoe-kayak and rowing events that first opened in 2019.

- Canoe Slalom - 27th July to 5th August at various times
- Canoe Sprint - 6th August to 10th August at various times
- Rowing - 27th July to 3rd August at various times

Yves-du-Manoir Stadium:

Located in the Hauts-de-Seine area of the Paris region, it was first constructed in 1924 to host the Olympic games that year, and 100 years later, it will play host to events at the Paris 2024 Olympics. It has of course been renovated over the years and new buildings have also been constructed to expand this iconic venue that will become home to the French Hockey Federation along with having additional hockey, football and rugby pitches.

- Hockey - 27th July to 9th August at various times

There are additional venues throughout France for events such as the football for example, along with a first for the Olympics, including a completely different country -  Tahiti, which is one of the French territories and will play host to the surfing. Yet this is a guide to Paris and its region Ile de France.

Also, please note that schedules, venues and times may vary and are subject to change until the conclusion of the games, so this is a guide only and we recommend you check directly with the event organisers for the most up to date information, especially just prior and as the Paris 2024 Olympics and Paralympics are underway.