Jo Paris 2024: The journey of the Olympic flame in Seine-Saint-Denis – cities, date and route

Jo Paris 2024: The journey of the Olympic flame in Seine-Saint-Denis – cities, date and route
Jo Paris 2024: The journey of the Olympic flame in Seine-Saint-Denis – cities, date and route

Seine-Saint-Denis, this department where the Olympic Games will vibrate intensely, promises us a lively and festive torch journey. Discover the detailed route in the different cities and what awaits you this Thursday July 25 and Friday July 26, 2024.

As we approach the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, Seine-Saint-Denis is preparing to play a key role in the festivities. The department will welcome the passage of the Olympic flamethrough many towns in the department.

Detailed route of the Olympic flame

THE July 25, 2024the Olympic flame will begin its journey through Seine-Saint-Denis, visiting emblematic places and passing through 21 cities of the department. This journey will highlight areas often less exposed to the international spotlight, while celebrating the Olympic spirit of solidarity and diversity.

The Olympic flame will travel the Seine-Saint-Denis over a period of one and a half days, starting on July 25, 2024 and continuing until the morning of July 26, 2024, just before the opening ceremony of the Games. This relay will affect the following cities:

  • Aubervilliers
  • Aulnay sous Bois
  • Bagnolet
  • Bobigny
  • Bondy
  • Drancy
  • The Courneuve
  • The Lilacs
  • Livry-Gargan
  • Montreuil
  • Neuilly-sur-Marne
  • Noisy-le-Grand
  • Noisy-le-Sec
  • Puppet
  • Les Pavillons-sous-Bois
  • Pierrefitte-sur-Seine
  • Romainville
  • St Denis
  • Sevran
  • Stains
  • Tremblay-en-France

The strong points

The flame will be welcomed in emblematic places such as the Basilica of Saint-DenisTHE National Archives in Pierrefitte-sur-SeineTHE Shoah Memorial in DrancyTHE Picasso Arena in Noisy-le-Grandand the Ourcq canal. THE Georges-Valbon departmental park in La Courneuve will organize a big celebration on the eve of the opening ceremony, inaugurating the official website of the Games in Seine-Saint-Denis.

Paralympic Flame

THE August 27, 2024the Paralympic flame will follow its own route in the department, touching towns like Montfermeil, Clichy-sous-Bois, Livry-Gargan, Sevran, Epinay-sur-Seine, Villetaneuse, Le Pré-Saint-Gervais, Pantin and Bobigny, with a notable passage through the basilica of Saint-Denis.

Bearers of the Flame

From first carriers of the flame, local figures such as Mélonin Noumonvi, wrestling champion, and Mehdi Akaouch, committed athlete from Pierrefitte, will highlight the richness and diversity of the Seine-Saint-Denis territory.

THE route of the Olympic flame in Seine-Saint-Denis promises to be a significant event, reflecting the vitality and diversity of this department, essential to the Paris region. This event foreshadows not only future competitions but also the pride and commitment of local communities to the Olympic spirit.

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