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Seine-St Denis tourist informationwhere to go - what to see - what to do
The Seine-Saint-Denis department lies to the northeast of Paris and is the home to the majestic football stadium or Stade de France. Guided visits will recount France's world cup win in 1998.
One of the best ways to discover this department is to hop on a canal boat which takes you along the Seine river and the Ourcq canal.
Alternatively head to the nature parks such as Parc de la Courneuve or Parc du Sausset each with its own charm. The Centre Ornithologiqe d'Ile de France is also worth a visit for its free films on environmental issues.
Places to see include religious monuments and churches including the Eglise Notre Dame des Vertus with its colourful stained glass and Baroque fašade.
- Antiques Fair at Saint-Ouen - La Marche aux Puces is the largest antiques market in the world and an experience for the experienced and beginners alike.
- Aeroport le Bourget - Le Musee de L'Air et de L'Espace has one of the most extensive collections of flying machines in the world.
- Basilica St Denis - apparently a decapitated St Denis struggled here trying to keep hold of his head. An abbey was built here in remembrance.
- Unique urban park - La Villette marries nature & architecture with leisure & culture in this spectacular urban park.