2 days in Seine-Saint-Denis Itinerary

2 days in Seine-Saint-Denis Itinerary

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Fly to Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Drive to Saint-Denis
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Saint-Denis
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Drive to Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Fly to Vancouver

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Saint-Denis — 1 night

Saint-Denis is a commune in the northern suburbs of Paris, France. On the 12th (Tue), admire the striking features of Basilica Cathedral of Saint-Denis, get curious at Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace - National Air and Space Museum of France, then buy something for everyone on your list at Aeroville, and finally take in the architecture and atmosphere at église Saint-Sulpice d'Aulnay-sous-Bois.

For more things to do, other places to visit, reviews, and tourist information, use the Saint-Denis day trip tool.

Vancouver, Canada to Saint-Denis is an approximately 14-hour combination of flight and car. You'll lose 9 hours traveling from Vancouver to Saint-Denis due to the time zone difference. In October, daytime highs in Saint-Denis are 19°C, while nighttime lows are 11°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 12th (Tue) early enough to travel back home.
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Seine-Saint-Denis is a French department located in the Île-de-France region. Locally, it is often referred to colloquially as quatre-vingt treize or neuf trois (i.e. "ninety-three" or "nine three"), after its official administrative number, 93.The learned and rarely used demonym for the inhabitants is Séquano-Dionysiens; more common is Dionysiens.GeographySeine-Saint-Denis is located to the northeast of Paris. It has a surface area of only 236 km², making it one of the smallest departments in France. Seine-Saint-Denis and two other small departments, Hauts-de-Seine and Val-de-Marne, form a ring around Paris, known as the Petite Couronne ("little crown"). They form, together with Paris, the area of Greater Paris since January 1st 2016. Image:Petite couronne.pngAdministrationSeine-Saint-Denis is made up of three departmental arrondissements and 40 communes:300pxHistorySeine-Saint-Denis was created in January 1968, through the implementation of a law passed in July 1964. It was formed from the part of the (hitherto larger) Seine department to the north and north-east of the Paris ring road (and the line of the old city walls), together with a small slice taken from Seine-et-Oise.

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