Tourism - Seine-Saint-Denis

Seine-Saint-Denis is a French department located in the northeast of Paris and that belongs to the Ile-de-France region. Main cities are Bobigny Le Raincy and Saint-Denis.

The historical and cultural heritage is quite various with sites such as Le Bourget (Air and Space Museum) Drancy (Drancy Prisoner Camp with Shelomo Selinger and ‘Wagon-Temoin’ Nazi symbols dating from WWII) Les Lilas (Vampires private Museum), Livry-Gargan/Vaujours/Sevran/Villepinte (Parc de la Poudrerie, with museum and historical park) Montfermeil (Sempin Mill, the museum of Travail Charles Peyre) Montreuil (Museum of Histoire vivante et horticole) Pantin (Car museum) Rosny-sous-Bois (Railway Museum), Saint-Denis (Art and History Museum, Bouilhet-Christofle goldsmith and silversmith Museum, ‘Maison d'éducation de la Légion d'honneur’ and the Stade de France, a very large Stadium).

Several festivals take place in Seine-Saint-Denis, the most popular are the Festival de Saint-Denis (Classical music), the Festival Banlieues Blues (Jazz), and the Festival banlieues du Monde (World music).

Top tourist cities in Seine-Saint-Denis


Tourism Bobigny

Bobigny is located in the Seine-Saint-Denis department. It is a young city, with 30% of the population aged under 20. Bobigny is an active city, with many shops and companies, which make the city lively and which improve it.Bobigny is also culturally active with two ...


Tourisme Raincy

The Raincy is a municipality located in the French department of Seine-Saint-Denis, which he is sub-prefecture, and the Ile-de-France. Sights in Raincy The Church celebrates Notre-Dame of Raincy work of Auguste Perret, the first church built in concrete Former ...

Must : Église Notre-Dame


Tourism Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis is a city in the northern suburbs of Paris. It is situated 9.4 km from Paris. Saint-Denis is a sub-prefecture of the Seine-Saint-Denis departement, and the seat of the Arrondissement of Saint-Denis. The population is over 100,000 inhabitants. Saint-Denis is ...

Must : Basilique cathédrale de Saint-Denis