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St-Denis has always been synonymous with Royal burials.  Almost all the French Kings were entombed here and all the queens crowned in the elegant Basilique St-Denis.  The basilica itself revolutionised Western architecture and was the first Gothic structure of its kind serving as a model for other French cathedrals, most notably the one at Chartres. 

Today, St-Denis is a leafy suburb that basks in the glory of its other claim to fame, the Stade de France where France rose to victory against Brazil in the 1998 World Cup.  The stadium is a futuristic structure and most pleasing to the eye.  It is now used for major sporting events and concerts.

What to See - Saint-Denis Attractions

Musee d'Art et d'Histoire
22 bis rue Gabriel Peri, St-Denis 93200
a worthy museum of art and history with a section on modern art
| Admission charge | Opening Times: Daily | Tel: +33 (0)1 42 43 05 10

Stade de France
rue Francis de Pressense, St-Denis 93200
visit the beautiful and futuristic World Cup football stadium
| Admission charge | Opening Times: Daily except when matches being played | Tel: +33 (0)1 55 93 00 00

The tombs
1 rue de la Legion d'Honneur, St-Denis 93200
visit the tombs of past French Kings and their life-size figures!
| Admission charge | Opening Times: Mon-Sat & Sun pms | Tel: +33 (0)1 48 09 83 54

Basilique St-Denis
1 rue de la Legion d'Honneur, St-Denis 93200
the basilica was the favourite burial spot for French Kings dating back to Dagobert I in 638
| Opening Times: Mon-Sat & Sun pms | Tel: +33 (0)1 48 09 83 54