there will be “a low tide of 300 to 400,000 seats” free on the banks of the Seine, indicates the sports minister
The minister indicates that the indicator is “still adjusting” before a new meeting on Tuesday with “the interior minister, the mayor of Paris and Tony Estanguet”.
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Less than 500 days before the opening ceremony of the Paris-2024 Olympic Games, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, Minister of Sport and the Olympic and Paralympic Games, invited to the program on Sunday Political problems on France Inter, franceinfo channel 27 e The world, indicates that we “it will be roughly in a low water level of 300 to 400,000 places” free on the upper platforms of the Seine and 100,000 paid places on the lower platforms of the Seine, tickets were displayed at the beginning of the week at 2,700 euros.
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As for the indicator for the opening ceremony, “He’s still adjusting” AND “We will have an important moment [ce] Tuesday around Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin, the mayor of Paris [Anne Hidalgo] and Tony Estanguet [à la tête du comité d’organisation des JO]to give some details about the opening ceremony”.
The organizers have put one million tickets on sale for 24 euros, but prices are skyrocketing for some competitions, which prompts the Minister of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to say: “The Highest Price” tickets for the Olympics “it’s really very tall”. “If there are people who, because they love sports (…) are able to pay these prices, so much the better”adds, “it is also what allows entry-level prices to be quite affordable”, indicate. As for the opening ceremony, the lowest prices, at 90 euros, went first.