Seine-Saint-Denis being part of the 'small crown' (petite couronne), is thus in the outskirts of Paris. Second university centre of Ile de France, this is a dynamic department with a high population density. The city of Saint-Denis shelters the ancient necropolis of the French kings. Visiting this Gothic work of art is like flicking through a history book. Of course, there is also the Stade de France, which was inaugurated in 1998. Property in Seine-Saint-Denis is very varied and at all prices, including a lot of apartments. Where should one focus one's attention? In Neuilly-sur-Marne to take advantage of the banks of the Marne, in Saint-Ouen to be able to go shopping in the flea markets, or in Saint-Denis to be able to walk to the football matches?