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Why Paris Saint Germain makes the perfect family trip

Do you want to take a football trip with your son, daughter, partner, father or mother? Put your prejudices (poor, boring, not a football city) aside for a while. Paris Saint Germain meets all the conditions for a perfect family trip and we've got six reasons why.

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