Public transport in Lens
Buses in Lens are in general accessible, but not all buses and not all bus stops are suitable for disabled people. CAFE advises disabled supporters to check with the bus conductor whether their destination stop is accessible before boarding. Up-to-date information and timetables are available on the TADAO website: www.tadao.fr/ (French only)
Taxis in Lens
Information will be available at a later date.
Accessible accommodation in Lens
The tourist office provides information on accessible hotels for disabled guests. For more information, visit www.tourism-lenslievin.co.uk/home/accomodation.aspx, where accessible accommodation is marked with the international disability symbol.
Please note that many hotels do not routinely hold back accessible rooms for disabled guests and that demand for accommodation will be high during the tournament.
Eating and drinking in Lens
Information about the numerous bars and restaurants in Lens can be found at www.tourism-lenslievin.co.uk/home/bonappetit/restaurants.aspx. To find out whether a restaurant is accessible, click on the chosen restaurant and then on the 'COMFORT/SERVICES' menu.
Sightseeing and leisure in Lens
The Louvre-Lens museum is the most popular tourist attraction in the city. Access is free for disabled 'blue badge' holders.
For more information, visit www.louvrelens.fr/en/home or call +33 (0)3 21 18 62 62.
The Louvre-Lens museum is at 99, rue Paul Bert, 62300 Lens.
Getting to the stadium
The stadium is approximately a ten-minute walk from the railway station and the city centre.
Information to follow