Public transport in Lille
To plan your journey and obtain more information about public transport in Lille, visit: http://uk.transpole.fr/ and https://www.transpole.fr/fr/reseau/accessible.aspx (French only)
All buses are accessible and fitted with ramps. Most buses have retractable boarding ramps for access between the pavement and the vehicle.
Metro lines 1 and 2 are accessible. Lifts provide access to the metro platforms, and there are voice announcements in the stations and the trains.
Taxis in Lille
CAFE is not aware of any accessible taxi services in Lille. More information will be available at a later date.
Accessible accommodation in Lille
A number of hotels in Lille have accessible rooms for disabled guests. For more information, visit www.tourisme-nord.com/Visit-Northern-France/Tourism-for-all2
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 Lille
The Lille tourist office provides useful information on accessible restaurants and bars in the city. For more information, visit www.tourisme-nord.com/Visit-Northern-France/Tourism-for-all2
Sightseeing and leisure in Lille
Detailed information about sightseeing and leisure in Lille is available via the following links: http://en.lilletourism.com/
www.tourisme-nord.com/: regional information
www.tourisme-nord.com/Visit-Northern-France/Tourism-for-all2: accessible museums.
Getting to the stadium
The nearest international airport is Lille-Lesquin airport, approximately 10km from the stadium.
SNCF and Eurostar trains serve two railways stations in Lille: Lille Flandres and Lille Europe (9km from the stadium).
The whole metro network is accessible.
Metro lines 1 and 2 are accessible, with lift access to the platforms. To get to the stadium, you can take either line 1 to Cité Scientifique or 4 Cantons, or line 2 to Les Près, then a free shuttle bus to the stadium.
Information to follow