Public transport in Marseille
All the tramlines are accessible.
Wheelchair users should use the door with the international disability symbol, which leads to the spaces reserved for them.
All trams have voice announcements and tram stops have tactile paving.
For more information, visit: www.rtm.fr/en
The metro system in Marseille is largely inaccessible for disabled passengers, and CAFE has noted that the same is true of the bus network. CAFE advises disabled people to find alternative methods of travel.
The tourist office provides more information in the brochure available at
Taxis in Marseille
A taxi from Marseille-Provence airport to Marseille costs €40 during the day and €50 at night.
A number of accessible taxi companies operate in Marseille.
MOBI MÉTROPOLE is an accessible taxi service for disabled local residents. During UEFA EURO 2016, this service will be extended to travelling disabled spectators. Passengers must book their taxi as soon as possible, indicating their address, telephone number, route, type of disability and whether they will be travelling with a companion. To contact this service:
Tel. +33 (0)4 91 10 59 00
The service costs €2 per person inside the city and €3.50 inside the urban community (from/to the airport, for example).
Accessible accommodation in Marseille
A number of hotels in Marseille have accessible rooms for disabled guests. For more information, visit www.marseille-tourisme.com/en/marseille-tourism-and-disability/ and select 'Accommodation'. 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 Marseille
Marseille has 20 accessible restaurants. For more information, visit www.marseille-tourisme.com/en/marseille-tourism-and-disability/ and select 'Restaurants'.
Sightseeing and leisure in Marseille
Accessible tourist attractions and leisure activities in Marseille are listed at www.marseille-tourisme.com/en/marseille-tourism-and-disability/. Read the sections on 'Adapted Activities' or 'Museums' for further information.
Getting to the stadium
The nearest international airport is Marseille-Provence airport, which is around 30km from the stadium.
The two nearest metro stations to the stadium, Rond-Point du Prado and Sainte Marguerite Dromel, are inaccessible to disabled people. Currently, most disabled supporters travel to the stadium by car. The pavements around the stadium and most pavements in the city are inaccessible to disabled people.
There is no accessible route to the Jean Bouin (west) stand from the Ganay (east) side through the south stand. Disabled supporters will need clear information on the location of their seats and the most suitable entrances prior to arrival.
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