Public transport in Nice
Bus lines 9 and 10 have accessible ramps and each bus has one wheelchair space. There are also reserved seats for passengers with limited mobility.
The timetables for bus lines 3, 7, 9, 10, 22 and 23 use the international disability symbol to indicate accessible bus stops. More than 150 bus stops in Nice are accessible. They have larger platforms that are raised to provide level access to the vehicle. A wayfinding system for partially sighted and blind passengers is also used.
The trams in Nice are accessible, with level access from the platforms, wide doors and clear signage. The stations have ramped access and wayfinding systems. Voice announcements inside the vehicles inform passengers of the next stop.
For more information, visit http://en.nicetourisme.com/accessible-nice
Taxis in Nice
There are several private taxi companies in Nice that offer accessible services.
Mobil Azur is a taxi service for wheelchair users and blind or partially sighted (depending on their level of disability) residents of Nice. This service will be extended to travelling disabled supporters during UEFA EURO 2016.
Passengers will need to complete a form on which they can indicate their requirements and other information.
Tel. +33 (0)805 200 606
Fax: +33 (0)4 93 53 37 40
Website: www.mobilazur.org/-s-inscrire-.html (French only)
Accessible accommodation in Nice
Very few hotels are available close to the stadium. It is easier to stay close to Nice city centre, where there are numerous hotels and hostels across a range of prices and star ratings.
For more information, visit http://en.nicetourisme.com/accessible-nice (French only)
Eating and drinking in Nice
Restaurants and bars in Nice do not have a standard accessibility label. Accessibility therefore varies. For more information on accessible restaurants in Nice, visit http://en.nicetourisme.com/accessible-nice (currently under construction). Information on bars and pubs is available at http://en.nicetourisme.com/pubs-and-bars.
Sightseeing and leisure in Nice
Nice is a popular tourist destination because there are numerous sights to see. For more information on the city, visit http://en.nicetourisme.com/accessible-nice. Information on guided tours can be found at https://www.nice.fr/fr/visites-decouverte-de-nice/boucles-decouvertes (French only)
The city has numerous popular beaches, gardens, wildlife parks and water sports centres.
Getting to the stadium
On matchdays, a complimentary shuttle service to the stadium will operate from:
- the MIN P&R car park;
- the railway station and city centre;
- the airport.
For more information, visit: www.allianz-riviera.fr/en/practical-information/itineraires
Most public transport services to the stadium are accessible to disabled passengers, although disabled supporters should avoid Saint Isidore station (Chemins de Fer de Provence).
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