Around Saint Denis

 

UEFA Respect Access for AllPublic transport in Saint Denis

 

Saint-Denis, a suburb on the outskirts of Paris, is served by the RER B and D, which are both accessible.

 

Almost all railway stations are accessible and provide voice announcements.

 

For more information, visit: http://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/visiting-paris-with-a-disability/info/guides/transport-and-disability-getting-around-paris or www.infomobi.com/en/

 

To plan your trip, visit www.ratp.fr/itineraires/en/ratp/recherche-avancee, enter where you are travelling from and where you want to go, and tick 'Accessible itineraries only'.

 

 

Taxis in Saint Denis

 

There is an accessible taxi company in Paris. For more information, visit http://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/visiting-paris-with-a-disability/info/guides/transport-and-disability-getting-around-paris/adapted-taxis/adapted-taxis.

 

 

Accessible accommodation in Saint Denis

 

Many hotels in Saint-Denis have accessible rooms for disabled guests. For information about these hotels, visit http://en.parisinfo.com/where-to-sleep-in-paris/info/guides/accommodation-and-disability. 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 Saint Denis

 

The Paris tourist office provides useful information on restaurants and bars in the city. For more information, visit http://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/visiting-paris-with-a-disability

 

 

Sightseeing and leisure in Saint Denis

 

Paris is one of Europe's culturally richest and most visited cities. Most museums in Paris are accessible and many are free to visit. For more information, visit http://en.parisinfo.com/practical-paris/visiting-paris-with-a-disability

 

 

Getting to the stadium

 

From the Gare du Nord or Charles de Gaulle airport, take RER B to La Plaine – Stade de France, which is a ten-minute walk from the stadium. The route from the station to the stadium is flat.

 

From Orly airport, take the Orlyval to Antony, then RER B to La Plaine – Stade de France.

From the Gare de Lyon, the stadium is directly accessible via RER D to Stade de France – Saint-Denis.

 

Wheelchair users wishing to use the RER should reserve a ramp. These should be booked the day before travel at the latest by calling +33 (0)970 824 142 (Monday–Friday, 07.00–20.00, cost of an Internet connection) or by emailing accesplus@transilien-sncf.fr.

 

Bus lines 139, 153, 173, 255 and 350 stop at the Stade de France. Buses have a ramp and can accommodate one wheelchair user.

 

For more information, visit: www.infomobi.com/en/

 

To plan your trip, visit www.ratp.fr/itineraires/en/ratp/recherche-avancee, enter where you are travelling from and where you want to go, and tick 'Accessible itineraries only'.

 

 

Fan Zone

 

Information to follow

 

 

Seven UEFA EURO 2016 matches will be held at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. These matches will be played on 10 June (Group A match featuring France), 13 June (Group E match), 16 June (Group C match), 22 June (Group F match), 27 June (round of 16 match), 3 July (quarter-final) and 10 July (UEFA EURO 2016 final).