Around Toulouse

 

UEFA Respect Access for AllPublic transport in Toulouse

 

The metro and tramlines are fully accessible to disabled passengers.

Around 50% of buses in Toulouse are accessible to disabled passengers.

 

Disabled passengers receive discounted travel on public transport.

 

For more information, visit www.tisseo.fr/en/home. A map of the public transport network in Toulouse is available at www.tisseo.fr/en/network-maps

 

 

Taxis in Toulouse 

 

There are a number of accessible taxi companies in Toulouse. These are private hire companies and CAFE advises making bookings as early as possible due to limited availability.

 

 

Accessible accommodation in Toulouse

 

A number of hotels in Toulouse have accessible rooms for disabled guests. For information about these hotels, visit www.toulouse-tourisme.com/Tourisme-Handicap/Hebergement (French only). 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 Toulouse

 

The Toulouse tourist office provides useful information on accessible restaurants and bars in the city. For more information, visit www.toulouse-tourisme.com/Tourisme-Handicap (French only) and select 'OÙ MANGER?' CAFE advises contacting your desired restaurant in advance to check accessibility.

 

 

Sightseeing and leisure in Toulouse

 

Toulouse is a popular city for tourists, with plenty of things to do. For more information on accessible tourist attractions and museums, visit www.toulouse-tourisme.com/offre/recherche/Tourisme-Handicap/Sites-et-musees//~~tourisme-et-handicap~/page-1 (French only).

 

Alternatively, download the brochure “la ville en poche” (in English and French): http://www.toulouse-tourisme.com/Brochures

 

 

Getting to the stadium

 

Currently, Tisséo runs an accessible shuttle service from Arènes station to the stadium on matchdays.

During UEFA EURO 2016, this shuttle service will be extended, with connections from the park and ride sites around the city and the Zénith and Arènes transport hubs. These shuttles will be free of charge.

 

Pedestrians and visitors arriving by public transport, in particular from the Saint-Michel – Marcel Langer, Empalot or Palais de Justice metro stations, are required to use a flyover. This flyover is inaccessible because there is a steep slope down to the stadium below. 

 

Fan Zone

 

Information to follow

 

 

Four UEFA EURO 2016 matches will be held at the Stadium de Toulouse. These matches will be played on 13 June (Group D match), 17 June (Group E match), 20 June (Group B match) and 26 June (round of 16 match).