Around Bordeaux


UEFA Respect Access for AllPublic transport in Bordeaux


Bordeaux was awarded the 'Destination for All' label in June 2014, which indicates that it offers accessible tourism for all. The public transport network is generally fairly accessible. For more information, visit: (French only)




Taxis in Bordeaux


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Accessible accommodation in Bordeaux


A number of hotels in Bordeaux have accessible rooms for disabled guests. Further information on these hotels is available at: 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 Bordeaux


The Bordeaux tourist office offers useful information on restaurants and bars in the city. For more information, visit





Sightseeing and leisure in Bordeaux


Bordeaux has several museums that are accessible to disabled people. For more information, visit



Getting to the stadium


The stadium is a 20-35 minute drive from the airport.

To get to stadium from the airport by public transport, you can take bus number 1 to Bordeaux-Saint-Jean railway station and then tram line C to the stadium. The journey takes around 1 hour 30 minutes.

From the city centre, the tram is the best option. Take tram line C to Parc des Expositions/Stade, or line B, which will connect to a direct shuttle to the stadium on matchdays (transit station to be decided: Porte de Brandenburg or Bassins à Flot).

You can also take bus number 14 to Vergne or number 37 to Carsat. Buses can accommodate one wheelchair user.



Fan Zone


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Five UEFA EURO 2016 matches will be held at the Stade de Bordeaux. These matches will be played on 11 June (Group B match), 14 June (Group F match), 18 June (Group E match), 21 June (Group D match) and 2 July (quarter-final).