Paris travel information


UEFA Respect Access for AllGetting to Paris by air


The main airport in the Paris region is Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) airport, which is more than 30km from the stadium. It is one of the world's busiest airports, with numerous domestic and international connections.


Travel assistance for disabled passengers must be booked at least 48 hours before departure, via the relevant airline or travel agent.


Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) airport has accessible toilets and lifts, as well as parking spaces for disabled passengers. Telephones and ATM machines in the terminals are accessible to wheelchair users and induction loops are installed in public areas.


For more information, visit:

+33 (0)1 70 36 39 50


Information on the best way of reaching the centre of Paris from Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) airport is available at


Wheelchair users wishing to take the RER B should reserve a ramp the day before travelling (at the latest).

Accès Plus Transilien: 0970 824 142 (Monday–Friday, 07.00–20.00)



We advise you to check whether your station is accessible to disabled passengers, since not all stations are accessible. For more information, visit


It may be more convenient for you to fly to Paris's second airport, Orly. This airport is located in southern Paris and is nearer to Parc des Princes than Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) airport. As Orly airport is smaller, there are fewer international connections, but it is France's busiest airport for domestic flights.


Orly airport has parking spaces for disabled passengers and there are accessible toilets, telephones and ATM machines in the terminal building. Shuttle buses from the airport are accessible to wheelchair users.


There are several ways of travelling from Orly airport to the centre of Paris:



Take the Orlyval from gate K at the South Terminal or gate A at the West Terminal to Antony station.

Wheelchair users should contact Accès Plus Transilien to make sure a ramp is available:

Tel. +33 (0)970 824 142 (Monday–Friday, 07.00–20.00)


From Antony, passengers should take the RER B to Paris. We advise you to check whether your station is accessible to disabled passengers, since not all stations are accessible. For more information, visit



An accessible shuttle bus operates from Orly airport to Place Denfert Rochereau in Paris.

Length of journey: 30 minutes

The buses can accommodate one wheelchair user.

For more information, visit


Air France shuttle service

Air France shuttle buses are open to all passengers, whichever airline they use. This service is more useful for visitors wishing to go to the north or west of Paris.
Line 1 (Étoile – Invalides – Montparnasse – Orly Ouest – Orly Sud) runs every 20 minutes, 7 days a week, from 06.00 to 23.40. Buses and stops are wheelchair accessible.
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Information and timetables are available by calling +33 (0)892 350 820. 


Getting to Paris by rail


Paris has rail links to other countries, via the Gare du Nord, Gare de l’Est and Gare de Lyon. Eurostar services from the United Kingdom and Belgium stop at the Gare du Nord, with additional connections to the Netherlands and Germany. Trains from Italy and Switzerland arrive at the Gare de Lyon.


TGV and intercity trains on the French national network have two wheelchair spaces. For more information, visit:


To check whether your departure and arrival stations are accessible, or for any other information, contact Accès Plus:

Accès Plus, open 7 days a week (07.00 to 22.00)

Tel. +33 (0)890 640 650 


Website: (French only)


To book a wheelchair space, please visit:


If you require assistance during your journey, you must book this with Accès Plus at least 48 hours before departure (see contact details above). You should arrive at the station at least 45 minutes before departure and go to the Accès Plus office. The staff there will contact their colleagues at your destination station to ensure they are prepared for your arrival.


If you are travelling with other operators, CAFE advises you to book assistance as early as possible. 



Getting to Paris by bus


Several coach companies provide buses to the tournament host cities and vehicle accessibility may vary. CAFE advises disabled supporters planning to travel by bus to discuss their specific access requirements with their travel provider before booking.


SNCF offers inter-city bus services that include accessible vehicles. It is advisable to book in advance and explain your specific access requirements at least 48 hours before departure. Levels of accessibility may vary.


For more information and to book your tickets, visit: