The UEFA EURO 2016 host cities information guide developed by the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) helps with planning journeys around this summer's tournament.
Accessibility at UEFA EURO 2016 is not limited to the stadiums and their immediate surroundings. The ten French host cities have also included accessibility in their mobility plans for the finals in order to deliver access for all to the fan zones and other pedestrian areas.
The host cities information guide – available in French, English and German – is a great resource for planning a trip to the host city where your team is playing. It contains a wide range of information, links and key contacts including:
- How to travel by air, rail or bus to the host city
- Public transport in the host city
- Eating and drinking
- Sightseeing and leisure
- Getting to the stadiums
- 'Accès Plus' hotline
- And more ...
UEFA welcomes the measures that have been taken by the host cities to inform and support disabled people coming to UEFA EURO 2016, especially as some of the measures will remain in place after the event is over, creating a positive social legacy in each of the venues.