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How do I get to Stade Saint Symphorien?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

Trains from out of town arrive at Metz’s Gare de Metz-Ville. From here is is only a 1.5 km walk to the stadium so if you fancy stretching your legs, you could walk there in around 15-20 minutes.

Opposite the train station you can catch the number 11 bus if you don’t feel like walking. The journey takes around 12 minutes so you won’t actually be saving that much time – just remember to get off at ‘Palais Sports’.

If you have come to Metz by car – the club has come up with a park and ride system so that the area around the stadium doesn’t become so congested. Simply park (for free) at one of the following car parks – 1) Rochambeau : Rue Sainte-Barbe in Metz. 2) Entrance to the Auchan Shopping Centre. 3)Entrance to the Expo exhibition in Metz. Although parking is free, you will have to get a ticket for the shuttle buses.

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

If you are driving from another city on A1, take the exit n°32 “Metz – Centre”. It is strongly recommended to park in the city and walk to the stadium because of traffic jams. Here are the parking lots: Parking République (1, Avenue Ney) and Parking Maud’huy (Place Maud’huy)

From the railway station, you can go on foot as it is just a 15 minutes’ walk from the stadium.

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