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How do I get to Stade de France?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

There is some parking at the Stade de France – though you will have to book a spot a long time in advance – a space will cost you €25. If you are driving be sure to set off early as Parisian traffic is notoriously bad.

The more sensible option has to be using Paris’ convenient public transport. For the metro both ‘La Plaine de Stade de France’ and ‘Stade de France Saint Denis’ are just one stop away from the Gare du Nord. A ticket here will cost you €2.50, though if you are using the metro a lot, it might be easier to get a day pass for €7.

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

Taxis are not the best means of transport to use in France, prices are really high and service is not the best. If you want a private driver, you would be better off using Uber or some other app. You can also take a train RER B from Paris—it will take you 20 minutes to get right in front of the stadium.

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