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Stade de France
- The Stade De France is 10 minutes from Bourget Gaulle Airport on the RER B heading for Robinson/ St-Remys-Les-Chevreuse. From Roissy Charles De Gaulle it is a 30 minute journey on RER B heading for Robinson/ St-Remys-Les-Chevreuse. The stadium is 60 minutes from Orly airport.
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Travel by train From London take the Eurostar service from Waterloo station to Paris Nord. From there take the RER D, heading for Orry-La-Ville, or RER B heading for Charles De Gualle Airport or Mitry-Claye.
From Paris take the RER B line which links St0Remy-Les-Chevreuse and Robinson to Roissy-Charles De Gaulle Airport and Mitry-Claye, which passes through the centre of Paris. The new stadum (La Plaine-Stade de France) is situated 650m from the stadium. The RER D line links Melun and Corbeil-Essonnes to Orry-La-Ville and Creli, passing through the centre of Paris.
- Travel by underground Line 13 (saint-Denis Universite) is on eof the biggest lines feeding Montparnasse and St-Lazare.
Travel by car There is direct access from the A1 (exit 2, Saint-Denis Stade De France) and A86 motorways (exit 9, Saint-Denis Stade De France). The stadium is situated close to these motorway exits. There are parking spaces for only 6000 cars (including 4500 under the main stadium and its annex).
Due to the limited parking spectators are advised to se other means of transport wherever possible.
- Travel by bus Eight bus lines cross St-Denis.
From the tube station “porte de La Villette”: No. 139
- From the tube station “porte de La Chappelle”: Nos. 252, 153, 302 & 350
- From the tube station “porte de Clignancourt”: No. 255
- Where to drink… From experience getting a beer near the stadium is hard work, Expect long queues at the two bars near the stadium ( ther may be more now?) After the game poular sports bars in Paris include The Bowler in Rue d’Artois and the Long Hop in Boulevard St Sermain in 5th Anondissement.