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Allianz Riviera is at the heart of the Éco-vallée. The use of public transport and car-sharing must become a reflex. On match days, the stadium and its parvis will open a few hours before kick-off. For your convenience, we strongly recommended that you arrive early. In this section, you will find all the information required to reach the stadium, depending on your means of transport.

Allianz Riviera

Boulevard des Jardiniers - 06200 Nice
GPS : Latitude : 43.704 / Longitude : 7.191

 

 

The Allianz Riviera provides different entrances for major high-attendance events.

[Major Events] such as football matches, rugby matches, concerts, consumer tradeshows etc., than those used for smaller-scale events [Minor Events].

 

On days when major events are held, remember to follow the routes listed on our news section, to check the electronic traffic displays and to listen to VINCI Autoroutes radio (107.7 FM) or France Bleu Azur radio (103.8 FM).

 

Bus line 95: Departs from the “Hôpital Saint-Roch” bus stop every 10 minutes from the city centre. Arrives at Avenue Mimoun (at the foot of the south stairway). After the event, departs from Avenue Simone Veil. Click here to see where to get line 95

SNCF coastal railway: For further information please call Lignes d’Azur agents at 08 1006 1006, Mondays to Saturdays from 7 am to 8 pm, or visit www.lignesdazur.comClick here to see how to get to the stadium from the SNCF coastal railway station

Chemins de Fer de Provence takes less than 10 minutes from Nice city centre to Saint-Isidore, located a few minutes’ walk from the stadium. Click here to see how to get to the stadium from Chemins de Fer de Provence station

-  Line 3 of the Tramway allows game nights to come to the stadium with a direct line from the city center. 

 

For train times, please visit www.ter-sncf.com and www.trainprovence.com, “Allianz Riviera stadium route” section.

 

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For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

 

A special route exclusively for two-wheelers is open from the Vérola/De Coubertin roundabout. It has been designed to ease both the entrance and the exit.

Those improvements are intended to make the parking facilities more comfortable for users and to avoid a chaotic parking situation around the stadium, thus facilitating pedestrian traffic.

 

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This car park is particularly suitable for spectators coming from the west.

 

Gate B is located directly by the "Nice Centre" Exit 50 from the A8 motorway. It can also be reached from Nice via Gate C, located on Route de Grenoble. You can use the blue shuttle which will take you close to the stadium in about fifteen minutes using a route that is partly off-limits.

 

For all OGC Nice matches, hop on the Allianz Bus departing from the MIN! Free return trip and reserved parking for your car, plus a guaranteed seat and an exclusive route will ensure you get to the stadium quickly and comfortably.

 

Visit the page devoted to your event to book a seat on the Allianz Bus!

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Located in the Arboras area, this is a large-capacity car park that will appeal to a great many spectators.

 

Take the "Aéroport Nice-Côte d'Azur" Exit 51 from the A8 motorway. Use the red shuttle that takes you close to the stadium in about ten minutes using a route that is entirely off-limits.

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Located to the north of the stadium, this car park is ideal for spectators coming from the Mercantour Valley.

 

Use the yellow shuttle to approach the stadium (about 800 m). This route is not recommended for people who have difficulty moving (wheelchairs, walking sticks, crutches, prams, pregnant women etc.).

 

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To walk from P4 to the stadium

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Located 900 m from the stadium, on the P.A.L. slope, this small-capacity car park is within easy walking distance from the stadium.

 

There is no shuttle. This route is not recommended for people who have difficulty moving (wheelchairs, walking sticks, crutches, prams, pregnant women etc.).

 

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To walk from P4 to the stadium

 

 

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For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

This car park is exclusively intended for partners and customers.  Prior to matches, the new 40-metre lane (avenue Simone Veil) is now exclusively open to holders of parking tickets for the P0, P1, P1bis, P2, or PVDI car parks, and to shuttles.

 

Access to avenue Simone Veil via avenue Sainte-Marguerite is now closed at the Arboras crossroads. Coming from avenue Simone Veil, you must drive along the car dealerships’ strip. If you are coming from the south, you must get on to the 40-metre lane no further than avenue Robini.

 

Click here:

For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

This car park is exclusively intended for partners and customers. 

Prior to matches, the new 40-metre lane (avenue Simone Veil) is now exclusively open to holders of parking  tickets for the P0, P1, P1bis, P2, or PVDI car parks, and to shuttles.  

 

Access to avenue Simone Veil via avenue Sainte-Marguerite is now closed at the Arboras crossroads. Coming from avenue Simone Veil, you must drive along the car dealerships’ strip. If you are coming from the south, you must get on to the 40-metre lane no further than avenue Robini.

 

Click here:

For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

This car park is exclusively intended for partners and customers.  Prior to matches, the new 40-metre lane (avenue Simone Veil) is now exclusively open to holders of parking tickets for the P0, P1, P1bis, P2, or PVDI car parks, and to shuttles.

Access to avenue Simone Veil via avenue Sainte-Marguerite is now closed at the Arboras crossroads. Coming from avenue Simone Veil, you must drive along the car dealerships’ strip. If you are coming from the south, you must get on to the 40-metre lane no further than avenue Robini.

Click here:

For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

This car park is exclusively intended for partners and customers.  Prior to matches, the new 40-metre lane (avenue Simone Veil) is now exclusively open to holders of parking tickets for the P0, P1, P1bis, P2, or PVDI car parks, and to shuttles.

 

Access to avenue Simone Veil via avenue Sainte-Marguerite is now closed at the Arboras crossroads. Coming from avenue Simone Veil, you must drive along the car dealerships’ strip. If you are coming from the south, you must get on to the 40-metre lane no further than avenue Robini

Click here:

For the overall map of how to get there for an event

 

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