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Saturday 11 July 2015

Increased attendance for Allianz Riviera tours

New this summer

Following an initial 10-month running-in period which saw about a hundred tours with 10,800 visitors, the Allianz Riviera is now changing gears! Starting this summer, Nice residents and passing travellers will get even more chances to visit the facility.
The National Sports Museum, which is celebrating its first anniversary this summer, and the Allianz Riviera have signed a partnership to make this leading French Riviera venue accessible to more people.
Starting Saturday July 11th, 2015, individual visitors will have an extended chance to explore this architectural jewel designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, since a series of tours will be provided by National Sports Museum mediators throughout the summer on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3 pm (with an option to pair the tour with that of the museum on Saturdays). The tours will offer a look behind the scenes at the stadium, featuring such treats as a walk alongside the pitch, across the locker rooms and inside the VIP and press areas.

Groups may also book paired tours.

Book your tour at visites@allianz-riviera.fr

Museum & Allianz Riviera paired tour:
- Adults: €13
- OGCN members, students, groups: €10
- Teens under 18, disabled: €8
- School groups or leisure centres: €6
- Children under 5: free

Allianz Riviera tour:
- Adults: €10
- OGCN members, students, teens under 18, disabled, groups: €8

How to get there:
By car: Free car park.
- Take exit 52 (Saint Isidore) from A8 motorway and follow signs to Allianz Riviera, OR
- Take Bd Mercantour towards Digne, and follow signs to Allianz Riviera (15 minutes from Place Masséna)
By bus from Nice: Lines 11 and 59 – Saint Isidore stop
By train (Chemins de Fer de Provence – Train des Pignes): Nice station – Saint Isidore


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