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Spain – Czech Republic EURO 2016 – how to get to Toulouse by plane, train or car

    Starting 10 June 2016 will take place the most prestigious European football championship. Don’t miss the amazing opportunity to support your favorite team. Spain play against Czech Republic on June 13 in Toulouse, so let's see how you can get there by plane, by car, or by train.

    Spaniards are the former European football champions and they began their qualifications for Euro 2016 with a shaky start, losing out to Slovakia 2-1. When you look at their Euro 2012 performance it seems like now they're another team now. If you want to see your favorite players in action, on the field, you need to know how to get to Toulouse for the Spain Czech Republic Euro 2016 match to be held on June 13.

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By Plane

International flights arrive at the Blagnac airport which is located about 10 km west of Toulouse. If you're landing in Paris to see the marvelous city first, know that Air France operates flights to and from Paris and the flight time is about 30 minutes. The cost is about €50 each way. There are many flight connection to major European capitals and cities such as Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Rome, Barcelona, Prague, Wien, or Amsterdam. Now you can book your Spain Czech Republic Euro 2016 tickets.

By Car

There are major highways to Barcelona, Marseille, Paris, Bologna, and Bordeaux. Know that bus routes are inexistent and the only way to get to Toulouse from neighboring countries or even Paris is by renting a car or ridesharing. Book your Spain Czech Republic Euro Cup tickets now.

By Train

The national inter-city train operator in France is SNCF and you can buy cheap tickets from Paris for about €18. The downside is the length of the journey which can take about 5 to 8 hours. Trains to Marseille take just 4 hours while those to Bordeaux take a staggering 2 hours.

If you're coming from Spain, there are many connection to and from Barcelona and Andorra, through the Pyrenees. The full journey to Toulouse takes about 7 hours and costs about €30.

Get Around

Tisseo is the company that operates a network of metro, bus and tramway lines throughout the city. Tickets cost €1.60. If you want alternative methods of wandering through the city you can do so by car, by bicycle, or by taxi.

The city of Toulouse boasts many historical attractions and is also a huge aviation hub, being the headquarters of Airbus - the major aviation company in Europe. You can also take a tour of their facilities.

If you're looking to watch the match live between Spain Czech Republic Euro Cup, you should buy your tickets as soon as possible.