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The conference will be held in Nantes at the City of Congress.
City of Congress‎
5 Rue de Valmy
44000 Nantes
How to get to the City of Congress 
Located in the city centre, just a 5-minute walk from the high-speed train station (South exit) and a 20-minute shuttle ride from the airport, City of Congress is served by excellent transport links:
Tram: line 1 - « Duchesse Anne - Château des Ducs de Bretagne » tram stop, one stop from the TGV railway station (North exit).
Airport / city centre shuttle bus: every half hour - « Cité Internationale des Congrès » stop.
Busway: line 4 - « Cité Internationale des Congrès » stop.
Bicloo self-service bikes and Marguerite self-service cars: stations at La Cité. 450 parking spaces are available underneath La Cité and 2,000 additional parking spaces in close walking distance.
See the map
How to get to Nantes: By plain | By train | By road | Transport in the city
By plain
Nantes is a European destination, easy to reach:
1 hour from Paris and London (1st air traffic hubs in Europe)
4 daily scheduled flights to Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle
4 daily scheduled flights to Paris-Orly
All the key European destinations are less than 2 hours away by plane
Direct flights to 50 destinations: 15 French cities: Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Strasbourg, Toulouse, etc. & 30 international destinations: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Geneva, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Montreal, Rome, etc.
Nantes Atlantique airport is a 20 minute-shuttle ride from La Cité (departure every half hour)
By train
Nantes has direct rail connections to all the major French cities:
2 hours from Paris Montparnasse
23 daily TGV connections between Paris and Nantes
3 hours from Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport with 4 daily TGV connections
Direct TGV connections to : Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Strasbourg, etc.
The TGV railway station is located at the very heart of the city, opposite La Cité (South exit)
By road
The Nantes region is served by an extensive motorway network with easy access to:
The East: Paris on the A11
The South: Bordeaux and Toulouse on the A83
The West: Brest on the N165 / E60
The North: Rennes on the N137
450 parking spaces are available underneath La Cité and 2,000 additional parking spaces in close walking distance. Exhibitors are allocated a temporary parking area with direct access to la Cité’s exhibition areas
Transport in the city
Nantes boasts innovative, multimodal and eco-responsible means of transport offering residents and visitors easy and safe travelling within the urban area:
40 km-tram network (the longest in France)
4 tram and BusWay© lines
53 bus lines
3 river shuttle lines
Bicloo : a self-service bike system with 900 bicycles and 90 stations
Over 300 km of cycling lanes
Not to forget the Marguerite cars that can be hired from 20 self-service hire points.
(source: www.lacite-nantes.com)
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