IS-OM7

From 02/29/2016 to 03/04/2016

Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 - 43, bd du 11 novembre 1918 - 69622 Villeurbanne


Conference Site

The conference will take place in:
Claude Bernard/Lyon1 University
Scientific Domain of La Doua
Nuclear Physics Institute
Dirac Building
43 Boulevard du 11 novembre 1918
69622 VILLEURBANNE



Tramway T1 - Stop: Gaston Berger

Getting to Lyon

Located in the central part of France, Lyon is easily accessible by all means of transport:

Road


Lyon’s geographic location at the heart of a motorway network of more than 1 000 km puts it at less than 2 hours from the large towns and cities in the region. 1h 30min from Geneva, and 2 hours from Clermont-Ferrand and the Alps, 3 hours from Turin and Marseille, 4 hours from Paris and 6 hours from Barcelona.
Information from the Lyon Regional Road Information Centre: 33 (0)4 78 54 33 33
Public transport in Lyon’s urban area

http://www.tcl.fr


Air

A major hub for the Rhône-Alpes region, Lyon Saint Exupéry airport, located 25 km from the town centre, boasts excellent road, air and rail links, in particular with the TGV high-speed trains and Europe’s major motorways.

Operating 24 hours a day, the airport serves more than one hundred towns, half of which are abroad, and caters for an average of 6 million passengers per year.

Every day of the year from 5.00 to midnight, Rhônexpress, an express tramway, connects Lyon Part-Dieu to Lyon-Saint Exupery in less than 30 minutes (every 15 minutes from 6.00 to 21.00 and every 30 minutes otherwise). It is the safest and fastest way to connect the town center of Lyon and the airport.

Lyon Saint Exupéry International Airport

http://www.lyon.aeroport.fr

Tram Rhônexpress

http://www.rhonexpress.fr


Train


With two stations in the town center, Part-Dieu and Perrache, and a third at Lyon Saint Exupery Airport, the TGV high-speed train network puts Lyon today at the heart of Europe.

2 hours from Paris (a train every 30 minutes), 3 hours from Lille, 5 hours from London (Eurostar) - the TGV high-speed train network also serves Chambéry, Annecy and Brussels. The Mediterranean TGV high-speed train links Lyon to Marseille in 1 hour 40 min (15 trains in each direction per day)

Information : Part-Dieu, Perrache and Lyon Saint Exupéry stations :

www.voyages-sncf.com

www.raileurope.co.uk