20-22 Jun 2013 Paris (France)

Practical information > How to reach Paris


The IASPM conference will take place at Centre Panthéon 12, place du Pantheon 75005 Paris (see map) - room 1.

You may find detailed information about how to reach Paris and on the different means of transportation in Paris on Paris Tourist website:


By Air:

Paris has two major airports - Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly International Airport. Almost all major international airlines, including Air France, Air Canada, British Airways, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Air Italy and Lufthansa operate direct or connecting flights to Paris from cities across the world.Those who travel by major international airways may arrive at Charles-De-Gaulle international airport and those who reach Paris by low-cost airlines or from a European or French city are likely to land at Orly international airport. The Beauvais Tille airport which is situated at north west of Paris is exclusively for passengers from other European destinations.  Passengers can gather details regarding numerous flight deals to Paris from the websites of various world tour operators. 

By Rail:

Paris has 6 major railway stations, each of which serving a particular area of France. Paris is connected by rail to London by the Channel Tunnel and high-speed trains take a little over 3 hours to cover the distance betwenn the two European capitals. To book a European train ticket from abroad, you may find more information on : http://www.raileurope.com/fr/index.html

By Road:

The Anglo-French Eurotunnel connects Kent in the UK to Nord-Pas-de-Calais in France (approx. 35 minutes journey). The tunnel is linked to UK and French motorway networks. The international Paris bus terminal at Porte de Galliéni is served by Eurolines buses from cities across Europe. More information on the following website: http://www.eurolines.fr/en/

Map out your route with Mappy: http://fr.mappy.com/

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