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Address of the Congress venue: 

33 Bd Carnot, 49100 Angers
Centre de Congrès Jean Monnier 

Accessible by car, train or plane, Angers is well connected and centrally located in the heart of Europe. With 90 European cities located less than a half-day’s journey. Angers is easy to access for business

Coming by plane:

Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) International Airport connects many national and international cities. From Angers, you are 2 hours and 20 minutes away by train. Learn more information at

Nantes Atlantique Airport connects many international cities thanks to airlines such as Air France, Ryanair, Easyjet, Aer Ann, Iberia and Atlas Blue. From Nantes Atlantique Airport, you can take a shuttle to downtown Nantes, then take the train towards Angers (travel time: 30 minutes).
Learn more information at (French Website only)

Angers Loire Airport, only 20 minutes from downtown Angers, has all the necessary facilities to assist every type of private aircraft.
More information on the website

Coming by car:

Motorways: A11 (Paris-Nantes), A85 (Tours), A87 (La Roche-sur-Yon)

Estimated driving times :

  • 3 hours from Paris on Motorway A11

  • 4 hours from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport

  • 1 hour 15 minutes from Nantes-Atlantique airport (45 min from Nantes down town)

  • 1 hour 45 min from Rennes

  • 3 hours 40 min from Bordeaux

To rent a car: 


Please make sure you park your car in a public car-park. They are all paid parking. Outside car-g is also available. Most of the outside parking lots are also available for a fee. Be aware that some streets and therefore outside parking are blocked for the outside markets. It is usually warned by the following road sign :

It also indicates the date and timing of the restrict

Coming by bus:

By TGV high-speed train from Paris Montparnasse train station:

  • Travel time 90 minutes

  • 15 departures per day

more information on, the French train service (SNCF) and on, the Paris public transport company.

Paris-Montparnasse train station can be reached:

  • for travellers by the hourly Air France shuttle bus (travel time approx. 50 minutes) or by RER line B to 'Chatelet-les halles, then change to Metro line 4 direction 'Porte d’Orléans’ (travel time 45 minutes).

  • for travellers best by the Air France shuttle bus (every half hour, travel time approx. 35 minutes).

  • for travellers on Paris Gare du Nord by metro line 4 direction 'Porte d’Orléans’ (travel time approx. 20 minutes).

By Eurostar (tickets bookable four months maximum in advance):

  • Through-tickets are available from several cities (in the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands, plus Cologne and Aachen in Germany), directly to Angers, and may work out cheaper.

  • Tickets may be via Paris (change stations as above) or via Lille (no need to change stations). The Lille route usually takes approximately 30 minutes longer.

More information on

Coming by bus:

Angers can also be reached by buses. It is a cheaper way to travel if you have time : 

Please note that information is subject to change.

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