Roissy Charles De Gaulle (CDG) - IATA: CDG, ICAO: LFPG


The airport Roissy Charles De Gaulle is the largest international airport in France. Located 26km North-East from Paris, the airport serves as the principal hub for Air France and other carriers (Star Alliance, Skyteam Alliance and One World Alliance). It is also the hub for low-cost carriers such as Easyjet, Vueling and Norwegian Air Shuttle. The airport is divided in three terminals and the Terminal 2 has seven sub-terminal buildings (2A to 2G). The airport Roissy Charles De Gaulle can be accessible by:

The taxi ranks at the Roissy Charles de De Gaulle Airport are situated at:

Terminal 1 : gate 24 at the arrivals

Terminal 2A : gate 6

Terminal 2C : gate 14

Terminal 2D : gate 7

Terminal 2E : gate 10 at the arrivals

Terminal 2F : gate 11 at the arrivals

Terminal 2G : blue gate

Terminal 3 : Exit of the arrivals’ hall

The fare from the airport to Paris « rive droite »  (right bank) is 50€

The fare from the airport to Paris « rive gauche » (left bank) is 55€

It takes around one hour to get to the city center.

It is possible to book a taxi through the following website : https://adp.g7booking.com/

The train RER B connects the airport to the city center. It can be taken from station « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 » (from T1 and T3) or station « Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV» (from T2 ACDEF et G). The Terminal 2G is linked to the Terminal 2F by the shuttle N2.

The closest train station to the Conference Venue (Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel) is “Denfert-Rochereau”. The train fare costs EUR 11.40 and the journey takes approximately 35 minutes.

The RoissyBus connects the airport to the stop Paris Opera (address 11 rue du Scribe, 75009 Paris). The bus can be taken from Terminals 2A-2C, 2E-2F, 2B2D, 3 et 1. The Terminal 2G is linked to the Terminal 2F by the shuttle N2. The bus fare costs EUR 12.50 and the journey takes approximately 75 minutes.

Further information concerning the buses and the trains can be found on the Paris Airport Website

Paris Orly Airport - (IATA: ORY, ICAO: LFPO)


The airport Paris Orly is the second international airport in France. Located 20km South from Paris, It serves as a secondary hub for domestic and overseas territories flights of Air France and as the home base for Transavia France. The airport is divided in two terminals, terminal south and terminal west. The airport Paris Orly can be accessible by:

The taxi ranks at the Paris Orly Airport are situated at:

Terminal west: Level 0, Gate B

Terminal south: Level 0, Gate L

The fare from the airport to Paris « rive droite »  (right bank) is 35€

The fare from the airport to Paris « rive gauche » (left bank) is 30€

It takes around 40 minutes to get to the city center.

It is possible to book a taxi through the following website : https://adp.g7booking.com/

Paris-Orly is linked to the RER B station « Antony » by the ORLYVAL shuttle train.
From Paris towards « Antony » take the trains heading for “Saint Remy les Chevreuses”, from « Antony » towards Paris take the trains heading for “Mitry-Claye” or for “Aéroport Charles de Gaulle”. The shuttle can be taken from terminal south: entrance K and from terminal west: entrance A, Arrival level. The train fare costs EUR 13.25 and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes.

The Orlybus connects the airport to the stop “Denfert Rochereau” (walking distance from the Conference Venue (Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel)). The bus can be taken from terminal south: exit L, stop 3 and from terminal west: exit D Arrival level Stop 5. The bus fare costs EUR 8.70 and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes.

Further information concerning the buses and the trains can be found on the Paris Airport Website

ACCESS THE CONFERENCE VENUE


The conference venue is situated at the Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel (17 Boulevard Saint-Jacques, 75014 Paris, France).
The closest metro station is “Glacière” – Line 6 and “Denfert Rochereau” – Line 4.
The closest bus station is “Glacière Tolbiac” – Line 21 and 62.