The venue address is:
Maison Internationale des Langues et des Cultures
35 Rue Raulin
Access via public transport
Tram T1 | Quai Claude Bernard station
Metro line D (green) | Guillotière-Gabriel Péri metro station
A tram T1 station is available at the Part-Dieu train station (Vivier-Merle exit).
Arriving from Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport
The Rhônexpress tram serves as a link between Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport and the centre of Lyon, to Part-Dieu train station (journey time approx. 30 minutes). For those aged between 12 and 25, a one-way ticket will cost 13.20€ (online and onsite). If you are over the age of 25, a ticket will cost you 14.70€ (2016 rate).
> For more information visit: www.rhonexpress.fr
Taxis are also available to take you directly from the airport to your chosen destination. A trip to the centre of Lyon costs about 50€ and 75€.
The metro, tram and bus systems are all easy way’s to get around Lyon and its suburbs.
Passes are available including; weekly, single, 10 packs, etc.
> For more information visit the TCL website (Lyon Public Transport)
A great way to travel around Lyon is by using the Vélo’v public bicycles. This bike-hiring system allows you to hire and return bikes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any of the 300 stations in the city. The first 30 minutes are free if you have a TCL or Vélo’v card.
A bicycle station is located close to the venue at 8 quai Claude Bernard 69007 Lyon.
Visiting both the local region and other areas of France is easy by train. A return ticket from Lyon to Paris will cost around 120€ or 50€ with a Carte 12-27 (card allowing reduced fares for 12-27 year olds). Special prices can be also available depending of the period.
> For more information visit www.voyages-sncf.com
> For more information visit www.ter-sncf.com
Cars | Car-sharing
Car-sharing is another excellent means of touring around France and the region.
> For more information visit www.covoiturage.fr
> For more information visit www.covoiturage-grandlyon.com