BioIntelligence Symposium 2014
July 2-4, 2014 - Paris, France
Registration upon invitation only.
Please do not forget your ID card to access the Institut Pasteur, it is mandatory.
28 Rue du Docteur Roux
28 Rue du Docteur Roux
By Metro or Bus:
By Metro: Get off at either Volontaires (line 12) or Pasteur (lines 6 and 12) station. These stations are just a 5 minutes walk from the Institut Pasteur. Be Careful! Pasteur Station will be closed on the line 6 but still reachable with the line 12.
Map of the metro network: http://www.ratp.fr/en/ratp/c_5000/accueil
By Bus: Bus number 95 (Institut Pasteur stop, direction Porte de Vanves) stops in front of the Institute’s entrance. Buses number 39 and 70 (Volontaires-Vaugirard or Sèvres-Lecourbe stops) stop slightly further away (5 to 10 minute walk) and not far from Pasteur metro station.
Rue du Docteur Roux is a one way street and you pay for parking spaces. Paying public car parks are available at the following addresses:
81 r Falguière 75015 Paris Tel.: +33 (0)1 43 35 27 69
50 av Maine 75015 Paris
Direct access to Montparnasse station and TGV Tel.: +33 (0)1 43 21 50 30
From Paris airports:
The journey from Paris airports to the Institut Pasteur takes from 45 minutes (if you are coming from Orly airport) to 90 minutes (if you are coming from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport)
Different routes are possible from Orly airport:
By Orlyval, you must buy a special ticket to travel between Paris and Orly via Antony which is valid throughout the metro and RER networks. At the Antony RER station, take RER line B to Denfert-Rochereau station. Then take line 6 to Pasteur station.
By Orlybus, you must also buy a special ticket to travel by bus between Paris (Terminus at Denfert-Rochereau) and Orly. From Denfert-Rochereau take the metro (line 6 direction Charles de Gaulle - Etoile) to Pasteur station.
You can take the Air France bus to Paris-Montparnasse. You can either walk about 15 minutes or take the metro (line number 6 direction Charles de Gaulle - Etoile) to get from Montparnasse-Bienvenue station to Pasteur station.
An Orlyrail shuttle will also take you to the RER C (Aéroport d’Orly station)
Finally, the Jetbus will take you to the Villejuif-Aragon metro station, terminus of line 7.
Different routes are possible from Roissy – Charles de Gaulle airport:
Cars Air France:
CdG - Porte Maillot - Arc de Triomphe
CdG - Gare de Lyon - Gare Montparnasse
Go to the RER station at the airport accessible from terminals 1 or 2, or use the free Aéroports de Paris shuttles if your flight lands at the other terminals. Take the RER B to Denfert-Rochereau. Then take line 6 to Pasteur station. By Roissybus This bus goes from the airport to rue Scribe, near place de l’Opéra. Tickets are on sale at line terminus, in the airports and on board buses.
By train, from Paris' main SNCF stations:
Paris has several SNCF (railway) stations. Below are the routes by metro between the Institut Pasteur and the main stations.
This is the closest station to the Institut Pasteur. You can either walk about 15 minutes or take line 6 to Pasteur station.
Saint Lazare station
Take line 12 to Pasteur station (about 20 minutes)
Gare de Lyon station
Take line 14 to Bercy station. Change to line 6 to Pasteur station. Journey time is roughly 35 minutes.
Take line 5 to Place d’Italie. Change to line 6 to Pasteur station. Journey time is roughly 30 minutes.
Gare de l’Est station
Take line 4 to Raspail station. Then change to line 6 to Pasteur station. Journey time is roughly 35 minutes.
Gare du Nord station
Take the RER B to Denfert-Rochereau. Change and take line 6 to Pasteur station. Journey time is roughly 35 minutes.