Travel Information


By Air:

As the largest French airport outside of Paris, Nice international airport is extremely well connected to the major places around the world with direct flights. Nice has daily links with the main cities in Europe, North Africa, Middle East and the American continent (108 direct destinations and 62 regular airlines flying to 37 countries). Nice Côte d’Azur Airport has two terminals. Nice is a hub for both Air France and for low-cost airline EasyJet.
The airport is connected to the city center and the conference venue by direct BUS services and by Tramway (new line opened in 2018). It is 7 km (4.35 miles) from the city center, a 10/15-minute drive from downtown Nice and the conference venue. See for more details.

By Rail:

Nice has a central railway station connecting it to the rest of France and to Italy. The train station is located in the heart of the city and has seven sets of tracks with covered platforms. The conference venue can be reached by a short direct Bus or Tramway ride from the train station. See

By Sea:

Nice harbor also offers convenient access from Corsica (NGV high speed ship) and the rest of the French Riviera. See and

By Road:

Nice is connected to all the great European cities by a major motorway network.

Getting Around Nice:

Nice tramway (T1) streetcar system runs for 8.7 km and stretches from the northern tip of Nice to the seashore. There is a streetcar stop approximately 500 meters away from the conference venue. See

Bus service is an excellent way to get around Nice. The network is extensive and serves the entire city.

Vélo Bleu (or Blue bicycle) is an easy to use self-service bicycle rental system. Find out more at