The Grenoble INP Auditorium
is located 3 Parvis Louis Néel, on the MINATEC campus, in the immediate vicinity of Grenoble SNCF - TGV train station and the Europole business district.
Access by tram
Tram line B to "Grenoble Presqu'île" drops you in front of the conference building (Cité Internationale
station). This line also has a stop at Grenoble Gares
station, and ends at the East campus via the city center. You can consult the timetables and the plan of the line on this site: http://www.tag.fr/
A city in the south-east of France, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and the county of Isère. Located between three massifs of the Alps, the Vercors, the Massif of Chartreuse, and the chain of Belledonne, its geographical position and the form of its urbanization gives it the nickname of ”Y” Grenoblois. It is the ideal place for winter sports. It has the geographical peculiarity of being a singularly flat city in a mountain environment. Its altitude is 214 m. The agglomeration of Grenoble is the tenth French university center. It is also one of the most famous higher education centers in France, especially in the scientific field. More than 63,000 students are studying in the various institutions located in the Grenoble metropolitan area.
How to get to Grenoble
- By train 8 TGV per day, linking Paris to Grenoble, no more reason to not come to visit the place! The city is innovative, dynamic and contains numerous historical secrets. Daily TGV lines offer a quality travel to easily reach the capital of the Alps.
- By plane
- Lyon St Exupéry airport: Only 55 min way from the city center of Grenoble, the airport of Lyon allows an arrival on the territory from the entire Europe. With a considerable network of shuttles, notably Ouibus and Flixbus, transfers to reach Grenoble-Alps Metropolis have never been so easy.
- Geneva airport: 1h45 from the city center of Grenoble, Geneva’s airport offers numerous flights to come and go. No time to loose, come to discover the wealth of the city thanks to a significant frequency of shuttles between Geneva and Grenoble.