How to get there

24 April 2008

By Road

From Paris (South) Autoroute A1- Porte de la Chapelle. Autoroute A3 - Porte de Bagnolet, then A104 towards Soissons and Parc des Expositions. If the A1 is congested you can exit at Le Bourget and get to the park via N2 and CD 40.

From Roissy and Lille (North)

Autoroute A1, then A104

From Nancy and Metz (East)

Autoroute A4, then A104

From Paris/Bercy, Orly and Autoroute A6 (West)

Autoroute A4, then A86 and A3. If the exit for A86 is congested, keep going until you get to A104.

By RER (from Paris)

Take line B of the RER express link towards Roissy-Charles-de- Gaulle airport. Get off at the “Parc des Expositions” station, which is about 20 minutes from the center of Paris. Trains run every 7 minutes in both directions.

By Train

A 20% discount on 1st and 2nd class rail fares is available on presentation of a rail reduction voucher. These vouchers can be requested by fax (only) on + 33 (0) 1 49 68 54 75.

By Plane International Flights Air France offices and call centres throughout the World will offer preferential fares from your country of departure. Appropriate published fares from French overseas departments and territories apply. For your nearest Air France Office and call centres visit www.airfrance.com for more information.

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