The 10th International Conference on Tularemia will be held at the World Trade Center Grenoble in Grenoble, France. Grenoble has a long historical background going back over 2,000 years and it is known to be the “Capital of the Alps“. The city is also a significant European scientific center with a concentration of high-tech companies implanted all around it.
The city’s railroad is served by the French high speed rail network, with frequent trains to Paris (3h) and Marseille (2h). There are also two main international airports (Lyon Saint Exupéry and Geneva) near the city with frequent airport shuttles (every 30 minutes) to Grenoble’s train and bus station.
5-7, place Robert Schuman – BP 1521- 38025 GRENOBLE CEDEX 1
- By train: Lyon in 1h30, Geneva in 2h, Paris in 3h,
- By plane: Grenoble (30min), Lyon (1h) and Geneva (1h30) airports
- Regular shuttles between the airports and Grenoble train station,
- A soft transport network (5 TRAM lines, 300 kilometers of cycle paths through the Grenoble area)
More information coming soon.