Venue

Paris Convention Centre

Europe’s largest convention centre, the Paris Convention Centre is centrally located and close to the best Paris has to offer.

Address

Paris Convention Centre

1 Place de la Porte de Versailles
75015 Paris

Getting to Paris Convention Centre

From the airport

From Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport: 40km

Take the RoissyBus to Paris–Opéra, then take Metro Line 8 (direction Balard) to Madeleine, and change to Line 12 (direction Mairie d’Issy) to Porte de Versailles–Parc des Expositions station
Take the RER B (direction Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse) to Cité Universitaire station, then take tramway T3 (direction Pont du Garigliano) to Porte de Versailles–Parc des Expositions stop

From Orly airport: 15km

Take the Orlyval train to Antony, then the RER B to Cité Universitaire, change to the tramway T3 and get off at the Porte de Versailles–Parc des expositions stop
Take the Orlybus to Denfert-Rochereau, then the RER B to Cité Universitaire, change to the tramway T3 and get off at the Porte de Versailles–Parc des expositions stop

Public Transport

The Paris Convention Centre supports sustainable mobility, and suggests the following stops:

  • Metro: Line 12, Porte de Versailles station – exit 1 for pavilions 2 to 7 & exit 2 for pavilion 1
  • Tramway: Lines T2 and T3a, Porte de Versailles – Parc des Expositions stop
  • Bus: Line 80, Porte de Versailles–Parc des Expositions stop / Line 39, Desnouettes stop
  • Bicycle: Vélib' station in avenue Ernest Renan

Parking

Best parking is found in Car Park 7, accessible via Rue Marcel Yol, 92 170 Vanves

Taxi and chauffer-driven vehicles

Taxi:

The special equipment in a licensed taxi comprises:

  • The illuminated "Taxi Perisien" sign on the roof of the taxi
  • A display meter showing the cost of the journey
  • A display at the rear of the vehicle and visible from the exterior which enables the monitoring of the daily duration of use of the vehicle
  • A plate fixed to the front right-hand wing of the vehicle bearing the license number

Chauffer-driven vehicles:

Cars with a driver (VTC) created in 2009 are private companies whose vehicles do not have a taxi sign on the roof nor a meter inside and which can only accept passengers if a booking has been previously made for them. Services are personalised and a fixed price is decided on in advance. A variety of vehicles are offered including cars, minivans, and limousines.

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