To reach Grenoble :
You have a choice between the Lyon-Saint-Exupéry or Geneva-Cointrin airports.
- Lyon Saint Exupéry is an international airport served by most airlines. At the airport, you can take a shuttle to the Grenoble bus station, or the high-speed train to Grenoble Gare (around 60 minutes).
- Geneva-Cointrin is an international airport in Switzerland. At the airport you can take a shuttle to Grenoble bus station, or you can take the train from Geneva to Grenoble (around two and a half hours).
From Paris (departure from Charles de Gaulle airport, Paris “Gare de Lyon”, or Massy-TGV near Orly airport), you can take the high-speed train to Grenoble (three to four hours trip).
From the Lyon-Saint Exupéry airport (or from Lyon), take the A43 in the direction of Chambéry-Grenoble then the A41 towards Grenoble.
To reach Inria from Grenoble :
Bus shuttle for participants
We will organise a special bus-shuttle from Grenoble downtown to Inria every day for the participants : one in the morning to get to Inria, and one at the end of the afternoon back to Grenoble.
The departure of the shuttle will be at 8:15 am from Grenoble railway station, at the bus stop in front of the Hotel Terminus.
The bus will carry a signage "Inria - Euromech 2016" on the windshield.
A taxi from central Grenoble (or the station) will cost around 30 euros. Depending on the traffic, the trip to Inria will take 15-30 minutes. Taxi Transialpes: +33 (0)4 76 71 67 02
Follow the A41 towards Chambéry and take exit 25 for Montbonnot. Then, follow the signs for Inria then for Inria parking. Inria’s main entrance is located in the middle of the building between two small ponds.
By regular tram/bus service
- Voiron/Grenoble/Lumbin Express Line – Pré de l’eau stop, then bus number 6070 – Inria stop.
- By tram then bus: take tram B to the Grenoble university campus (“Condillac Universités” stop) then bus 6070 (in the direction “Bernin”) to the “Inria” stop.