The conference will be held at Genopolys.
Campus Arnaud de Villeneuve
141 rue de la Cardonille
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/V8pGDgapFoUJfe1m9
Located by the Mediterranean sea, in the Occitanie region of France, the city of Montpellier combines a typical relaxed atmosphere with a rich medieval downtown and a modern metropolis known for its innovation and scientific activities. Built around the year 985, Montpellier is now the 7th-largest city of France. The good weather and quality of life have made Montpellier the fastest-growing city in the country over the past 25 years. Within a few kilometers, the countryside around Montpellier offers many cultural activities and various landscapes from vineyards to Camargue’s lagoons and their wildlife, and of course the beaches.
By plane : You can get to Montpellier by airplane connecting from Paris, London or Amsterdam.
Montpellier airport https://www.montpellier.aeroport.fr/ is located 20mn by taxi or shuttle bus to the center of the town.
By train : Direct TGV from Paris (3h30), Barcelona (3h) or Brussel (5h).
Notice : There is two railway stations in Montpellier : Montpellier St Roch is located in the center of the town near place de la comedie and connects with all tramway lines.
Montpellier Sud de France is a new TGV only station located in the suburbs of the town with much less connections to the tramway line, prefer Montpellier St Roch for your trip.
By tramway : Montpellier city has a dense network of tramways with 4 lines connecting all major places including Genopolys conference centre. https://tam.cartographie.pro/. Tramway is the most convenient way for commuting in Montpellier. https://www.tam-voyages.com