The conference will be held in France at the University of Rennes on the Campus of Beaulieu at 4 km of the city center.
How to come?
• By air
Scheduled direct flights to Ireland, England, Paris, Bordeaux, Nice, Lyon, Toulouse, Marseille, Montpellier, etc.
Rennes Saint-Jacques airport is situated south-west of Rennes, about 10 minutes from the city center.
Reception and information telephone:
+33 (0)2 99 29 60 00 or 36 54
(€0.34 per minute from a landline).
and travel agencies.
For flights to Manchester, Exeter and Belfast: http://fr.flybe.com
For flights to Southampton and Dublin: http://www.aerlingus.com
• By road
Rennes is the gateway to Brittany. It is very easy to access thanks to a well-developed road network (free dual carriageway to Nantes, Brest, Lorient or Saint-Brieuc, motorway to Paris).
• By train
Rennes has a high-speed train station. There are 18 daily links to paris (2 hours, shortly 1½ hours).
+33 (0)8 92 35 35 35
from 7am to 10pm daily
• By sea
Rennes is served by Brittany Ferries from Portsmouth to Plymouth
Rennes is a true student and academic city (about 60000 students!).
There are many opportunities to discover local culture, history, and
Tourist office in Rennes: what to see / accomodation / Eating out /
what to do / practical info/ etc. :
"History and Youth in Rennes, Brittany" (article published in the New York Times - 17 nov 2011) :
the wikipedia page upon the city of Rennes :
Guide for foreign visitors :
general information about Rennes :
coming to Rennes by train (railway station):
coming to Rennes by plane (Rennes St Jacques airport):
coming to the scientific campus of Beaulieu (university of Rennes 1):
moving into Rennes :