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The Cell Symposia: Infection Biology in the Age of the Microbiome will be held at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

Institut Pasteur
25-28 Rue du Dr Roux
75015 Paris
France

Founded in 1887 and based in France, the Institut Pasteur is an international research and education institute that is committed to advancing science, medicine and public health. The Institut Pasteur is a private, non-profit foundation with recognized charitable status entrusted with four core missions of public interest – research, education, the health of populations and people, and innovation development and technology transfer.

Traveling to Institute Pasteur from Paris:

By car

Rue du Docteur Roux is a one way street and parking is very limited. Paying public car parks are available at Sogeparc France (81 rue Falguière) and Car Park (50 avenue du Maine).

From the airport

The journey from Paris Orly airport to the Institut Pasteur takes approximately 45 minutes and 90 minutes from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport.

Train

Paris has several SNCF (railway) stations.
Montparnasse is the closest station to the Institut Pasteur. You can either walk approximately 15 minutes or take the metro (line number 6 direction Charles de Gaulle - Etoile) to take you from Montparnasse-Bienvenue station to Pasteur station (one stop).

Metro

Get off at either ‘Volontaires’ (line 12) or Pasteaur (lines 6 and12) station. These stations are just a 5 minute walk from the Institut Pasteur.
You can buy tickets at the Metro stations, RER stations, certain RATP commercial agencies, automated dispencers at Roissybus stops, RATP desks in Orly or CDG airports.  

Bus

Bus number 95 (Institut Pasteur stop, direction Porte de Vanves) stops in front of the Institutes entrance.
Bus numbers 39 and 70 (Volontaires-Vaugirad or Sevres-Lecourbe stops) are located approximately 10 minutes from the Institut Pasteur


Paris

Paris, France's capital is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

For further information on sightseeing on Paris, please visit the official website of the convention and visitors bureau here.


 

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