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Site colloque : 8th International Legume Root Diseases workshop


2021 Rennes, France

Venue Rennes

The workshop will be held at AGROCAMPUS-OUEST, Rennes, Brittany, France (Moule amphitheater, “La Masure” building).

AGROCAMPUS-OUEST is a “Grande école”, or ‘elite public university-level college’, for life and environmental sciences and technologies.You will benefit from the charming city of Rennes, capital of Brittany with its rich architectural and natural heritage resulting of 2000 years of history.

Address: 65, rue de Saint-Brieuc
F-35042 Rennes Cedex


- Rennes–Saint-Jacques Airport, then Bus n°57 from airport to "Republique" station (20 minutes)

- You may also land on an airport with more international connection:

  • Nantes Atlantique Airport (IATA: NTE, ICAO: LFRS) : reach "Nantes" train station by bus (20min) then "Rennes" by train (2H).
  • Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (IATA: CDG, ICAO: LFPG): reach "CDG-terminal2 TGV" train station to "Rennes" (2H30).
  • from all Paris airports: reach "Paris Montparnasse" train station by bus or subway to "Rennes" (1H30).


Rennes train station (from Paris: 1h25)

Venue Agrocampus Ouest


Direction Kennedy, stop at "Villejean Université" Station and walk for 12 minutes Map


From "Republique" Station, Bus n°C4, direction Grand Quartier, stop Marbœuf station or bus n°53, direction Vezin, L'Hermitage et La Chapelle Thouarault, stop "Agrocampus" station.

Schedules of the bus lines to find on the site:



Taxis Rennes ; Tel: (+33)2 99 30 79 79 ; Website:; Email:


Nearest the conference site:

In the city center:

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Before or after the conference

You may enjoy the surroundings: The king Arthur's forest of Broceliande, Brittany coasts, Brittany prehistoric sites like Carnac and Monteneuf, English islands (Jersey and Guernsey), The Mont-Saint-Michel, The medieval cities of Dinan and Vannes, The pirate city of Saint-Malo, diving and sailing, etc.