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24, chemin de Borde Rouge –Auzeville – CS52627
31326 Castanet Tolosan CEDEX - France

Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Mistral Montpellier

July 2 - 13,2008 Montpellier

Important dates


  • Registration deadline: 31/05/2018
  • 100% refund if the number of participant was under 10 persons.

Local Information

Traveling Information

A valid passport (or identity card for European citizens) is required for all visitors entering France.
No visa is required for citizens from the EU or from most other European countries, USA, and Japan [Do you need a visa ?].
Please contact the French embassy, consulate or customs agency in your own country for details regarding visa and entry requirements.

Access Plan

How to reach Montpellier

By air and bus

From Montpellier Méditerrannée airport, take the shuttle (navette) to downtown Montpellier.
Take the tramway line 1 (blue) direction Mosson and stop at the train station.
From there, take bus n° 6 near the square, on the left, direction Euromédecine / Stop at Pierre Viala.
Buses are running from 6am to 9pm. [ Montpellier Méditerranée Airport ]
tel: + 33 (0) 4 67 20 85 00 / + 33 (0) 4 67 20 85 85
[Timetable of line 6 direction PAS DE LOUP or direction EUREOMÉDECINE]
[Map of the network]

By train and bus

There are direct trains from Paris to Montpellier (duration =3h20), from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport to Montpellier (duration = 3h30),
and from Bruxelles to Montpellier (duration = 5h)
Booking at SNCF : Tél. : 08 36 67 68 69 (N° vert) or

From the station : go out from the station near the tramway area and
take the bus n° 6 near the square, on the left, direction Euromédecine / Stop at Pierre Viala.
Buses are running from 6am to 9pm.
[Timetable of line 6 direction PAS DE LOUP or direction EUROMÉDECINE] [Map of the network]

By road

From the motorway:
– Exit at Montpellier Sud exit
– At the loop turn to “Mosson”
– After a few kilometers (Avenue des Prés d’Arènes and Avenue de la Liberté)
   turn on the right following the signs “Hôpitaux Facultés”
– At the supermarket “Géant casino”, go straight and pass under the road tunnel.
– Turn after the 4th red light on ‘Avenue du Professeur Louis Ravas’.
– The campus is located on the left after the 2nd traffic light.

How to reach the meeting place

The meeting will be held at the:
Campus INRA / Montpellier SupAgro Bâtiment 7
2, place Pierre Viala
34060 Montpellier Cx 2

GPS coordinates: 43°37’04.7″N 3°51’26.2″E DMS (degrees, minutes, seconds)