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Thursday, April 14th 2011

General infos

Contact:
Damien Baigl
Department of Chemistry
Ecole Normale Superieure

Address:
24 rue Lhomond
75005 Paris

Phone:
33 1 4432 2405 (from abroad) / 01 4432 2405 (from France)

Email:
damien.baigl@ens.fr

Directions and map

Inside Paris, by public transportations, you have mainly two possibilities:
1) Take metro and go down at "Place Monge" station (Line 7, M mark on the right-hand part of the Google map below). Then follow the Google map below until 24 rue Lhomond (pointed by the "A" pin). When you arrive, ask the front office (on the right) to call me or call me directly.
2) Take RER subway and go down at "Luxembourg" station (Line B, RER mark on the left-hand part of the Google map below). Then follow the Google map below until 24 rue Lhomond (pointed by the "A" pin). When you arrive, ask the front office (on the right) to call me or call me directly.

PS: Please note that, inside Paris and inside Paris only, RER and metro networks are interconnected and undifferenciated so that you can easily connect between metro and RER lines. Both work with one standard metro ticket per travel, whcih can be used for as many connections as you want as long as you stay inside metro and RER networks.

From Charles de Gaulle Airport
From your arrival terminal, follow the sign "Paris by train" until train/RER station (located in the terminal 2), purchase one RER/metro ticket for Paris, take the RER subway (all trains are B line and go to Paris downtown), and go down at Luxembourg station. Then follow the Google map below until 24 rue Lhomond (pointed by the "A" pin. When you arrive, ask the front office (on the right) to call me or call me directly.

PS: All trains go to Paris downtown and stop at Luxembourg station. However, there is usually choice between two trains, one with a lot of stops in the northern subburb of Paris and another one which goes directly to Paris (first stop is Gare du Nord). For the sake of comfort, I recommend to use the second one (which goes directly to Paris).


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Paris Metro Map

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Damien Baigl

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