Venue & Accommodation
The Training Course will take place at the Novotel Paris East Hotel. The hotel is ideal location on the outskirts of Paris gives easy access to the lively République and Bastille districts. Metro line 3 is a two-minute walk from the hotel and takes you directly to Opéra and the Parisian department stores. Easy and direct access from international airports.
The registration package includes accommodation in a shared twin room (2 nights, from 05 – 07 December 2019) and meals during the Allergy School.
If you selected the accommodation opt-out version, NO accommodation will be booked for you in the Novotel Paris Est. For any additional nights or individual bookings, we ask you to liaise with the hotel directly. For any other questions regarding your accommodation, please contact EAACI Headquarters.
Novotel Paris East Hotel
1 avenue de la République,
93170 Bagnolet, France
Tel: +33 1 49 93 63 00
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Bus: On buses, you use the same tickets as in the metro, with no limit of distance (including suburbs), except on the Balabus, Noctilien and routes 221, 297, 299, 350 and 351. The bus drivers can sell single tickets, be sure to have the correct change. Bus going to the Paris – Charles de Gaulle airport from Paris / Bus going to the Paris Orly airport from Paris / Buy Bus tickets
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Taxi: 4 flat-rate fares have been introduced for journeys between Paris and Paris airports (and vice versa) since 1 March 2016:
Paris ‘Rive Droite’ (‘Right Bank’)/CDG Roissy = €50
Paris ‘Rive Gauche’ (Left Bank’)/CDG Roissy = €55
Paris Rive Droite/Orly = €35
Paris Rive gauche/Orly = €30
Important: anyone claiming to be a taxi driver, who does not have a specially equipped vehicle, is illegal. You can take a taxi by hailing one in the street (it is free if the sign on the roof is lit up and green), at a taxi rank and by calling one of the main taxi firms.
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