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International Symposiumon Work in Agriculture_ISWA - Clermont-Ferrand - New dates : March 29th - April 1rst, 2021

Venue & Travel

ISWA - New dates : March 29th - April 1rst, 2021 - Clermont-Ferrand (France)

* Symposium venue

The symposium will be held at the  Centre Diocésain

Bandeau Centre dio

adress : 133 Avenue de la République - Clermont-Ferrand

* Accomodations

For booking your hotels, please follow this link :

The hotels near the symposium venue (Centre Diocésain) : Clik here to open google maps

* Access

Clermont-Ferrand is located in the centre of France, 350 km from Paris, 200 km from Lyon or 300 km from Montpellier.

by plane : Clermont-Ferrand/Auvergne airport is located few kilometers from the city centre. You may reach your hotel or the Centre Diocésain using taxis available at the airport's exit or by bus. For further information, please visit Clermont-Ferrand airport website. 

by train : Oui-Sncf Website : Clermont-Ferrand railway station is located near Centre Diocésain. To reach your hotel or Centre Diocésain you may walk or use taxis available at the railway station's exit Click here to open Google map from the railway station to Centre Diocésain

by car :

  • From Paris via the A71 motorway in 4 hours.
  • The free A75 motorway links Clermont-Ferrand to Montpellier in just 3 hours.
  • Take the A72 motorway to get to Lyon in 2 hours or the A89 to Bordeaux in 3hr45 min.

By bus : National and European routes at low prices from the Clermont-Ferrand bus station.
Schedules, fares and booking at:

Taxi : for booking a taxi please use this phone number: +33 4 73 19 53 53

Driving in Clermont-Ferrand is easy and it's possible to park in the car parking near Centre Diocésain during the day only (from 9:00 am to 19:00 pm). However, we advise to leave your car at your hotel and to use buses or tramway (see below) that desserve Centre Diocésain (tramway stop 'Gravière').