The conference will take place in the former bishop's palace of Orléans, says Dupanloup hotel, situated 1 street Dupanloup, in Orléans.

Orléans is located 120km south of Paris and it takes approximatively 1hr by train, a bit more by car (a lot more in case of traffic jams).

To come

-- By plane: The nearest airports are in Paris, from there you will have to reach "Gare d'Austerlitz" to take a train to Orléans. There is also an airport in Tours (100km) which has low cost flights run by Ryanair, but public transportation to Orleans may be complicated. There are also "collective taxis" that pick you up at the terminal and drive you to your destination in Orléans
 (see e.g. and - the current price is about 75euros each way)

-- By car: Orléans is at the node of several highways going from Paris to the south west of France (Toulouse A71, Bordeaux A10, Spain)

-- By train: There are regular trains from Paris and Tours and a few trains from other cities in France (e.g. Nantes, Lyon). There is also a night train from Madrid and Barcelona. Note that there are two train stations in Orléans: most intercity trains will only stop in Fleury-les-Aubrais which is located about 4km north of the city center. You should take Tramway A to the city center (direction "Orléans-La Source") to "république" stop.
For train schedules , please visit the French railway

More information can be found at the toursim office web site

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