My Congress in Nice
Rediscover the French Riviera and its exceptional climate! Take advantage of a destination where know-how, accessibility and infrastructures will ensure the success of your project.
Coming here c'is easy!
Second largest airport in France after Paris, more than 161 airlines, 54 regular airlines and 117 destinations in 40 countries, 25 daily connections between Paris and Nice.
The Palais des Congrès de Nice Acropolis is located 7 km from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport.
Connections between airport and city centre:
Bus line 98 : Airport / Gare Riquier via the Promenade des Anglais
Bus line 99 : Airport / Railway station / Airport
Aero" ticket for lines 98 and 99 which provide express service to the airport 6€.
The town is served by the A8 "La Provençale" from Aix-en-Provence. Parking lots with 19,000 spaces provide a solution to parking problems everywhere in the town.
Exit n°50 : Promenade des Anglais
Exit n°51 : Saint-Augustin / airport
Exit #52: Sait-Isidore
Exit n°54 : Nice north
Exit n°55 : Nice East
10 daily direct TGV lines from Paris to Nice in 5h52. Nice is also connected to Lyon (4h20), Lille (7h15), Dijon (6h10) and Metz (9h15). TER trains quickly connect the main towns on the Côte d'Azur between Cannes and Ventimiglia.
Avenue Thiers - 06000 Nice
Opening hours : 05h00 - 00h30
- BUS: 100 regular lines serving 24 municipalities
- TRAMWAY : 2 tramway lines that run from 4:25 to 1:25
The Régie Ligne d'Azur (RLA) is the body responsible for operating the public transport network in the Nice area.
Information and timetable on the website www.lignesdazur.com
Autobleue: introduction of electric cars, 140 Auto Bleue vehicles and 68 stations are spread throughout the country
Information on the site: www.auto-bleue.org
A network of 350 taxis available 24 hours a day for urban or interurban travel.
CENTRAL TAXI RIVIERA : +33(0)4 93 13 78 78
Possibility to book a taxi the day before: + 33 (0) 899 70 08 78
Nice - Centre Ville airport: flat rate: 32€ (luggage included)
Vélobleu is the self-service bicycle rental system in Nice. The fleet includes about 1750 bicycles spread over 175 stations.
For more information: https://www.velobleu.org/
Thanks to Acropolis, created in 1984 and recently renovated, Nice has become the leading city in France, after Paris, for business tourism and one of the leading convention centers in the world.
How do I get there?
From the airport: Bus n° 98 to Cathédrale Vieille-Ville, then tramway to Pasteur - stop: Acropolis.
From the SNCF station: tramway stop Thiers direction Pasteur - stop: Acropolis.
From the A8 La Provençale motorway: Exit 50 then Nice Centre, the Promenade des Anglais and follow the signs : Acropolis.