The congress will take place in Pau, France
Pau benefits from an exceptional geographical location, between the Atlantic ocean (100 km / 62 mi) and the majestic Pyrenees’ mountains (50 km / 31 mi). This position gives it a striking panorama across the mountain range of the Pyrenees especially from its landmark “Boulevard des Pyrenees”, as well as the hillsides of Jurançon. According to Alphonse de Lamartine, “Pau has the world’s most beautiful view of the earth just as Naples has the most beautiful view of the sea”. This ancient royal city is serving as the captivating capital of the Béarn since 1464. This could explain why a town citizen is feeling more “Béarnais” than French!.
Travel BY PLANE
There is an airport in Pau with several daily connections to Paris and Lyon.
see more at Pau airport
There is a second airport at Tarbes (40 min distant from Pau) with international connections with Dublin, London, Brussels, Krakow , and Paris.
see more at Tarbes airport
Travel BY TRAIN
Pau is connected to Paris, Bordeaux and Toulouse, by an extensive route network of train services. Several daily connections are available.
TAXI ranks are located next to the Main Hall exit.
see more at French railways timetable