The European Forum to discuss Nuclear Technology Issues, Opportunities & Challenges
11 - 14 May 2014, Marseille, France
Join us in Marseille, the most ancient city in France! Marseille was founded in 600 BC by Phoenician Greeks sailing from the East. Anchored by trade, the Phoenician city’s rich culture and cosmopolitan spirit are legendary.
Nowadays Marseille is a sparkling cocktail of complementary flavours… trendy bars and fisherman’s haunts, haute cuisine and ethnic markets, rocky shores and sandy beaches. It’s a world of its own right, full of passion, life and exceptional encounters. It combines Mediterranean villages and Provencal countryside with a cutting-edge infrastructure of a 21st century international metropolis. Marseille Provence, Europe’s 2013 Capital of Culture, is a city of festive and colourful contrasts, where sunshine and business go hand in hand.
Marseille Exhibition and Convention Center – Parc Chanot
Right in the heart of Marseille, only ten minutes from the Old Port and five metro stops from the Saint Charles train station and the new Euroméditerranée centre, the Palais des Congrès et des Expositions de Marseille defines a dynamic business district.
The Palais de Congrès hosts professional events throughout the years. It has emerged as one of France’s leading convention and business venues. ENC 2014 will occupy the entire first floor with 2000 sqm of exhibition space surrounding an expansive patio area.
Direct access to the Parc Chanot – Palais des Congrès et des Expositions de Marseille from the A55 Littoral and A50 Eastern Motorways via the Prado Carnéage Tunnel.
Coach station (near Saint Charles railway station)
Marseille Provence International Airport
Low-cost mp2 terminal: www.mp2.aeroport.fr
Saint Charles railway station