By train

Lille Europe and its high-speed TGV trains receive some 8000 travellers per day and have put Lille 50 minutes from Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, 4 hours 40 minutes from Marseille, 3 hours from Lyon, 4 hours from Nantes, 2 hours and 34 minutes from Amsterdam, 1 hour and 20 minutes from London and 38 minutes from Brussels. At Lille Europe or Lille Flandres stations, take the metro (in direction of Saint Philibert- Fort de Mons), exit at “Lille Grand Palais” station. Walk along “boulevard Louis XIV”, then take the first street on your left “rue du Professeur Calmette”. The Institute is on your left.

By road

Lille is at the crossroads of the densest motorway network in France (after Paris and its surrounding area) : A1 (Paris), A27 (Brussels), A23 (Valenciennes, Mons, Aix-la-Chapelle), A25 (Dunkirk, London), A22 (Ghent, Antwerp, Amsterdam), A26 (London, Calais, Lyon)… Follow direction “Lille-Centre” and exit n°2 and n°2a (Lille Centre / Lille Grand palais). You arrive on boulevard Louis XIV, keep your left. Turn left at the first traffic-lights towards “Boulevard du Maréchal Vaillant” and follow “Camille Guerin” street, then turn right to “Professeur Calmette” street. The Institute is on your right.

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