Access to the conference

The 13th Journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet will take place in Aix en Provence.
You will find here all information about transportation to go to the Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique.

From the MP Airport (Marignane)

For going to the Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique from the MP airport, you need to take the bus departs from the Airport Platform 1.
You must pay for this a ticket which costs 8.20€, you can buy it directly on the official website of the MP airport or to the ticket office.
Get off the bus at Aix-en-Provence Central City Bus Station (gare routière), the last bus stop.

Take the bus number 7 (“Parc Relais Brunet > Krypton”), at the station "Brossolette" (near central bus station).
Get off the bus at “Les Facultés”.
It costs 1€. Informations

Or you can walk from the bus station to the faculties; take the avenue Pierre Brossolette, then take the avenue Winston Churchill.

 

From the Aix-en-Provence TGV station

From the Aix-en-Provence TGV station, you need to take the bus number 40 (Navette aéroport gare TGV) and buy a ticket directly to the driver or at Aix-en-Provence TGV station which will cost you 4,10€.
Get off the bus at Aix-en-Provence gare routière.

Take the bus number 7 (“Parc Relais Brunet > Krypton”), at the station "Brossolette" (near central bus station).
Get off the bus at “Les Facultés”.
It costs 1€. Informations

Or you can walk from the bus station to the faculties; take the avenue Pierre Brossolette, then take the avenue Winston Churchill.

 

From the Marseille Saint-Charles Station

From the Saint-Charles Station, you need to take the bus number 50 which is located near to the platforms.
You can pay the ticket directly to the driver, it costs 5.70€.
Get off of the bus at Aix-en-Provence gare routière, the last bus stop.

Take the bus number 7 (“Parc Relais Brunet > Krypton”), at the station "Brossolette" (near central bus station).
Get off the bus at “Les Facultés”.
It costs 1€. Informations

Or you can walk from the bus station to the faculties; take the avenue Pierre Brossolette, then take the avenue Winston Churchill.