26-28 Aug 2015 Paris (France)

Directions to ENSAE

The transportation system of Paris and its region is based on the metro and on the RER, which is a suburban train. 

Here is a map of the 
Metro and RER network. Here is an interactive map of the Paris transportation network.

  • Detailled instructions for those arriving at a Paris airport

Closest airport is Paris Orly (ORY);  second closest is Roissy Charles de Gaulle (CDG). 

From Orly, you can either take a cab or take OrlyVal (direction Antony) up to Antony, RER B from Antony to Cité Universitaire, and then Tramway 3a (direction Pont Garigliano - Hopital Europeen George Pompidou) up to Porte de Vanves (lasts 1h: you can buy the ticket for the whole trip at the desk at Orly airport). 

From CDG, you can either take a cab or take RER B (direction Massy-Palaiseau) up to Cite Universitaire, and thenTramway 3a (direction Pont Garigliano - Hopital Europeen George Pompidou) up to Porte de Vanves (costs about 10 euros and lasts about 1h15: you can buy the ticket for the whole trip at the desk at the airport). 

  • Other ways to get to ENSAE:

Métro - Line 13 (from Paris take the direction Chatillon-Montrouge), stop at Porte de Vanves
Bus
 - Line 58 up to Pont de la Vallée (from Paris) ou Line 95 (from Paris take the direction Porte de Vanves), stop at Porte de Vanves

Tramway
 - T3, stop at Porte de Vanves
Car
 - Périphérique Porte de Vanves or Porte de Brancion
Vélib
 - Porte de Vanves 


  • Once you arrive at Porte de Vanves:


ENSAE ParisTech is a 7-minute walk from the Metro station Porte de Vanves. It is attached to the INSEE building. See below for a Google map.

  •  By car


 The exact address of ENSAE ParisTech is 3 avenue Pierre Larousse, in Malakoff. You can plan your trip with your favorite trip planner, e.g., mappy.

 

 

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