From Paris to Paris-Le Bourget
In order to give the best possible welcome to the 40,000 people expected, France has chosen the Paris-Le Bourget site for its hosting capacity (18 hectares) and its accessibility. To travel from Paris to Le Bourget, you are strongly advised to use public transport serving the site.
Take the northbound regional express railway (RER) line B train
(in the direction of Charles de Gaulle Airport – Mitry Claye) and get off at the “Le Bourget” station.
Exceptionally, throughout the COP21 Conference, all trains will stop at the Le Bourget station. A special shuttle bus will take you from there to the COP21 site.
Click the image on the right side to download the RER B train map.
You can also take Metro line 7 to the “Fort d’Aubervilliers” station.
It runs every 1 to 12 minutes on weekdays, and every 4 to 13 minutes on weekends.
You can also take a special shuttle bus from there to the conference site.
Click the image on the right side to download the Paris Metro map.
The Paris-Le Bourget site can also be accessed by regular bus routes:
- Bus 152 departing from Metro line 7 at the Porte de la Villette – get off at the “Parc des expositions du Bourget” stop
- Bus 350 departing from the Gare de l’Est, the Gare du Nord or the Porte de la Chapelle (Metro line 12) – get off at the “Parc des expositions du Bourget” stop
- A special bus link operating 24 hours a day from the Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle hotel zone to the conference site.
The Paris-Le Bourget site can be accessed by car on the A86, A1 and A3 motorways, but you may not be able to park and the very dense traffic on these roads makes this a very unreliable method of transport.
For further details on the Paris transportation, visit ratp.fr or the official COP21 website.