Third Meeting of the ANR ADYCT
Strasbourg, November 7 - 8, 2022
Coming to Strasbourg

By train

All trains will arrive to and depart from the central station in Strasbourg. Again, if you need to travel by train from another French city, please make sure to book your tickets in advance (tickets can NOT be purchased on board), see the SNCF website. The station is very close to the historical center, and many trams and buses depart from it (especially tram C going to campus, see below).

By Car

Driving to Strasbourg is relatively straightforward; the highway (either A4 if you arrive from the north or A35 if you arrive from the south, roughly) will bring you very close to the city center. Please be aware, however, that parking in Strasbourg can be quite difficult (on campus, it is nearly impossible). If your hotel does not provide you with a parking spot, you can use one of the Park & Ride parking ran by the local public transport company, see here.

By aircraft

The closest airport is Strasbourg-Entzheim, however it is a small airport with few international flights. It is recommanded to fly to larger airports and then take a local transport.

If you arrive in Paris-Charles de Gaulle with other air companies, there are direct trains to Strasbourg leaving from the airport. You have to buy the train ticket separately, please keep in mind that tickets should be booked in advance (usually 1 or 2 months before the trip), for instance here.

If you arrive in Strasbourg-Entzheim, from there you can either:

Another possibility is Basel Mulhouse Freiburg airport. You may then take a train to Basel central station and from there, another train to Strasbourg. There are also but shuttles between the airport and Strasbourg.

Coming to the IRMA (Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée)

The conference venue is located on the Esplanade campus, very close to the city center; the IRMA building is here. The exact address is

From the main station, you have several options:

Here is a useful map of the city: StrasMap. You also have access to maps and schedules on the website of CTS, the local public transport company.


If you have some free time, you may consider visiting Strasbourg and its surroundings. Here is a small list of interesting places: