How to get from the Airport to the city centre:
- Public Transport:The Nantes Shuttle is the official Nantes Airport to Nantes city centre service and is the best way to travel to the city centre by bus. The shuttle departure is in front of Hall 2 and are frequent (every 20 minutes approximately – 30 minutes on Sundays and bank holidays). The bus will take you directly to the city centre in 20 minutes. A single journey will cost you €9: https://www.tan.fr/fr/menu/se-deplacer/tan/navette-aeroport/
Official Nantes Airport Taxis are located directly in front of Hall 1 and operate 24 hours a day. It will cost you approximative €30-35 to go to the city center.
Passport and visa
An identity card is sufficient for EU/EEA citizens. All other participants need a valid passport to enter the European Union.
Visas may be required for participants from some countries. For specific information, please contact the nearest French embassy at least six weeks prior to your departure.
For more information, visit www.eurovisa.info.
The country’s official language is French, however if you cannot speak French you should be able to use your English in some places.
Temperatures in spring are usually around 14 °C in Nantes. The average temperature in Nantes during the congress period is 11-19°C. However there are usually approximately 14 days of rainfall during the month.
For Nantes’s weather forecast, visit AccuWeather.
France Time Zone: Central European Summer Time (CEST)
More information on local times.