How to get to Intermat

By Chris Sleight22 February 2012

By car

The Parc des Expositions is to the North-east of Paris and close to the A1, A3, A86 and A104 motorways.

From Paris:
Take the A1 or A3 motorway, then the A104 access road (Direction: Soissons). Follow signs for Parc des Expositions.
If there is a traffic jam on the A1, take the Le Bourget exit, then the N2, N370 and CD40 roads to the exhibition.

From Paris Bercy, Orly, A6:
Take the A4, then the A86 and A3 motorways. If there is a traffic jam at the A6 junction, continue to the A104, then take the Parc des Expositions exit.

From Roissy and Lille:
Take the A1, then the A104 motorways, then take the Parc des Expositions exit.

From Nancy/Metz:
Take the A4, then the A104, then take the Parc des Expositions exit.

By train

The Parc des Expositions is on Line B of the Regional Express Network (RER) railway, which is part of the Paris Metro system. If travelling from central Paris, take northbound trains with a destination of Aeroport Charles de Gaulle. DO NOT take northbound trains to Mitry - Claye, which is a separate northern spur of the RER network.

By air

From Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport:
The exhibition centre is 5 minutes from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport. Take the RER B, (Direction: Robinson-Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse). Get off at the first stop: Parc des Expositions.

From Orly airport:
Take the Orly-Val (light automatic metro) to Antony, then take the RER B (Direction: Roissy-Charles de Gaulle). Get off at Parc des Expositions.

By bus

Free shuttle busses are available between Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Orly Airport, Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse and the Parc des Expositions. They will depart every 30 minutes going to the show between 08.30 and 12.30, and return every 30 minutes between 14.30 and 18.30.

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