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Nitrogen 2016

22 - 26 August 2016 Montpellier

Gala Dinner

Gala Dinner will take place in Domaine des Moures (Villeneuve les Maguelone)

Accomodation

The conference organizing committee will not handle accommodation of the participants. You are kindly requested to make your hotel reservations on your own. The meeting will take place in the Corum conference center, located in Montpellier city center.
There are many hotels within walking distance from the Corum, and you will have many options for accommodation. However, because Montpellier is an attractive area for tourism, we strongly advise you the make your hotel booking as soon as possible.
To help you in this matter, you will find a list of hotels: here

In and around Montpellier

To make your life easier and facilitate your access to downtown Montpellier, don't hesitate to use the park and ride lots just outside the city.
Get around Montpellier and surrounding area by tramway, bus, bicycle, two-wheeled vehicles, foot, tourist train, rental car and taxi.

City map

How to get to Montpellier

Along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in southern France, Montpellier has everything it takes to please. A lively and surprising city in the heart of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, Montpellier is vibrant, elegant and artistic. People are drawn here by the city's rich past, former and contemporary glory, intense cultural life and youthful feel.

Access Montpellier

Passports & Visas

passport-visa iconEvery person entering France should be in possession of a valid passport or ID card meeting the official EU standard. Some countries require a visa. You can get detailed information from the website of French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france) Please contact the nearest French Embassy or Consulate to your home for further information.

Electricity

icon electricity Electricity used in France is 220 Volts; its frequency is 50 Hz and the plugs have two male contact points. Plan to bring a transformer for your electrical or electronic equipment using different voltage. 

Plug & socket type C or E (www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets)

Weather

weather iconThe average temperature in Montpellier in August is really warm at 22°C (71.6°F). Afternoons can be very hot with average high temperatures reaching 28°C (82.4 °F), occasionally higher than 30°C (86°F).
Overnight temperatures are generally very mild with an average low of 16°C (60.8°F). Check the weather on line on Meteo France

Currency

€uro

Health

No vaccinations are required to enter in France