109 Avenue de la Liberté
France has an extensive network of tolled motorways. Toll costs vary according to the motorway you're on, the distance you've traveled, and the type of vehicle you're driving. For more information, please check the website of ASFA. The venue itself has a free private car park with 80 places and, if that's full, there is a public car park in walking distance.
There are lots of flights to Paris, whose Charles de Gaulle Airport is the second largest passenger airport in Europe. You can also book flights to the Paris' other airports Orly and Le Bourget. From Charles de Gaulle, you can get to the city center by rail. The RER B (blue) train line is the quickest and a cheap way to travel into the center of Paris. You can buy train tickets from one of the blue ticket machines (not the yellow machines). Tickets cost 9,25 € one-way and the trip takes about 50 minutes. If trains aren't your thing, you can take the Roissybus, which leaves from all three terminals and runs from 06:00 to 23:00. Tickets cost 9.25€ one-way (you can buy them on the bus, so make sure you have some paper cash with you) and the trip takes about 90 minutes. The local buses 350 and 351 are another option. They depart from Terminal 1 and 2 every 20 minutes from 06:00 to 22:30. Tickets cost 5.70€ and the trip takes about two hours.
The venue is in the northwest of Paris. You can use buses to get there. The lines 159, 163 and 259 stop near to the venue at the stop Liberte. Once off the bus, follow Avenue Pablo Picasso toward he roundabout, then take a left onto Avenue de la Liberte. Then, on the right, you'll see the venue. You can also use the rail RER line A to Nanterre Prefecture. If you choose this option, you'll need to walk through the Parc Andre Malraux to reach the venue. This is about a 15 to 20-minute walk.Information for Public Transport