GLSVLSI 2013 will take place at Palais
des congrès de Paris. This is a concert venue and convention
centre in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, France. The venue
was built by French architect Guillaume Gillet, and was
inaugurated in 1974. Nearby the venue are Bois de Boulogne and
the affluent neighbourhood of Neuilly-sur-Seine.
The closest métro and RER stations are
Porte Maillot and Neuilly – Porte Maillot.
Venue details and travel information:
2 Place de la Porte
75017 Paris, France
The Palais des
is a vibrant city location, co-located with a number of
exciting shops and restaurants.
The Palais des
de Paris is
conveniently located in the 17th arrondissement
and directly above the Porte Maillot Métro station.
Take Line 1 to the Porte Maillot - Palais des Congrès stop.
Follow the signs to the Palais des congrès exit. Take the
escalator up to ground level and you will see the CHI
registration desk near the big red booth.
Take line C to the Neuilly Porte Maillot - Palais des
Congrès stop. Follow the signs to the Palais des congrès
exit. Take the escalator up to ground level and you will see
the CHI registration desk near the big red booth.
Take line 82, 73, 43, 244, PC 1, PC 2 or PC 3
For additional transportation information, visit:
ECRC transportation information.
Paris' Palais de Congres
Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile
(Avenue des Champs-Elysées)
Paris is the capital city of France, the
largest country of Western Europe with 550 000 km² and with
about 60 million inhabitants in the Whole of France.
The City of Paris has about 2,160,000 people living there and it
covers about 41 square miles. The altitude of Paris averages
between 90ft and 120ft above sea level.
Some of the attractions of Paris include The Eiffel Tower,
Notre-Dame Cathedral, The Arc de Triomphe, The Louvre Museum,
The Champs-Elysées, and Musé d'Orsay.
The Eiffel Tower is probably one of the most famous symbols of
France and was built for the International Exhibition of Paris
of 1889, took 2 years to complete and it was the world's tallest
building up until 1930.
This site is maintained by:
GLSVLSI 2013 Webmaster
Theo Theocharides (email@example.com),
University of Cyprus.