The city of Paris

The entire CYPSY26 Conference will be held at University Paris Cité, located in Paris, FRANCE. The organizing committee encourages you to book a room before March 31st, 2023 to benefit from the conference special rate, and because this area is a summertime tourist destination and hotels in both downtown Paris and the suburbs fill up quickly in July.

Getting Around in Paris:

There is a mobile application specifically designed to plan and track your journeys live. It’s called Citymapper, and it’s an application where you can enter your departure and arrival points, and the application will suggest a route, guiding you to each stop and estimating the cost of the journey. It’s a really useful application for your travels in Paris and will prevent you from getting lost!

The best way to get around Paris is by public transport. The Parisian public transport network easily serves the whole city and its suburbs. For this, different means are possible:

  • The metro is the easiest, fastest and cheapest way to get around Paris. Its service starts every day around 6am and ends around 12.45am. You can buy your metro ticket for 1.90€ and they are available from the machines in the stations.
  • RER : serves Paris and its region (Ile-de-France), purchases are also made via automatic machines. 
  • Bus : The best way to discover Paris, they run through the centre of the city, along the banks of the Seine and through the historic districts. The stops are distinguished by glass shelters or simple posts with the line number written on them. Remember to get on at the front and off at the back, and don’t forget to punch your ticket!

Getting to CYPSY26—Paris, FRANCE

CYPSY26 will be held at University Paris Cité, located in Paris, FRANCE. UPC is proud to welcome CYPSY26 in its headquarters, in Saint-Germain des prés area. The city of Paris is the capital of France, a major European city and a world center of art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th century urban landscape is crossed by wide boulevards and the Seine. In addition to monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral, the city is known for its cafés and luxury boutiques lining the Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré.