Want to come to Troyes? Yes!
But first go to our training lesson and don’t pronounce the “yes”!
The phonetic spelling of this city is [trwa]. This is the same pronunciation in French as:
- Trois: The number 3 in French. Take you time to stay more than three days to the NDIP conference.
- Troie: The city of Troy in the ancient Greece. To attend NDIP, you don’t need to come by horse nor to besiege the town during several years. Modern trains (TER) arrive in Troyes (see beyond).
How to reach Troyes?
The conference will be held in Troyes, one hour and a half distance from Paris-Est station by train. Troyes is connected to Paris (gare de l’Est) by frequent and modern trains (16 trains on weekdays, 11 on Saturday, 10 on Sunday) in less than one hour and a half, and to Belfort or Mulhouse (connections with Germany and Switzerland) and Dijon (connections with Lyon and east-southeast of France). No reservation is needed.
By car it takes normally something like 2h to 2h30 from Paris or Charles de Gaulle airport (both at approximatively 200 km).
Where to find the NDIP conference in Troyes?
In the heart of Troyes historic centre, the Aube conference centre is a High Environmental Quality building perfectly integrated into the urban architecture. Its flexible and innovative equipment offers the best guarantee of comfort and efficiency with a modular auditorium of up to 800 seats, the latest multimedia equipment and the best conference technologies.
Tips for access and accommodation will be released here before the registration opens.
You can find information on the town of Troyes here and on the Aube conference centre here.
Aube conference centre
2 rue Pierre Labonde
10026 Troyes – France
Tel: +33 (0)3 25 42 50 84