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TRANSPORT / GETTING THERE

As a highly touristic city, Paris has numerous ways of getting there. The WWTC2016 is a great opportunity for you to discover one of the most famous capitals in the world and at the same time following your favourite squash team. Here are several ways of coming.

BY PLANE

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Two airports are recommended.

ROISSY CDG AIRPORT

This main airport in Paris is well served by public transports. You can access the parisian center via the RER B or Roissybus for example. All information needed is on the following website : easycdg.com

ORLY AIRPORT

Orly is the second main airport in Paris, which also enables you to easy access to city center via Orlybus for example. All information is here : parisaeroport.fr

CAUTION : You might find cheap flights to Beauvais Airport. As you can see on the map above, this is not a recommended option, as the airport is 90km away from Paris center, and you will need to take a train/bus/car to arrive in the capital.

BY TRAIN

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There are plenty of stations in the center of Paris, and each have the underground for easy transport.

CLICK HERE to access to the parisian underground and RER map.

BY CAR

Like all big cities, traffic in Paris is very dense and parking is difficult and expensive. It is possible but not recommended to bring your car, prefer public transport.

HOW TO GET TO THE CLUBS

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PALAIS DES SPORTS ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX (Glass court)

6 Boulevard des Frères Voisin
92130 ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX

Public transport access:
RER C – stop “Issy – Val de Seine” (10min walk)
Metro 12 – stop “Corentin Celton” (11min walk)

SQUASH CLUB SAINT-CLOUD

Bureaux de la Colline, 338,
1 Rue Royale
92210 SAINT-CLOUD

Public transport access:
T2 – stop “Parc de Saint-Cloud” (3min walk)
Metro 10 – stop “Boulogne – Porte de Saint-Cloud” (10min walk)

Website : www.squash-st-cloud.fr

JEU DE PAUME & DE RACKETS

74 Ter Rue Lauriston
75116 PARIS

Public transport access:
Metro 6 – stop “Boissière” (3min walk)
Metro 2 – stop “Victor Hugo” (6min walk)

Website : www.squashjeudepaume.com