NEAMTIC is located at UNESCO Headquarters at 7 Place de Fontenoy in the heart of Paris. The site is considered international territory and belongs to the Organization’s 195 Member States.
UNESCO does not offer parking facilities. We recommend using public transport.
Getting from the airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle to UNESCO Headquarters
The fastest and the cheapest way to get form the airport to UNESCO is the train (RER B).The one-way ticket costs approximately 9-10 euro. Take the RER B bound for Robinson or Saint-Rémi les-Chevreuse. Get of at the station Cluny La Sorbonne. Take Metro Line 10 bound for Boulogne and get of at the station Ségur. Leave métro station following the sign “UNESCO Fontenoy” Walk to UNESCO – 5 min.
By metro (underground/subway)
One ticket is valid for one trip regardless of the distance travelled. It is cheaper to buy 10 tickets at a time, asking for a “carnet”. Stations close to UNESCO are Ségur, Cambronne, Sèvre Lecourbe and Ecole Militaire.
Use the same tickets, coupons and cards as for the métro, one ticket per trip. You must validate the tickets on the bus. The closest stop to UNESCO is at Montparnasse station. Once at the station take metro line 6 to Sevres Lecourbe or Cambronne stations. Buses which pass near UNESCO are the 28, 80, 82, 87 and 92.
For further information on travel in Paris and the Paris region, you may consult the Paris Transport website. (http://www.ratp.fr)
There are taxi ranks in the place de Fontenoy It is possible to telephone for a taxi at the following numbers: +33(0)1 45 66 00 00, +33(0)1 49 36 10 10 or +33(0)1 47 34 00 00. Give the address of the building where you are and UNESCO’s telephone number (+33(0)1 45 68 10 00). On arrival, the meter will already show a certain amount. That amount, which corresponds to the price of the journey made to pick you up, is charged to you. The taxi from Paris-CDG to UNESCO Fontenoy will cost you approximately 60 to 80 Euros.
By individual car
There are many public fee-paying parking spaces near UNESCO, both underground and surface, indicated by a sign with a white P on a blue background.
Useful links for travelling
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Coming by train:
Map of the Paris Metro