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Financing Natura 2000

15 -16 July 2010, Brussels

natura2000


Location

How to reach the Charlemagne Building

(!! NOT in Albert Borschette Conference Centre !!!)

For a Map of the surroundings of the Charlemagne Building in the 170 Rue de la Loi (Wetstraat), 1049 Brussels, please click here.

Schumann is the nearest metro station.

 

From Brussels Airport Zaventem

Transfer by Bus:

There is a cheap (approx 3 Euros) shuttle bus (Line 12) from the airport to the City, get off at Schuman. See www.stib.irisnet.be/FR/37000F.htm for further information. From the Schuman stop, walk along Wetstraat (Rue de la Loi). The Charlemagne building is on the right-hand side.

Transfer by Taxi:

A taxi from the Airport takes about 10-20 minutes and costs 20-25 Euros.

Transfer by Train:

Take the shuttle from the airport to the Centre of Brussels to Central Station (Gare Centrale). The trains leave in intervals of approx. 15 minutes. Then follow the instructions from the Train Station, via the Metro to Schuman.


From Train Station:

Central Station (Gare Centrale) via Metro to Schuman

At the Gare Central take the underground (Metro) in the direction of Stokkel or Herrmann-Debroux.

5 stops on, leave the metro at Schuman

From Schuman, walk along Wetstraat (Rue de la Loi) towards west. The Charlemagne building is on the right-hand side.

 

Also see http://ec.europa.eu/oib/pdf/34-loi.pdf for directions and map.

 

Accommodation:

We kindly ask you to make your own travel and hotel arrangements.

Our hotel suggestion:

Hotel Atlas

Location: Sainte Catherine Area
(Rue du vieux marche aux grains 30 , 1000 Brussels)

Distance from the venue: -/+ 25 minutes (Metro and walking)

The prices depend on the availabilities of the hotel and can range from 75€ to 150€.

 

Website

Please mention the booking password "Natura 2000" for your booking.

 


 

GHK

 This conference is organised by DG Environment with support of IEEP (Institute for European Environmental Policy), Ecologic Institute and GHK.


IEEP


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