Lyon: a World Heritage

Located at the confluent of the Rhône and the Saône, Lyon is proud of its 2000 years of history. Once Lugdunum, capital of the Gauls, now Lyon, an international metropolis, France's second city proposes an original trip back in time and through cultures. UNESCO has recognised the exceptional nature of Lyon by listing its historical site as a World Heritage.

The contrasts of the landscapes and Beaujolais vineyards constantly surprise. Gastronomy, culture, nature, sport. Lyon offers visitors a warm welcome, surprising and delighting them with their rich resources, festive atmosphere and carefully preserved quality of life.

Lyon: The banks of the Saone - Credit Tristan Deschamps

Greenhouses of Parc de la Tête d'Or - Credit Francois Bessac

Lyon, and the river Rhône - Credit Tristan Deschamps

Congress Centre Espace Tête d'Or

The conference and exhibition will take place in the Congress Centre Espace Tête d'Or, in Lyon - Villeurbanne.

Situated onto the 100 ha Parc de la Tête d'Or, it is connected to the TGV station Lyon Part-Dieu by the tramway and located at walking distance from CETIAT.

Espace Tete d'Or - Conference centre

Congress gala dinner

On Thursday 16 April, we will invite you to share a gala dinner in the Château de Janzé. The renown of this place is based on the richness of its decoration, the majesty of its architecture, its impeccable service and the quality of its cuisine.

Chateau de Janzé