XXVII EFMC International Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry

 Nice, France    September 4-8, 2022


Access to Nice

From Nice Cote d'Azur Airport

The infrastructures provided at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport make it the second busiest airport in France, a secure, resolutely modern activity cluster, integrated in the Alpes-Maritimes's development and harmony. Nice has daily links with the main cities in Europe, North Africa, Middle East and the American continent. Nice Côte d'Azur Airport has two terminals.

For complete information: 33 (0) 820 423 333 (€0.12/min)

List of airlines and destinations from Nice, schedules in real time: www.nice.aeroport.fr.

By train

The TGV Méditerranée high-speed train links Paris & Nice in 5hrs 30 min.

A "car-train" service links to the major French cities: vehicles are transported at the same time as their owners who travel in couchettes. The SNCF (French railway company) also offers propose "train + hôtel" packages with departures from major French cities which include the return train journey and a hotel room in Nice.

TER trains (Trains Express Régionaux) provide rapid connections between all the main cities on the French Riviera from Cannes to Ventimiglia.

By car

In particular, the A8 motorway, 'La Provençale', running from Aix-en-Provence to the West to the Italian border on the East. There are five exits from the motorway to reach all parts of Nice:

  • Exit n°50 : Promenade des Anglais
  • Exit n°51 : Saint-Augustin / aéroport
  • Exit n°52 : Saint-Isidore
  • Exit n°54 : Nice nord
  • Exit n°55 : Nice est

Car-parks all round the city offer a total of 19.000 spaces.

What to do in Nice

Site officiel de Nice Côte d'Azur Tourisme et Congrès


To discover Nice is to have one's breath taken away.

We could tell you that the effect fades with time, that this astonishment is merely a first impression - yet the truth is that this much beauty never gets old.

Welcome to Nice, the Côte d’Azur's crown jewel!

What to do

Start out with an aperitif in the port, followed by a candlelit dinner or al fresco dining.
Continue long into the night in a trendy club, cabaret bar or casino. You call it 'going out' or 'hitting the town': in Nice they call it proufità, sesvarià, and festejà.

In museums and galleries, markets and gardens, regional produce and local craftsmanship, from the hilltops to the narrowest of winding streets, Nice's culture is everywhere and anywhere.

Unmissable, unavoidable and inimitable!

Around Nice

From the painters' trail to the 'valley of wonders', authentic little ports and perched villages, national parks and flower fields, jet-skiing and snowboarding, listed sites or hidden viewing points: ranging from the sea to the mountains, come and see why Nice is a destination in itself.

Visit the tourism website of Nice at: https://en.nicetourisme.com.

French Riviera Pass

With the French Riviera Pass, you can visit several sites in Nice and on the Cote d'Azur FREE OF CHARGE.

The French Riviera Pass adapts to the duration of your stay, depending on the number of days (1, 2 or 3) you plan to spend visiting Nice and the Côte d’Azur. For more information, visit the official website: https://en.frenchrivierapass.com.