The International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference 2019 will be held at the Espace Grande Arche in Paris.

Created by architect-designer Nicolas Adam, the Espace Grande Arche combines elegance and modernity. Located at the heart of Europe's largest business district, this convention hall is linked to a multi-modal transport network. At the centre of the plaza, between the CNIT and the 4 Temps shopping centre, the Espace Grande Arche is an oasis of calm. Its location is easily identifiable, thanks to its column – a soaring metal totem that points the way to the entrance. The entryway leads to a columned hall. A welcoming, mural-lined passageway takes the visitor directly to the entrance of the Espace Grande Arche.

In order to facilitate your stay, 5th International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference organizers negotiated a special rate in different price categories at the Accord Group Hotels. A free online accommodation booking service is available for participants. All questions or steps to book rooms must be dealt directly to the booking platform.

Conference venue address:

Espace Grande Arche
Tunnel de Nanterre-La Défense
92044 Paris La Défense



Ground Transportation:
A variety of ground transportation options are available upon arrival, including taxi service, private car service, Uber, car rentals, and shared shuttles.

By public transport:
METRO Ligne 1, La Défense Grande Arche station
BUS Lignes 141, 144, 159, 246, 272, 275, 378, 262, 161, 174, 360, 160, 258, 541 and 73
TRANSILIEN Lines L and U, La Défense Grande Arche station
RER Line A, La Défense Grande Arche station
TRAMWAY T2, La Défense Grande Arche station
TRAIN 25 min from Gare Saint-Lazare / 35 min from Gare de Lyon, Gare Montparnasse, Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord

By car:
From Paris and the Paris ring road:
Take the Porte Maillot exit, head in the direction of La Défense
At La Défense, take the Boulevard Circulaire
CNIT exit (visitor or exhibitor parking

International Travel:
CRI, CIMT, EATI, and AACR encourage and appreciate the contributions of international researchers at our programs. If you plan to attend this conference, please contact the French Consulate in your country to review the current regulations for travel to France and the European Union. Obtaining the proper documentation may take several weeks or months, depending on your location, so we encourage you to contact the consulate as soon as possible if you are considering attending this conference.