The first Infrastar training school will be held from Monday the 8th to Friday the 12th of April 2019 at Ifsttar in Bouguenais (close to Nantes, France).


A daily shuttle from Nantes (SNCF Train Station South) to Ifsttar Bouguenais will be made available for the participants in the morning and for the way back in the afternoon.

How to reach Ifsttar? Please download the access map here.

TAN is the local public transportation.

About Nantes

Nantes is the largest city in western France, located on the Loire river, 50 km from the Atlantic Coast. The city is the sixth largest in France, with a metropolitan area of about 900,000 inhabitants. It was one of the major cities of the historic province of Brittany and the ancient Duchy of Brittany. In 2004, the magazine “Time” named Nantes as "the most liveable city in Europe". In 2010, Nantes was named a hub city for innovation in the Innovation Cities Index by innovation agency 2thinknow. In 2013, Nantes held the title of European Green Capital, awarded by the European Commission for its efforts to reduce air pollution and CO2 emissions, for its high-quality and well-managed public transport system, and for its biodiversity with 3,366 hectares of green spaces and several Natura 2000 zones which guarantee protection of nature in the area. Since then, the city of Jules Verne is regularly top ranked among the cities where to live.