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EITS courses special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa

Lufthansa German Airlines offers a comprehensive global route network linking major cities around the world. As an airline partner, Lufthansa offers special prices and conditions to participants, visitors, exhibitors and invited guests as well as employees of the Contracting Partner and their travel companions.

To make a reservation, please click on www.lufthansa.com/education and enter the access code FRZAXTC in the "Access to Event Booking" area.
This will open an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available.
NOTE: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open.

These promotional fares are also available through your IATA / ARC travel agent. Travel agents can obtain ticketing instructions by sending an email to lufthansa.mobility@dlh.de and providing the access code as a reference.
EITS is the surgical
education platform of
IRCAD

WeBSurg, the e-surgical reference in Laparoscopy

With the partnership of

KARLSTORZ
Inventor & designer of Medical instruments

Covidien

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How to get to EITS

Strasbourg

Strasbourg is centrally located at the crossroads of other major European cities; only a few hours' drive or roughly less than a one-hour flight from Paris, Lyon, and neighboring Swiss and German cities (2 hours drive from Frankfurt). Strasbourg is easily accessible either using motorways, planes or trains.

Discover Strasbourg

By road

By road The French motorway network: westbound and northbound, the A4, A34, A31 and A32 motorways give easy access to Strasbourg from Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg, and Bonn via Metz and Sarrebrück. Southwards, the axis Strasbourg-Mulhouse, and the A36 intersection of the A6 motorway of Beaune open routes heading to Italy and Spain.
The German free motorway: it gives access to Hamburg, Frankfurt, Basel, Geneva and Milan; it is less than 15 minutes from Strasbourg via Kehl.

The Strasbourg public transport network is composed of 23 bus lines and 4 tram lines giving access to the whole of Strasbourg area.
The "Relais-Tram" parking lots provides you with the possibility of parking your car next to a tram station and gives access to the city centre within a few minutes, without being bothered by heavy traffic and scarce parking spaces.

Information:
CTS (Strasbourg Transportation Company)
Tel: +33 (0)3 88 77 70 70
www.cts-strasbourg.fr


By airplane

By Airplane
The Frankfurt airport is located 200km from Strasbourg (2 hours drive).
To get to Strasbourg, you can take a Lufthansa flight to Frankfurt, and then a Lufthansa shuttle-bus to Strasbourg city centre.


Lufthansa, Information / Bookings: www.lufthansa.com
 
Lufthansa Airport Bus to Strasbourg: www.lufthansa.com/online/portal/lh/tr/info_and_services/...


The International Strasbourg-Entzheim airport is situated 10 km away from the city centre of Strasbourg using the motorway.

AIR France, Information / Bookings: www.airfrance.fr


By train

By train Strasbourg, one of the major railway stations in France, is connected by direct links to numerous cities of France (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Montpellier, Nîmes, Lille; connections to/from Bordeaux, Nantes and Toulouse are available in summer).

Strasbourg is also situated at the crossroads of big international routes and also benefits from quality links with numerous European cities (Brussels, Luxemburg, Basel, Bern, Zürich, Stuttgart, Munich, Saarbrücken, Salzburg, Vienna, Milan, Rome, etc.).

Strasbourg SNCF station
Tel: +33 (0)8 92 35 35 35
www.sncf.fr