Welcome in Bordeaux
The conference will be hosted by the University School of Management of Bordeaux in France. Bordeaux is a beautiful and liverly word heritage site and a strudent-friendly city that is just full of things to discover! Enjoy Bordeaux all year round and savor French art de vivre!
The Bordeaux metropolitan area is the 6th-largest urban area in France with a population of 1,105,000 people. The historic part of the city is featured on the UNESCO World Heritage List as an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble of the 18th century. The beauty of the city will blow you away! Bordeaux is also the perfect place to go shopping! As you walk down Rue Ste-Catherine, Europe’s longest pedestrian street, or along the city’s little cobblestone lanes, you will find everything you are looking for and more!
Many events are held in Bordeaux, all year round! Bordeaux is the world's leading wine capital and also home to the world's premier wine fair, Vinexpo. But there are also many other events, such as the Epicuriales, the Christmas market, the Music Festival, or the national celebrations of July14 …So come celebrate! Bordeaux is also the capital of the beautiful Aquitaine region! Within one hour’s drive, you can admire vineyards and castles, go surfing on the Atlantic coast and taste some oysters!
35 avenue Abadie
We are looking forward to seeing you in Bordeaux
Cité du Vin - Bordeaux
About BordeauxLocated in southwest France and Southern Europe, on the European Atlantic coast, the city of Bordeaux is only a few hours from major European cities and just one hour from the Atlantic Ocean. Bordeaux is a large French city enjoying an international reputation based on heritage (labeled UNESCO) and wine. Bordeaux city has recently been renovated. Bordeaux city is labeled as one of the best European destinations (city guides), welcoming more than 6 million tourists every year.
Bordeaux is also known as the “Wine Capital” of the world, The Bordeaux wine yard is one of the oldest in the world (from 2000 years), the largest one (117,000 ha), and hosted legendary wines such as Pétrus or Margaux. The region of Bordeaux is one of the most attractive regions for both domesticand international wine tourists. Appellations such as Saint Emilion or Pomerol have gained recognitionamong wine tourists. At the earth of the city center, the “cité du Vin” (city of wine) is a cultural flagship (opened in 2016), dedicated to “wine civilization” and using cutting-edge technology toexperience interactive activities.
Bordeaux is a member of the “great wine capital”, an astonishing network of wine regions.
Conference venueThe 9th ATMC conference will take place at the University of Bordeaux, 35 Abadie av., 33072 Bordeaux, France.
You can reach Bordeaux either by train, by plane, by car, or by bus, you can reach the University either by tramway, by bus, by car or by bike.
By tramwayIAE Bordeaux is situated 80 meters from the “Jardin Botanique” stop of the A line.
By busThe “citéis” 45 bus – which runs from Ravezies to Saint Jean train station – can be found just opposite the entrance of IAE Bordeaux, at the “Pôle Universitaire de Gestion” stop.
By bikeA bike station, “Allée de Serr – Abadie” is located at the entrance of the Bastide campus and is accessible with a TBM membership card or a credit card.
Open-service bikes and scooters can also be found just on the campus doorstep.
AccommodationWe will soon propose a list of partner hotels. In the meantime, here is a list of nearby hotels.
Hotels near ATMC venue
- Hôtel Ibis Bastide
- Ibis budget Bordeaux Bastide
- Hôtel Eklo
- Hôtel Konti
- Hôtel de Normandie
- Hôtel Gambetta
- Quality Hotel
- Mama Shelter
Hotels near "Cité du Vin" / Pont Chaban-Delmas
- Moxy Bordeaux
- B&B HOTEL Bordeaux Bassins à Flot
- Résidhom aparthotel
Hotels near the train station
- Hotel Jost
- Hotel Ibis Budget Gare Saint Jean
- Hotel Zoologie
- Hilton Garden Inn Bordeaux center