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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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UMR EEF - Forest Ecology and Ecophysiology

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Access Maps

Access maps to both sites of EEF unit


Click pins to get the details of each site

Access to the site Champenoux

The INRA site Champenoux, fields and forests of Lorraine, is approx 15 km from the city center of Nancy. Science facilities adjacent Arboretum Amance owned by INRA.

Centre Inra de Nancy-Lorraine 
Site de Champenoux
Rue d'Amance
54280 Champenoux

Tél. : + 33 (0)3 83 39 40 41
Fax : + 33 (0)3 83 39 40 69

To go to the INRA site Champenoux

By car: from Nancy, access is via the village of Champenoux following the sign "INRA Nancy" (corner pharmacy that is located on the left side of the main street). Forest road through the forest (indicated by the sign "La Bouzule" on the road, before the village of Champenoux) is prohibited in both directions following several accidents.

By bus: the bus TED R350 (Nancy - Château Salins) and R360 (Nancy - Armaucourt - Manhoué) pass through the site of INRA. These facilities are managed by the General Council of Meurthe-et-Moselle. General information can be found on www.ted.cg54.fr.

Access to the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Lorraine (Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy)

The Faculty of Science and technology depends on the University of Lorraine. It is located on the campus of Aiguillettes Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy.

Faculté des sciences et technologies
Boulevard des Aiguillettes - BP 239
54506 Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy

Tél. : +33 (0) 3 83 68 40 00
Fax :+33 (0) 3 83 68 40 01

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To go to the Faculty of Science and technology

By car:

Since Paris (A4) and Metz (A31):
Follow the A31 and take exit 19 (Laxou).
Continue on the Avenue des Quatre Vents, then follow the Avenue du Bois Gronée and Boulevard Aiguillettes to rue du Jardin Botanique.

Since Paris (RN 4) or Toul (A31):
Follow the A33 and take the exit 2b (Nancy Brabois).
Continue on the Avenue de Bourgogne and the Avenue du General Leclerc to rue Victor Bash, turn left and follow the street until the street Vandoeuvre Botanical Garden.

From Epinal (N57) or Luneville (N59):
Follow the A330 motorway and take exit 2 (Vandoeuvre).
Continue on Rue de Vandoeuvre then follow the Boulevard of Europe until Carrefour Velodrome, then continue on Boulevard Aiguillettes up the street from the Botanical Garden.

By tram:

Direct access from the station by line 1 direction Vandoeuvre - Chu Brabois stops Callot or The Recluse.