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Alfa Agm 2024 : paris

15/11 - 18/11


If you plan to spend up to 90 days in France, a short-stay Schengen visa may be required. The necessity of obtaining a visa for your visit hinges on both your nationality and the specifics of your trip. For all essential details, please refer to the information provided below.

Visa info


Do you need an official invitation for visa purposes? Our HQ will be happy to provide this to you, just contact us through the button below.


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Taxi service

Do you need a taxi to bring you to the hotel and back to the airport? Event Mobility is a realiable company located in Paris, you can book your taxi through the button linked below. Please mention in your email:

  • Date and time of arrival and/or departure on the way back
  • Name of the airport or the train station
  • Flight or train number
  • Mobile number
  • Reference Alfa Conference.
  • Please advise address of destination/pickup if different than the conference hotel H4 Hotel Wyndham.
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French culture

As you venture through the heart of France culture, prepare to be awestruck by the timeless beauty of art and architecture that adorn the cities and towns. Paris, a living art gallery, showcases a breathtaking array of cultural and architectural styles, each reflecting a different chapter in the nation’s history. Marvel at the soaring Gothic cathedrals that touch the heavens, their majestic spires reaching for the divine. Embrace the graceful facades of Renaissance palaces, where opulence and refinement unite in a harmonious symphony. Each building tells a story, a testimony to the artistic brilliance that has shaped the nation.


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Food & drinks

The French are renowned for their culinary expertise. France is the country of delicious soft cheeses, freshly baked crusty bread, and full-bodied wines. Classic French dishes often feature rich, flavourful sauces, tender meats that are slow-cooked to perfection, and soft, stewed vegetables. Famous examples are coq au vin, boeuf bourguignon and ratatouille.


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Getting around

Paris, France, boasts an extensive and efficient public transport network, pivotal for both residents and tourists navigating the city. The Paris Métro, with its iconic art nouveau station entrances, serves as the backbone of this system, offering rapid transit across numerous lines that interconnect the city and its suburbs.

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