How to go to Japan Expo
By car, plane, subway or train: all means of transportation take you to Japan Expo!
With the RER
The B line of the RER train (towards Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 – TGV, from Paris) takes you to the hall in which Japan Expo takes place. Get off the train at the “Parc des Expositions” station. It won’t be much longer than 30 minutes from the centre of Paris.
By car or bus
Thanks to the A1 or A3, and then A104 highways, driving to Japan Expo is very easy. Take the exit 2 “Parc des Expositions – Accès Visiteurs” (Exhibition Centre, attendees’ access) on the highway. It will lead you to parking lots near the entrance of the festival.
For bus + entrance ticket + accomodation packs, have a look at this page.
Through the A1 or A3 motorways, and then the A104 motorway, driving to Japan Expo is easy as ABC. On the motorway, get out through the exit 2 « Parc des Expositions - Accès Visiteurs ». Then, many parking lots allow you to park your car near the festival.
By TGV train
Wherever you come from, either from France or Europe, you can reach Japan Expo in the blink of an eye. The Charles de Gaulle airport train station is 5 minutes away from the Exhibition centre Paris-Nord by car or RER and it serves dozens of cities in France and Europe such as: Lille, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon, Arras, Montpellier, Toulouse, and also London, Brussels, Amsterdam or Köln. All these cities are connected to Villepinte thanks to the TGV.
You can also come to Japan Expo by plane. Indeed, Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport is 2 subway stations away from the festival. Let’s remind you that this airport is the second biggest European airport according to the number of passengers.
If you are searching how to come to Japan Expo on map websites, please note that the exhibition centre has no actual address; however the following entry should help you get a map:
Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord-Villepinte