How to get to NatX-ray SAS
There are very good train connections from Lyon (100 km) and Paris (450 km) by TGV, the direct, high-speed train.
There are also ordinary train connections with Geneva, Chambery, Turin, Valence, Marseille, Barcelona, etc. Visit the SNCF website for more details (or telephone +33 (0)8 36676869).
NatX-ray can be easily reached by car using the motorway connections.
When coming from Geneva, Chambery or Turin, on the A41 motorway,
take the "Rocade Sud" (the ringroad, direction "Lyon") which takes you onto the N87.
When coming from Lyon or Valence, first take "Chambery"/"Rocade Sud" direction, which takes you onto the N87.
When you are on the "Rocade Sud", take the exit Nº2 ("Peri").
Continue straight to Gieres.
At the first roundabout take the first right, then right again at the second trafic light.
Geneva International Airport is more than a two-hour drive from Grenoble.
Bus and train connections to Grenoble exist but are not very frequent.
Visit the website
of Geneva International Airport for more details (or telephone +41 22 7177111).
Lyon's International Airport (St Exupery, formerly Satolas) is the closest to Grenoble.
Visit the Lyon St Exupery website for
more information (or telephone +33 (0)4 72225000).
Lyon St Exupery Airport is a one-hour drive by car from Grenoble and regular bus shuttles
operate to and from Grenoble bus/railway station
(Gare Routière) (timetable).
There is also a regional airport at St Geoirs (40 minutes from Grenoble) that you may use
if you are flying from London (one flight a day from London's Stansted airport).
For further details visit the
A bus from Grenoble St. Geoirs Airport to Grenoble is provided after every plane
landing and stops at Grenoble bus station, which is next to the railway station.
The return bus from Grenoble leaves approximately 2h30 minutes before the departure
time of each flight. This information is subject to change, please check the
for precise times.