|Erasmus+ Youth Exchange
|Anka Youth Association
The accommodation and meals are 100% covered by the coordinating organization.
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO STAY BEFORE AND AFTER THE TRAVEL DAYS UNLESS
MORE SUITABLE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE UP TO TWO
DAYS BEFORE AND/OR AFTER AT THE EXPENSE OF THE PARTICIPANT.
Located at the gates of the Château de Fontainebleau and the Medieval City of Provins, Le Domaine de La Pépinière is a true haven of peace. This exceptional place is the perfect alliance between the gentleness of the Briard countryside and the attractive force of its proximity to Paris.
How to Reach The Venue?
Option 1. From Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport: RER B Train: Take the RER B suburban train from Charles de Gaulle Airport through the center of Paris. Train to Montereau: Transfer to a train at Gare de Lyon in Paris. Trains from Gare de Lyon to Montereau take about 59 minutes on average, covering 41 miles (67 km). There are approximately 32 trains per day on this route. Bus to Châtenay-sur-Seine: From Montereau, take the line 3210 bus from Gare de Montereau Quai 6 to Châtenay-sur-Seine. Get out from the bus at Le Plessis station. Walk to the venue for about 4 minutes (280 meters).
Option 2. From Paris Orly (ORY) Airport: Orlyval and RER B Train: Take the Orlyval tram from Orly 4 to Antony. Then, take the RER B train from Antony to Châtelet les Halles. Train to Montereau: Transfer to a train at Gare de Lyon in Paris. The train from Gare de Lyon to Montereau usually takes about 59 minutes, with approximately 32 trains running daily on this route. Bus to Châtenay-sur-Seine: From Montereau, take the line 3210 bus from Gare de Montereau Quai 6 to Châtenay-sur-Seine. Get out from the bus at Le Plessis station. Walk to the venue for about 4 minutes (280 meters). NOTE: On weekdays (Monday to Friday), the 3210 bus operates from 5:35 AM to 5:45 PM. Please bare the hours while searching for flight tickets. If your flight will be later than the hours spesified, or due to any changes, we will pick you up from the bus station in Montereau.
To promote intercultural learning and dialogue among young people from different cultures and ethnicities.
To equip young people with knowledge and intercultural competences, helping to prevent conflict and youth radicalization.
To foster tolerance, acceptance, and respect for people who belong to cultures different from their own.
To develop youth-led initiatives that further encourage intercultural dialogue and discourage radicalization in multicultural societies.
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