The IEEE symposium on 3DUI 2015 will be held in Arles, France co-located with the IEEE Virtual Reality 2015 conference at The Arles Congress Center. Arles is located in south of France, in Camargue-Provence, one of the most popular tourist regions of France. Situated 35kms from the beach, Arles is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its Roman and Romanesque monuments since 1981.
Coming by Plane
The main airport destinations to come to Arles are the Marseille International, Lyon Saint Exupéry and Paris Charles de Gaule Airports. The Marseille International Airport is well connected to a large number of French and European cities through regular and low-cost airlines. This is the closer airport to Arles. In order to reach Arles from the airport, (1) a direct train will bring you to Arles in about 30 minutes or (2) free shuttle buses are also available at the train station (Gare de Vitrolles-Aéroport-Marseille-Provence (Hall 1)).
More information can be obtained at the Marseille Airport webpage
If you are flying to Lyon Saint Exupéry Airport, or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, the fastest way to reach Arles is to take the high-speed train (TGV) connection. Both airports have a TGV station with direct TGV to Avignon or Arles.
Coming by Train
High-speed train (TGV) connects Paris Gare de Lyon (resp. Lyon Saint-Exupéry) to Avignon TGV station, in about 2h40 (resp. 1h30). Shutter buses synchronized with TGV arrival connect Avignon TGV station to Arles train station in about 50 minutes. Each day, one or two direct TGV connect Paris or Lyon to Arles (2 hours from Lyon). For more information. See online booking with SNCF (national French railway company).