You can download all the information in this page, along with the ground plan of the university campus and the dinner suggestions, in a single PDF file for easy printing. Note that the parking permit is not included in this file and has to be downloaded and printed separately if you're planning to come by car.
The venue for the conference is the University of Namur's Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, rue de Bruxelles 61 in Namur. The plenary lecture will be held in a lecture hall on one of the lower floors; session papers will be organised in different rooms all in the same corridor on the fifth floor. All rooms will be clearly signposted and will be equipped with computers and data projectors. Speakers with other requirements are asked to contact the organizers at submissionsbaahe.be.
Lunch (and dinner)
A "Pain Quotidien" sandwich and quiche lunch will be offered to registered attendees at a price of 5 euros.
People who would prefer to eat out in Namur in the evening before heading back home can consult our dinner suggestions. For more information on these and other restaurants in and around Namur, you can search Resto.be.
Travelling to Namur
Travelling by train:
If you decide to come by train, the university is very easy to reach. From the train station, follow the road immediately opposite the main entrance (rue Godefroid). Turn right at the T-junction into the rue de Bruxelles. The university's main entrance is at nr. 61 and is the only entrance open on Saturdays. Once inside, follow the signposts.
The following map shows this short itinerary; click on 'view larger map' to go to a full-size printable map.
Travelling by car:
Because Saturday is market day in Namur, some of the roads in the immediate vicinity of the faculty (including the rue de Bruxelles) will not be accessible to cars. The best way to work around this is to park at the university's parking lot in the rue Henri Lemaître, which is within easy walking distance (5 to 10 minutes) of the Arts faculty. Here's how to proceed:
1. Download and print out the parking permit.
2. Drive to rue Henri Lemaître 12 in Namur. The university's mobility website gives the following directions (but if you have GPS you are more likely to rely on that of course, and if not you may want to turn to a site such as Mappy or Google Maps for customised and more detailed directions):
3. Place the parking permit behind your windscreen.
4. Walk from the parking lot to the rue de Bruxelles 61 following the itinerary given below (you need not be able to walk on water; a pedestrian bridge is missing from Google's map). Click on 'view larger map' to go to a full-size printable map.