Coming by carHighway Paris-Brussels, exit 24 Mons, or exit 23bis Nimy. You can plan your itinerary using this interactive map from Google.
Coming by train
- Fast train (TGV) Paris-Amsterdam through Lille or Brussels.
- A Thalys train goes to Paris in the morning.
- Frequent trains Mons-Brussels, Mons-La Louvière-Charleroi-Namur-Liège (two each hour).
- Goog connections with Lille, Luxembourg, Aachen, Köln.
The Department is within walking distance from the train station.
Coming by Bus
The Tec Hainaut busses connect Mons to the Hainaut region and the noth of France (Maubeuge). The LIDO is the bus stop closer to the Department.
A free shuttle A connects Mons train station to the Lido Hotel, close to the campus. It runs about every 20 minutes from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm every day except Sunday.
Coming by plane
- Brussels international airport. At the lowest floor of the airport, there is a train station. To come to Mons, just take the direct train to “Mons” (or “Bergen” as it is spelled in Flemish). See the schedule.
- Charleroi's airport (Brussels South). To reach Mons from the airport, the easier is to take the bus, line A, to the train station Charleroi Sud (see the schedule) and then the train from “Charleroi Sud” to “Mons” (this is a direct train, see the schedule). See also the site of the airport.
Département de Mathématique
Building “Le Pentagone”
Avenue du Champ de Mars 6
We are at the second floor of building number 2 (on the side map) nicknamed “le Pentagone”. This building is pictured below.
The campus in the city of Mons:
Other maps of the University of Mons.