Practical Infos

Date, place, timings

Onsite         access

The International Cybersecurity Forum will take place in Lille Grand Palais on Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 June 2022.

The venue: Lille Grand Palais

1 boulevard des Cités Unies
59777 Lille – Euralille

Opening hours (for the visitors)

Tuesday 7 June 2022, from 8:15 am to 7 pm
Wednesday 8 June 2022, from 8:15 am to 7:30 pm
(gaming night until midnight)

Thursday 9 June 2022, from 8:15 am to 6 pm

How to get there?

By train:

  • Train station : Lille Europe ou Lille Flandres. To reserve your tickets or check the schedules

By subway:

  • Line 2 – station “Lille Grand Palais” or “Mairie de Lille”

By bus:

  • Ligne Citadine – arrêt “Lille-Zénith”

By car:

  • From Dunkerque, Bailleul, Calais, Boulogne (A25) : Take the exit n°1 at Lille (attention exit on the left). Then take the road 2A to Lille Grand Palais.
  • From Paris (A1), Tournai, Mons, Bruelles (A27), Valenciennes (A23) : exit n°2, then road A2 to Lille Grand Palais.

To park:

  • Exit n°2A : Underground parking (toll parking)
  • Exit n°2B : Access for partners and delivery

COVID-19 Info


The FIC is committed to:

  • Protect the health and well-being of our visitors, partners, employees and suppliers;
  • Observe the sanitary measures and recommendations issued by the public authorities (in effect at the time of the event), in close collaboration with the Lille Grand Palais team.

Your commitments

As a participant of FIC 2022, you agree to comply with all sanitary measures described in the present Protocol.

“Clean & Safe destination” label

In addition to the sanitary measures that will be implemented during the International Cybersecurity Forum, Lille Grand Palais is certified as a  “Clean & Safe Destination” and adheres to the Covid-19 Health Charter established by Hello Lille. 


Lille Métropole, key partner in the recovery, is the first touristic destination in France to develop a Health Charter together with the Pasteur Institute of Lille. This Charter is divided into 10 commitments to fight against the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic — such as respecting the barrier measures and social distancing, and applying a specific cleaning and disinfection procedure. 

The purpose of this certification is to reassure all visitors that Lille is a “safe” destination.