València is located at the east of Spain, nearby the Mediterranean sea (sure there is also a Valencia in Venezuela,but they do not have beach).
The easiest way to reach the city is through the València Airport and then taking the subway from the airport to the city. It departs every 7.5 minutes and takes 30 minutes to get to the city center. The subway schedule can be found here. Another option is taking a Cab ride, which should be around 16€ from the airport to the city center. The duration of the trip by bus is more or less 20 minutes
Alternatively, if you are already in Spain (or if you have arrived at any other airport), you can take a train or a bus . The train station Valencia Nord is on the city center, and the bus station is also well comunicated by subway
The meeting will take place at the Faculty of Physics of the Universitat de València , Carrer del Dr. Moliner, 50, 46100 Burjassot, València, Spain.
The easiest way to reach the Faculty of Physics is by taking the subway or the tram and head to one of the stops "Campus" or "Vicent Andrés Estellés". Here it is possible to find schedules for the tram/subway.
If you want to do a bit of tourism here you can find some useful information in the offficial tourism webpage of the València region. here. There are many monuments, beautiful streets and neighbourhoods, the beach, a nice lake rounded by rice fields called l'Albufera, and many other things to enjoy.
You can choose from the following searchs on booking, TripAdvisor or infohostal. Nonetheless, it could happen that there is no availability on those websites but still the corresponding hostel keeps some rooms left. For this reason we recommend to try and reach the hostel directly through its own webpage before giving up. Here's a non-exhaustive list of possibilities (prices shown are orientative):