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Arriving at Valencia
How to go to the meeting


    All participants are kindly asked to arrange their travel and accomodation themselves. Some of the participants, however, are staying at "Hotel Valencia" and there is still few rooms available there for this event. Those of you  interested in staying at this hotel should directly contact the hotel at the adresses on its webpage and mention that you are going to attend the meeting. Below there are some links containing a list of hotels in Valencia:

Hotels in Google Maps
List of hotels taken from the council of Valencia webpage

Arriving at Valencia:

    There are several ways of arriving at Valencia: by car, bus, train or plane.  Both the bus station and the train station are located at Valencia's downtown. In order to get from the airport to downtown the cheapest and easiest way is to take the metro (Line 3 or 5) and to get off at Xativa's stop (or to the closest stop to your hotel). Xativa's stop coincides with the train station, it is at the downtown and it is within a walking distance to the old city. Click here to see a map of Valencia's downtown. You can find a pdf map of the metro lines here

How to go to the meeting:
   The conference will be held at the Faculty of Maths of the Universitat de Valencia, Avda. Dr. Moliner, 50, 46100 Burjassot. There are two main ways of getting there (click to see a map of the campus): by bus or by tram.
    The bus line that connects Valencia with the campus is line number 63 which leaves from C/Bailen  next to the train station and finishes at the campus (ask the driver to stop at the faculties stop, prior to the last one). Below you can find a map of this bus route. You can find more information about Valencia's buses here.

     The alterenative way of getting to the conference is to take the tram in dowtown and to get off at Vicent Andrés Estellés stop. Tram corresponds to metro line 4 and more information can be found here.
You can find a pdf map of the metro lines here. The nearest stop to Valencia's old town is "Pont de Fusta". From there, you should take the direction "Mas del Rosari - Feria Valencia - Ll. Llarga - Terramelar".


    You can find a lot of things to do in Valencia and surroundings at the official website of Tourism in Valencia.