XXIII International Symposium of Cryptogamic Botany

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UNIVERSITY-ENTERPRISE FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA

 

The University-Enterprise Foundation of the University of Valencia (ADEIT) is an organization, with its own legal personality, promoted by the Consell Social of the University of Valencia in 1989, whose objective is, on the one hand, that companies take advantage of the capacities of the University, and on the other hand, to serve as a channel to transmit to the University the needs of companies and the productive sectors. With this aim, ADEIT promotes the development of joint activities in all those fields that favor the exchange of know-how and, as a consequence, the enhancement of economic progress. 

To Get to Valencia

Symposium venue is located in the historic center of the city of Valencia, in a unique setting with unique buildings and monuments. See the map


 

 

Flying directly to València

València Manises Airport is situated around 8 km to the west of the city. Daily flights arrive from all across Spain and Europe, with several flights a day.

On arrival it is best to get a taxi from the airport. Taxi stops are located at the arrivals area of the airport and costs about 20€ to the city. Metro is also convenient. Both Metro Line 3 and 5 link the airport with the centre of València, (roughly 25 minutes away). These trains are the cheapest option available for getting to the city centre.


 

 

 

Driving to València

The Spanish road network has improved a lot in the last 20 years and there are good roads to all other Spanish cities. It takes about 2 hours from Alicante, 4 hours from Madrid and 4 hours from Barcelona. The A7 motorway links the city to all major European road networks.

Parking: Avenida del Oeste, 34


 

 

 

Getting to València by train

València Joaquín Sorolla Train Station is the new station for high-speed trains.

There are 10 high-speed trains (AVE) per day from Madrid to València with the trip in around 1 hour and 45 minutes. Other daily high-speed trains (ALVIA) are also available and take around 2 hours and 10 minutes.

There are 10 trains (EUROMED) per day from Barcelona to València that take around 3 hours.

There are 4 trains (EUROMED) per day from Alicante to València. Other daily trains (TALGO) are also available, both take around 1 hour and 40 minutes.

More information about train transportation can be found in RENFE website (http://www.renfe.com/) in Spanish, English, French, etc. Follow these links for homepage and timetables.


 

 

 

Getting to València by bus

There are many buses each day to and from the other large Spanish cities (like Madrid or Barcelona). The bus station is on the North of the City, so you will need to get a taxi or a bus to get to the centre. To buy national tickets online visit:

From Alicante or Barcelona:  www.alsa.es/en/

From Madrid: www.avanzabus.com/

For international tickets: www.eurolines.es/en/


 

 

TRANSPORT IN THE CITY

 
   

Metro

Single ticket: €1.50 for a journey within the city (Zone A), €3.90 between the city and the airport. Also available at metro stations: Bonometro (10 prepaid trips, €7.60 within Zone A). Combined bus-underground tickets valid for 1–3 days are also available at newsagents/news stands or tobacconists. 


 

 

 

Taxis

Taxis are not expensive (though there is a minimum fare of €4 during the day and €6 after 21:00), and you can pick them up at taxi ranks or stop them in the street.


 

 

 

Bicycle

Valenbisi: Valencia’s public bicycle-sharing system, with numerous docks around the city. Unlimited trips for one week: €13.30. An ecological and healthy option available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Docks: Plaza de la Virgen, 6
Docks: Plaza del Músico López Chávarri, s/n