Oct 24 – 28, 2022
University of Santiago de Compostela
Europe/Madrid timezone

Travel

                    

 

TO REACH SANTIAGO

Santiago de Compostela is in the North west corner of Spain (Galicia), far away of the main European hubs, the best option to reach Santiago is by plane. Galicia has 3 airports shown on the map, being the best option Santiago the Compostela Airport. There are direct connections to several European destinations and also via Madrid or Barcelona

 

                       

 

Coming by Road or Train 

Connections by bus https://www.alsa.com/en/web/bus/national-destinations/more-destinations  or train http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html from Madrid are possible but be aware we are pretty far (~600 km). 

 

Coming by Airplane

Santiago de Compostela Airport 

Lavacolla International Airports is only 10 km from the center (15 min by car) and has a capacity for 4 million passengers per year. The access to the town is ensured by public transportation (bus http://www.aena.es/en/santiago-airport/public-transport.html) and taxi at fix rate of 25 € / trip.  

The airport of Santiago de Compostela has several direct international connections with  Bassel, Bologne, Frankfurt, Geneva, London, Milan and Paris.

It also ensures 4 daily connections with Madrid and 3 with Barcelona airport http://www.aena.es/en/santiago-airport/airport-destinations.html

 

There are two other airports in the vicinity of Santiago

In case you choose one of these options we can arrange a taxi transfer to Santiago with and estimated cost of (110 €/trip) . You should contact with Pablo Cabana and indicate your trip details together with the conference code  EUNPC2022. He will arrange everything to ensure you have a safe and confortable trip to Santiago.