How to arrive

The Congress will be held at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Salamanca (Dioscorides Building). The facilities are located in the Unamuno Campus.


f you are coming from abroad, the easiest way is to fly to Madrid (Madrid-Barajas Airport), and then take the bus (Avanza Bus) or the train (RENFE), both of which provide frequent services. The journey from Madrid to Salamanca takes approximately two hours. If you are coming from Portugal or France, you can also get here on the bus or train.


By car

If travelling by car, the A-62 and A-66 take you straight to the city. If you are travelling from Madrid, you need to take the A-50.


By bus

If you decide to take the bus, there is a bus line run by Avanza Bus (Avanza Bus), which provides a direct service between Madrid-Barajas Airport and Salamanca. The Madrid-Barajas bus stop is located at Terminal 1, in the car park opposite the arrivals lounge. Ticket sales and timetables are available on the Avanza Bus web page: www.avanzabus.com, at regular ticket counters and inside the airport itself, the Viajes de El Corte Inglés travel agency, located on the first of the Terminal building. You can also call the following number: +34 902 02 09 99.


There are regular bus services which, with a simple transfer, allow you to get to Salamanca from any Spanish or European city. To get to Madrid’s Estación de Autobuses Sur bus station (Compañía Avanza Bus, C/ Méndez Álvaro) from Madrid- Barajas airport, the best option is to take the underground line 8 to Nuevos Ministerios, and then change to line 6 which takes you to Méndez Álvaro.

Salamanca Bus Station
Avenida Filiberto Villalobos 71


By train

If you prefer to travel by train, RENFE (Spanish National Railways) provides daily services to Madrid, Lisbon, Oporto, Paris and all connections. To get to Madrid Chamartín Railway Station from Madrid-Barajas Airport, take underground line 8 to Nuevos Ministerios, and then change to line 10 which takes you to Chamartín.

Timetables are available from the official web page: www.renfe.es or call +34 902 24 02 02.

The underground web page is  www.metro.es


By plane

Salamanca also has its own small airport, located in the nearby town of Matacán, and a certain times of the year, there are scheduled and charter flights to and from a number of Spanish and European cities.

More information: https://www.salamanca.es/en/