"FOM 2007 Map"

Please click this link for a zoomable map of Valencia with conference venue, hotels, etc.

Conference venue (Google map)

Facultat de Farmacia
Universitat de Valencia
Vicent Andres Estelles
46100 Burjassot

If you want to make a virtual visit to the Facultat de Farmacia, please follow this link and click "Faculat de Farmacia" at the "Campus de Burjassot".

Getting To Spain

By plane
The number of international flights to Manises International Airport has soared in the past few years, with direct connections to the main European capitals: London, Paris, Milan, Amsterdam, Munich, Cologne, Zurich and Hanover. There are 20 flights daily to the two main international Spanish airports, Madrid-Barajas and Barcelona-El Prat (4 to Barcelona, 16 to Madrid), with onward connections to the main cities in the rest of the world. The proximity of Alicante Airport (180 km) increases the number of flights on offer, with the numerous charter flights to many European cities. Manises Airport has highly sophisticated facilities and is only 8 kilometres from the city centre.
Airport Information: Tel. +34-963709500 / +34-961598500
By train
Valencia has good railway connections to and from the North Railway Station in the city centre. Modern trains run from Valencia to Madrid and Barcelona with 11 regular trains per day to each destination (3.5 hours in both cases). For more information visit the Renfe Website, or ring the main railway stations of Valencia:
By car
Access to Valencia by car using the following routes and motorways: - A-3 motorway: from central Spain and Madrid - N-340 and A-7 (exit 51): from Barcelona - N-224: from Saragossa and Teruel - N-332, and A-7 along the coast: from Alicante and Murcia - N-430 and N-330, through the "inland" route, which crosses the province of Valencia from north to south For information about the state of the roads, please contact the Dirección General de Tráfico (http://www.dgt.es/).

Airport to hotel accommodation

There are no trains from Valencia Airport to Valencia City Centre (and vv).
On the Ground Floor of Valencia Airport you will find the Valencia Airport Taxis just outside the arrival hall. There are always taxis waiting at the rank and the fare into the city center should be around € 15 (airport supplement: € 2,75).
Aero-bus runs every 20 minutes from 06.00 am until 22.00. The trip into the city center takes around 15 minutes and costs appr. € 2,50. Line 150 runs from 05.25 am until 23.55 and costs appr. € 1,00.

Getting Around Valencia

By Metro:
For a detailed map of the metro in Valencia, look at: www.metrovalencia.com. The conference location is at stop V. Andres E. on the blue line (number 4). The conference dinner is at stop Las Arenes (end of the blue line at the sea).
By Taxi: