NanoSpain conf
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Travel Info
How to get to conference location - Zaragoza (Spain)

By Air
Located 9 km from the city, the Zaragoza airport has led to the city’s position as the Ebro Valley’s strategic centre of goods, cargo and passengers. It currently offers regular international connections to Frankfurt, London, Milan, Paris as well as national connections to Madrid, Barcelona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Palma de Mallorca and Seville. Special charter flights are also organised from June to September to most European countries and North Africa.
Information and reservations Airport information
Ctra. del Aeropuerto, w/out no.
Telephone: 976 712 300
Tourism information is available at the Arrivals Terminal.

Directions to Zaragoza from the Airport
Taxi (depending on the final destination, the journey by taxi from the airport to the city centre typically costs between 15 and 20 euros)

By Train

If there is no direct flight from your city or country of origin, the best option is to fly to Madrid or Barcelona and take the train to Zaragoza from there (AVE). The railway company RENFE offers many train connections to Zaragoza. Depending on the timetable, you can take the AVE (Spanish high speed train, travel time of 1 hr. 15 min. from Madrid) or the ALVIA/ALTARIA (travel time between 1 hr. 45 min. and 2 hrs.)
Consult the train timetables:

The Zaragoza-Delicias Station, located at Avda Rioja, 33 next to the Augusta Shopping Centre, offers local connections by city coach.
Lines: 51, 21, 25, 27, 42.
Line 51 stops at the Station. Its route begins at the Intermodal Station and goes to Paseo Constitución.
The other lines stop at the Delicias Civic Centre, located next to the station.
For more information regarding city lines, please visit: There is a taxi rank at the station’s exit.

More information
  • 24-hour telephone line: National calls 902 240 202
  • 24-hour telephone line: International calls 902 24 34 02
By bus
Numerous coach lines connect Zaragoza with practically all the peninsular cities, the main cities of various European countries, including the Czech Republic and Poland, and North African countries, such as Morocco.
The Delicias intermodal coach station is located next to the railway station and the NanoSpain site location.

By Car

Zaragoza has an excellent road infrastructure including: the North Spain motorway network which connects with Bilbao and Barcelona; the Autovía de Aragón, which connects it with Madrid; and the future Somport-Sagunto Autovía, which is already in operation in some areas and will connect Zaragoza with Valencia and the French network via the Aragon Pyrenees.
  • AP-2 Zaragoza-Barcelona (2h30)
  • AP-68 Zaragoza-Bilbao (2h30)
  • A2 Zaragoza – Madrid (3h00)
National Roads
  • N-II Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona
  • N-330 Autovía Levante a Francia por Zaragoza
  • N-232 Santander-Logroño-Zaragoza
  • N-330 Zaragoza-Teruel
This road network also facilitates an extensive passenger and goods road transport service