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How to get to conference location - Malaga (Spain)

By Air
Malaga Airport (Pablo Ruiz Picasso) is located 8 km from the city centre with excellent communication links to the whole of the Costa del Sol. It is one of the oldest Spanish airports as well as being one of the original locations of the first airline founded in Spain in 1919.Most of the traffic handled by the airport is from the European Union. London-Gatwick is the destination with the greatest number of passengers, followed by Manchester, Dublin, London-Luton, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Brussels.Malaga Airport also has scheduled flights to the rest of Spain, most significantly to Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca.Malaga Airport is undergoing a major infrastructure modernisation process, both in the terminal area and on the airfield, as part of "Plan Malaga".
Airport information
Avda. de García Morato, s/n - 29004 Málaga.
Telephone: 952 04 84 84
Tourism information is available at the Arrivals Terminal.

Directions to Malaga from the Airport
You can access the airport from Malaga and the towns on the Costa del Sol via the E-15 motorway and the national road N-340.
Taxi (depending on the final destination, the journey by taxi from the airport to the city centre typically costs between 10 and 15 euros)

Malaga-Airport (Line 19)
Stops: Terminal 1, Arrivals - Terminal 2, Departures.
Timetable and prices can be found at Empresa Malagueña de Transportes
Information telephone: 902 527 200

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 Malaga from there (AVE). The railway company RENFE offers many train connections to Malaga. Depending on the timetable, you can take the AVE (Spanish high speed train, travel time of 3 hr. from Madrid)
Consult the train timetables:

The Malaga-Maria Zambrano Station, located at St. Explanada de la Estación S/N, 29002 Malaga (Center city)

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 Malaga with practically all the peninsular cities

Station Bus Malaga information:
Paseo de los Tilos, s/n - 29006 Málaga
Telephone: 952 350 061
More info:

By Car

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As for the road network, Malaga is connected to the major cities of Andalusia and the rest of Spain by motorways such as the A-7 Mediterranean road, the A-92, which provides communications with the whole of Andalusia, and the A- 45, which provides fast access to the motorway that links Andalusia with the plateau.

This road network also facilitates an extensive passenger and goods road transport service