The workshop will be held at the Conference Room of the "Rectorado" of the Universidad de Málaga.
Postal address: Rectorado UMA
Av. de Cervantes,2.
The congress will be held at University of Malaga’s Rectorate located in the Park of Malaga, next to the Bank of Spain and the Palacio de la Aduana. It was the Old Post Office building (Antiguo Edificio de Correos) and built between 1916 and 1923 with the idea of furthering communications. Due to space limitations, Correos left the property in 1986, and the University of Málaga bought it in 1993. It is a neo-Mudejar style building. The corners of the main façade are rounded with projecting towers of curved shapes that form a uniquely styled roof. Under this building, remains of the Phoenician wall of Malaga dating from the third and fourth centuries BC and other elements such as Roman garum (fish paste) pools that are visible inside have been found.
You can arrive to Málaga:
- By plane
Malaga’s Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport is the fourth busiest Spanish airport, after Barajas, El Prat and Palma de Mallorca, and constitutes an international gateway to the South of Spain. It offers international connections with 124 cities in 31 countries, as well as providing national flights to the main Spanish cities.
- By train
The Malaga-Maria Zambrano Railway Station connects the city to the capital of Spain through the High-Speed line (AVE) Malaga-Cordoba-Madrid in a two-hour and a half journey. The Malaga-Cordoba-Seville route takes 1 hour and 55 minutes. Furthermore, the railway network connects Malaga and the Airport through local train lines.
- By bus
Malaga’s Bus Station establishes links between Málaga and the main Spanish and European cities. In addition to this, there is a Bus Station in Muelle Heredia, at the city centre near Malaga’s Port, which connects to several localities of the metropolitan area.
Transportation from the airport (AGP) to Malaga city center (schedules and fares):