The Campus “Barri Vell” of University of Girona is right at the heart of Girona centre and is part of its historic heritage. The conference venue will take place in three emblematic locations of UdG Faculty of Humanities: Aula Modest Prats, Sala de Graus and cloister “Sant Domènec”.
Girona is one of the most distinctive historical cities of Catalonia, well known for its Jewish old quarter, its magnificent gothic cathedral and its unique gastronomy. It has around 100.000 inhabitants and is equipped with all touristic facilities. The city is situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees, and it offers a wonderfully contrasting landscape only 100km far away from Barcelona, 60km from France and 30km from Costa Brava.
The city of Girona has excellent air, rail and road connections.
Girona-Costa Brava Airport
Girona-Costa Brava Airport has regular flights from cities in Europe and other parts of Spain. The airport is located about 12 km / 7 mi outside Girona, with good road connections to the city centre by car, coach or taxi.
Road access into Girona city is by the N-II main road or the AP-7 motorway. At the airport there are several car hire companies, an official taxi rank, and a coach service into Girona bus station.
Barcelona-El Prat Airport
Barcelona-El Prat international airport receives regular European and intercontinental flights. Just 110 km / 68 mi away, there is direct access to Girona by motorway, train, or coach.
Aeroport de Perpinyà-Rivesaltes
Perpignan's small airport is just 110 km / 68 mi from Girona. There is good motorway access to Girona, and several coach companies offer a regular service.
Adif railway station
Adif Girona railway station, located in the centre of Girona city, offers regional, national, and international rail services. As well as the regular lines, Girona station is a stop on the Madrid - Zaragoza - Barcelona - French border high-speed line (AVE), one of the main transport links between Spain and the rest of Europe.