18th European Dependable Computing Conference
12-15 September 2022
Zaragoza, Spain

Venue and Travel


The EDCC22 venue will be at the Río Ebro Campus (north center of Zaragoza), which hosts the Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura (EINA) and the Instituto Universitario de Investigación de Aragón (I3A).

In particular, both the workshops and the main conference will be held at the I3A premises.
Campus Rio Ebro

The I3A can be reached in 20 minutes by taxi from Zaragoza airport or 10 minutes from the train/bus central station.

To arrive by public transport, take the urban bus Ci1 from Camino de las Torres to Gómez de Avellaned, 57 bus stop, then walk 3 minutes through the shopping centre to the Avenue María Zambrano. Take the tram to Parque Goya in Pablo Neruda stop. Get off in Campus Río Ebro stop.

From the city centre, take the tram to Parque Goya and get off in Campus Río Ebro stop.

How to arrive to Zaragoza

Direct Flights

Some low-cost companies offer a few direct flights to Zaragoza. These are non-connecting flights, so they are probably not convenient if you come from outside Europe:

  • Ryanair
    • Bolonia, 18:45 – 20:40 on Tue; 10:25 – 12:20 on Sat.
    • Brussels (Charleroi), 12:00 – 14:00 on Wed and Sat.
    • London (Stansted), 13:15 – 16:25 on Tue and Wed; 16:30 – 19:40 on Thu and Sat.
    • Milan (Bergamo), 13:25 – 15:20 on Wed and Sun; 16:05 – 18:00 on Fri.
    • Paris (Beauvais-Tille), 18:10 – 20:00 on Tue; 17:25 – 19:15 on Sat.
    • Vienna, 15:00 – 17:35 on Tue; 07:00 – 09:35 on Sat.
  • Wizzair
    • Bucharest, 15:15 – 17:50 on Tue, Thu, Sat.
    • Cluj-Napoca, 18:45 – 21:05 on Tue, Thu, Sat.
  • Volotea (from/to Balearic islands).
  • Air Europa (mainly from/to Spanish islands).
  • Binter (from/to Canary islands).
  • Vueling (mainly from/to Spanish islands).

Zaragoza’s international airport (“Aeropuerto de Zaragoza”) is just nine kilometers away from the city centre. Detailed information about how to reach the city centre from the airport is available here.

Flights to Madrid or Barcelona + High Speed Train AVE to Zaragoza

The easier way to reach Zaragoza is flying to Madrid or Barcelona and then taking the AVE train to Zaragoza, operated by RENFE. AVE trains run hourly from 6:05 to 21:30 and arrive to Zaragoza in ~1h30min. Allow at least a 2h margin between flight arrival and train departure. If you are coming by the AVE train, we strongly advice you to buy and print the tickets in advance – they often run out of them!

To take the AVE train, please follow these steps:

  • From Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, you can get to Atocha train station either by bus or by commuter train:
    • By bus: Take the Línea Exprés (the express bus). You can find the timetables, stops and fares here.
    • By train: Go to Atocha RENFE train station either by taxi (30 minutes, around €30) or by metro (45 minutes, around €4.5) or by train (Signed posted as “Cercanías” leaving from T4 and takes around 40 mins) and then take the high speed train AVE to Zaragoza (1h20min, around €50).
  • From Josep Tarradellas Barcelona El Prat Airport:

    The easiest option is to take the half-hourly RENFE C-10 suburban train from T2 (if you arrive at T1 there is an airport bus shutlle which takes you to T2 train station) to Barcelona Sants (20 minutes, around €4.50), and then take the high speed train AVE to Zaragoza (1h25min, around €60).

Flights to Madrid or Barcelona + Coach to Zaragoza

Travelling by coach is cheaper than by train, however it takes more time.
  • From Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport:

    If you arrive to Madrid-Barajas later than 19:30 you can still make it to Zaragoza taking a coach from Barajas terminal T4 to Zaragoza (3h30min, around €16.80, last coach at 1:45AM).

  • From Josep Tarradellas Barcelona El Prat Airport:

    From the terminal T1, take the bus A1 to Plaça Espanya (20 minutes). There, take the underground line L1 – direction Fonda, get off at Arc de Triomf station (5 minutes). Walk from the Arc de Triomf metro station to the Estació d'Autobusos Barcelona Nord (5 minutes). Take the coach from Estació d'Autobusos Barcelona Nord to Zaragoza (3h45min, around €16, last coach at 23:59AM).

The coaches are operated by ALSA. Book and print your ticket in advance at www.alsa.com or use the ALSA ticket vending machine (exit from T4 to the bus stop area and look to your right).

From Delicias Train Station to the city centre.

All trains and buses arrive to Delicias Train Station (address: Avda Rioja, 33) that is some 2km away from the city centre, and can be reached by urban buses 34 and 51 or by taxi (10 minutes, around €20). A useful map of the city bus lines can also be found here.

By car

Visa Information

Information for foreigners intending to come to Spain can be obtained through the official website of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Please check if a VISA is requested for foreigners coming from your country and all the information related to COVID19 and follow the instructions of the Ministry.