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Location Info

Physical Location

Grupo de Ingeniería de Sistemas de Eventos Discretos.
Departamento de Informática e Ingeniería de Sistemas.
Centro Politécnico Superior.
Edificio Ada Byron.
Calle María de Luna 1
50018
Zaragoza (Spain)

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How to get here

Getting to Zaragoza

Direct flights

The most comfortable way to reach Zaragoza is by plane. 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.

The following airlines operate regularly from Zaragoza's international airport:

  • Iberia (Madrid, Barcelona and several other European and non-European capitals).
  • Ryanair (London, Brussels, Milan, Rome and Alicante).
  • Air Nostrum (Paris, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Madrid, Seville, Ibiza and Menorca)
  • Air Europa (mainly from/to Spanish islands).

You can take either a bus or a taxi from the airport to the city centre.

By train

A good alternative is flying to Madrid or Barcelona and then taking the AVE train to Zaragoza, operated by RENFE. This is a comfortable and fast train (less than 1h 15'). Despite RENFE's website is in Spanish only, you can find further information calling to their international information telephone number: +34 902 24 34 02.

If you are coming by the AVE train, we strongly advice you to buy the tickets with anticipation - they often run out of them!

These are the AVE train lines you should take to get to Zaragoza:

  • From Madrid, you can take either the AVE train to Barcelona or to Huesca (lines: "Ave Málaga / Sevilla - Madrid-Zaragoza-Camp de Tarragona - Barcelona" and "Ave Madrid-Zaragoza-Huesca").
  • From Barcelona, you must take the AVE train to Madrid (line: "Ave Málaga / Sevilla - Madrid-Zaragoza-Camp de Tarragona - Barcelona").

The train arrives at the Zaragoza Delicias station (address: Avda. Rioja, 33). There is a tourism office there with free maps and other interesting stuff. You can also take the city bus from there. A useful map of the city bus lines can also be found here.

By coach

You can also fly to Madrid or Barcelona and take a coach to Zaragoza. This usually takes quite longer than the AVE train (aprox. 3h 30'-4h) but tickets can be easily bought through the ALSA coach company website.

The coach arrives at the Zaragoza Delicias station (address: Avda Rioja, 33). There is a tourism office there with free maps and other interesting stuff. You can also take the city bus from there. A useful map of the city bus lines can also be found here.

By car

Once in Zaragoza

Zaragoza has a convenient local public transport service. Several bus lines bring you to the C.P.S. facilities: 20, 23, 42, 43, 44 and C2. Line 51 departs from the railway station and brings you to the city centre, connecting with lines 20, 23 and 43. Bus fares are 1 Eur for single ticket (one trip).

The second option is to take a taxi straight to C.P.S., with fares around 8 Eur. from city centre.