Venue / Travel

ITS 32nd European Regional Conference 2023



Conference venue

The conference sessions will take place at National University of Distance Education (U.N.E.D) Located in the city of Madrid, near Moncloa, Aravaca. In the Faculty of Law, C. del Obispo Trejo, 2, 28040 Madrid.

How to get to Madrid.

In Madrid, we have an international airport, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, 20 minutes from the centre of Madrid. Most major European airlines operate from Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

Uber, Cabify and taxis are accessible just outside the airport. Below you will find tips on how to get to Madrid from the airport.


Metro line 8 (pink) allows you to travel from the 4 terminals of Madrid Airport to the centre (Nuevos Ministerios station) in less than half an hour.

From Nuevos Ministerios you can take the train, line C4, which will take you to the centre in less than 10 minutes. The price of the metro ticket from the airport is 5 euros, to which you must add another 2.5 euros for the transport card.


The fastest way to get from Madrid airport to the city centre is to take the C1 train, which costs 2.60 euros, plus half a euro for the travel card.

This train line will take you to Chamartín in about 12 minutes and from there you can transfer to the C4 line, which will take you to Puerta del Sol in about 20 minutes.


Line 200, which runs from 06:00 to 23:30 and passes through all terminals, will take you to Avenida América station in half an hour for 1.5 euros. From this station you can connect with other metro lines.

Line 203 runs 24 hours a day and will drop you off at Atocha or Cibeles stations. The ticket costs 5 euros and the journey takes 40 minutes.

For more information about Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport, consult the airport’s website.

If you are coming to Madrid from anywhere in Spain, you have other options:

  • If you prefer to come to Madrid by car, all the major motorways in Spain reach Madrid; if you are coming from Barcelona, for example, the corresponding line would be the A2.
  • Another option would be to use the high-speed trains (AVE) that arrive at Madrid’s Atocha and Chamartín stations and run throughout most of Spain. For further information:

Public transportation in Madrid:

Public transport in the city of Madrid includes: underground (Metro), trams (Metro Ligero), bus and suburban trains. Click here to access the page related to public transport in Madrid.

National University of Distance Education (U.N.E.D)

If you click here, you can find a map of the UNED Campus. [Please add the UNED map attached to this email.]

How to get to U.N.E.D.:

To get to our location there are several possibilities:


  • Line 46 (stops at Senda del Rey and Obispo Trejo -in the direction of Moncloa-, and at Avenida de Séneca -in the direction of Gran Vía-).
  • Lines A, 160 and 161 (at Puente de los Franceses).
  • Line U (at Avenida de Martín Fierro); and at the start of Avenida de Séneca,
  • Lines 82, 132, 133, 162 and G. (stops at Avenida Séneca).


  • The nearest stop is Ciudad Universitaria on line 6 (grey), from where you will have to walk for about 20 minutes.
  • “Moncloa” station (lines 3 -yellow- and 6 -Circular; grey-), and going down Avenida de Séneca, and then either along Avenida de Martín Fierro and Calle Obispo Trejo or along Calle Senda del Rey (in total, about 1,500 m.).

Private vehicles:

We remind you that it is always possible to use the services of UBer, Cabify and Taxi to get to the UNED.

If you wish to come with your own vehicle, we remind you that you can park in the private car park of the Faculty of Law. If you are interested in using this option, please send an email with the request and the registration number of your car to:, so that we can confirm your parking space.

Covid-19 related travel restrictions

There are currently no restrictions for travel to or within Spain related to Covid-19. However, to avoid problems related to the change in the epidemiological situation, please find attached the official web page of the Spanish Government regarding Covid-19 restrictions.