A Symposium on Splitting Methods for Differential Equations

Institut de Matemàtiques i Aplicacions de Castelló (IMAC)        

September 6-8, 2010

Castellón, Spain

 How to arrive

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By plane and train

You can reach the Universitat Jaume I from Valencia airport (65 km), Barcelona (285 km), Alicante (231 km) or Madrid (415 km).
The best options, by far, are Valencia and Barcelona.

From Valencia

From the airport (Aeroport, in Catalan), you can take the metro until Xátiva (lines 3 and/or 5), which is located just outside Estación del Norte de Valencia (Valencia Estació del Nord, Main Railway Station). From there, a local train (cercanías/rodalíes) connects Valencia and Castellón (Castelló de la Plana) every 30 minutes on working days and 60 minutes on Sundays and bank holidays. You can buy your ticket at automatic dispensers located in the hall.
The trip takes one hour. Once at the Castellón/Castelló railway station, the Hotel Luz is just accross the street (north gate).

From Barcelona

Local train (cercanías/rodalíes) every 30 minutes from the airport to Barcelona Sants Railway Station. Once there, take a long distance train to Castellón (approximately every two hours). You can check the timetable and buy your tickets here (it is highly recommended to buy them in advance).

By road

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From Castelló to Universitat Jaume I

The best option is to use TRAM, a trolley bus recently opened to connect the city center with the University every 5-7 minutes.
It has a stop near the railway station and the hotel. Price of the ticket: 1 euro.
Tram Línea-T1

Once at the University...

The symposium will take place at the Institut de Matemàtiques i Aplicacions de Castelló (IMAC),
Escuela Superior de Tecnología y Ciencias Experimentales. The IMAC is located here, whereas the final stop of the TRAM can be seen here.

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