Visa Information

PN & ACSD 2017 participants are requested to check with the Spanish Consulate or diplomatic mission in their home country for visa requirements. It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain a visa if required. Please, note that the Spanish Schengen VISA application process can take several months, so make sure to plan ahead 2~3 months in advance.

For more information on the visa requirements, procedures, and a complete list of all Spanish embassies and consulates, including address and contact information, you can visit the following website.

Invitation Letter

If you require a letter of invitation for your VISA application, please contact us and request one at pn2017@unizar.es, including the following information:

  • Title
  • Name and Surnames
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth
  • Address
  • Email
  • Citizenship
  • Passport number
  • If you are an author of a PN2017, ACSD2017, or any associated event, please also include the paper id and title.

You will receive the invitation letter in Spanish, to be presented at any Spanish embassy or consulate, once you have registered and we have received your payment.

Arriving in Zaragoza

By Plane

ZARAGOZA AIRPORT is located 10 km outside the city. Zaragoza Airport is connected to the city centre by buses which run every half an hour (every hour on Sundays) from 6,15 am to 23,15 pm. The journey takes between 20 and 30 minutes and you will be charged 1,85 euros for a single ticket. For further information www.consorciozaragoza.es/lineas_horarios.php.

You can also take a taxi. The fare is around 25€. Taxis stop just in front of the arrivals terminal. Reservation by phone: 976 751 515, 976 383 838 and 976 424 242.The main carriers with flights to Zaragoza:

    • Ryanair (with flights from Paris (Beauvais), Brussels (Charleroi), Milan (Bergamo), London (Stansted))
    • Air Horizon (with flights from Munich, Roma, Alicante, Sevilla)
    • Wizzair (with flights from Bucarest, Napona)
    • Volotea (with flights from Mahon, Ibiza, Mallorca)
    • AirEuropa

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Transfer to/from the airport:

Zaragoza Airport is located 10 km from the city centre. The most convenient option is a taxi that will cost around €25 -30 and take around 20 minutes to the city centre.

Alternatively, the cheapest option is the airport bus stopping at Paseo de María Agustín 7, in the city centre (45 minutes ride) and outside the airport terminal. The bus costs €1.50 and runs every 30 minutes Mon-Sat and every hour on Sundays and holidays.

MADRID AIRPORT

As most flights to Zaragoza only run once a day, it is sometimes more convenient to fly to Madrid or Barcelona airports, from where you can reach Zaragoza in less than 3 hours.

From Madrid Barajas Airport: 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 “Cercanias” leaving from T4 and takes around 40 mins) and then take the high speed train AVE to Zaragoza (1h10, around €50). A cheaper but not so comfortable alternative is taking a coach from company ALSA that runs between Barajas terminal T4 and Zaragoza every 2-3 hours (3h45 trip, single/return: €15/€26). If you are in terminals T1 T2 or T3, take the free airport bus shuttle to terminal T4. The bus to Zaragoza stops in the same place as the airport shuttle. Yes, there are no ticket counters, information posts, or timetables, but place yourself with your back towards the T4 terminal exit, look at your right and you will see the ticket vending machine of ALSA.

NOTE: If you already have your AVE train ticket, you can get the suburban train ticket (“Cercanias”) for free in the automatic vending machines, by typing the code for “CombinadoCercanías” that appears on your AVE ticket. 

BARCELONA AIRPORT

The easiest way is to take the half-hourly RENFE C-10 suburban train from T2(if you arrive at T1 there is an airport bus which takes you to T2 station) to Barcelona Sants (20 minutes, around €4.50), and then take the high speed train AVE to Zaragoza (1h25, around €60).

NOTE: If you already have your AVE train ticket, you can get the suburban train ticket (“Cercanias”) for free in the automatic vending machines, by typing the code for “CombinadoCercanías” that appears on your AVE ticket. 

By Train or Bus

If you have to travel to or from Zaragoza to any other place by train or by bus, there is a central station connected to the city centre and the airport by a bus line.

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For further information:

http://www.alsa.es/

http://www.renfe.com

Address: Estación Zaragoza Delicias, Avda de Navarra, 80.

Tel: 976 700 599 (bus information) and 902 320 320 (Renfe).

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Transfer to/from the train and bus station:

All trains and buses arrive to Delicias Train Station 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 €10).

By Car

From Barcelona to Zaragoza by Car

The 300km drive from Barcelona to Zaragoza takes about 3h. You will spend most of the journey on the AP-2. Remember that AP roads are toll roads.

From Madrid to Zaragoza by Car

The 320km journey from Madrid to Zaragoza takes about 3h30, traveling mainly on the A-2.