European Conference on Embolotherapy

June 21-24 | Valencia, Spain

June 21-24 | Valencia, Spain

June 21-24 | Valencia, Spain

June 21-24 | Valencia, Spain

June 21-24 | Valencia, Spain

AttendVenue and transportation

Venue and transportation

The city of Valencia is a beautiful, well maintained city full of charm located on the Mediterranean coast, where the subtle aromas of salty sea water and saffron (a defining element of the famous paella) are ever present in the gentle breeze. It is the capital of the Autonomous Community of Valencia and the third largest city in Spain, with over 800,000 inhabitants who speak both Castilian Spanish and Valencian.

Few other cities can boast such a rich cultural history, which has remained vivid and evolving from ancient times to the present day, with each era leaving its stamp on the city. There are also plenty of atmospheric restaurants and bars to enjoy after a full day at the conference.


Palacio de Congresos de Valencia
Avinguda de les Corts Valencianes, 60
46015 Valencia


The Valencia Airport, just 8 kilometres from the city centre, has regular daily flights to many European and international destinations. The city also has two main railway stations, the Estación del Norte, from which the local train network operates, and Joaquín Sorolla, offering AVE high-speed rail services to Madrid, Cuenca, Seville and Córdoba.

Travelling from the airport to the city centre by taxi takes 20 minutes and will cost €20-25. Alternatively, there are two public transport methods from the airport. The metro will take you to the centre in around 25 minutes, costing €4.90 for the journey. The bus (Line 150) is the cheapest method, costing €1.50 and taking approximately 25-30 minutes.

Valencia has an excellent public transportation network (subway, bus, tram) connecting all neighbourhoods and major tourist areas. Single tickets cost €1.50, while the SUMA card allows for ten journeys for €8 (plus €1 for the card).

The Valencia Conference Centre is linked to the city via the 62, 63, 99 and N3 bus routes. The Beniferri metro station and Palau de Congressos tram station are nearby which connect the venue to the airport and city centre.