The 12th International Conference on Nonlinear Mathematics and Physics (NoLineal 2020) will take place at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Minas y Energía, of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. The school is located at Ríos Rosas street, no. 23, very close to Madrid city center.

How to get Madrid

By plane

Madrid-Barajas International Airport is only 13 km away from the city, and its connections by public transportation are some of the quickest and easiest to use in the world: besides bus or taxi, travelers may take the Metro, where every five minutes a train to/from Madrid-Barajas Airport leaves from Nuevos Ministerios Station in the City Centre at a cost of 4.5-5 €, or take the Suburban where every 30 minutes a train to/from Madrid-Barajas Airport leaves from Chamartín at a cost of 2.60 €.

By train

International trains arrive at Atocha (France and Portugal) or Chamartín (France) train stations. Atocha is the station located in the south center of the city and Chamartín is in the north. Both stations have access to metro lines.

By bus

Avenida de América and Méndez Álvaro bus stations are the main ones in the city. Both stations have routes to other Spanish cities and international destinations. Méndez Álvaro is located in the south of the city and Avenida de América is located in the north east.

How to get to the conference venue using public transportation…

The best way to get the conference venue is taking the underground (metro) until Ríos Rosas station (line 1). The stations of Canal (lines 2 and 7), Gregorio Marañón (line 10), Cuatro Caminos (lines 1, 2 and 6) and Nuevos Ministerios (lines 6, 8 and 10) are also quite close.

Another option is taking a bus. For that porpouse, please check the EMT transport company or GoogleMaps.