The seminar will take place in the Facultad de Derecho of the Universidad de Murcia, in the Campus de la Merced, which is in downtown Murcia.

  • Train

To get to Murcia from Madrid (4 hours) and Barcelona (7 hours) RENFE offers long distance services.

You can benefit from the special rates for conferences and fairs:  more info here

You may check timetables at

  • Plane

Alicante’s Airport  (El Altet) is an aproximate 45 minutes drive from Murcia. From Alicante there are direct flights to: Bolonia, Roma (Fiumicino) y Milán (Bérgamo), as well as other European destinations. Via Madrid/Barcelona you may connect with virtually any airport in the world.

From Alicante’s airport to Murcia:

By taxi – Approx. € 90 (45 min to the center of Murcia) – It is the most expensive option but if you can share between 4 people it may prove reasonable.

By bus – One way € 5.19, return € 9.34 (50 minutes)-  Schedule

  • Plane + Train

It is recommended to travel to Madrid by plane and continue thereon by train to Murcia (see Renfe discount rates). From Madrid Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport T4 there is a connection by train to the stations of Chamartín and Atocha Cercanías (included in the price of the train ticket).

  • Car

Murcia is connected to the rest of Spain by means of an extensive network of highways.

  • From Seville (5 hours) or Granada (3 hours): Highway A92 (N) (Sevilla / Granada – Murcia) and A7 E15 (Almería – Murcia)
  • From Madrid: (4 hours) Highway A3 / A30 (Madrid – Valencia / Murcia).
  • From Barcelona (6 hours), Valencia (2.5 hours), Alicante (1 hour): The Mediterranean Arch between Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante and Murcia is connected by the A7 / AP7 E15 highway.


  • Bus[2]
  • From Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante: See Alsa
  • From Seville and Granada: See Alsina Graells

[1] Rates consulted on 28/06/2018

[2] Bus transport time usually involves 25-30% longer than the time indicated in the previous section.