Invited speakers will be lodged at Hotel Hesperia Peregrino Santiago.
If you are interested in booking a room at this hotel (price should be €65.97 per night), or you want us to help you with the accommodation, please contact us at
or the official travel agency of the conference:
- VIAJES SANT YAGO
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Tel.: +34 981 599256
- Rúa Lope Gómez de Marzoa, s/n
- Campus Sur
- 15782 Santiago de Compostela
The venue is only 10 minutes walking away from city centre and 20 minutes from the old town and the cathedral. You can find detailed information about the city and the university in this web map or this high resolution map.
How to arrive
The international Airport of Lavacolla is located only 15 kms away from the city centre. There is a bus service offered by Empresa Freire connecting the airport and the city centre (with several stops at a walking distance to the campus) every half an hour; one can buy the tickets (3€ each) directly to the bus driver. You can also take a taxi with a fixed rate of 21€.
There are other nearby airports, with international flights, in A Coruña (60 km) and Vigo (90 km). You can reach Santiago from both airports by taking a bus to the city railway station and then one of the frequent trains to Santiago.
At the very centre of the city we also find a railway station, connected to the main Galician and Spanish cities, including Madrid and Barcelona. There are frequent communications along the Atlantic corridor from A Coruña and Vigo. Train tickets can be booked at the Renfe website or, in many cases, bought directly at stations.
The entire Atlantic corridor is linked by motorway or dual carriageway. The A-9 toll road joins A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra and Vigo. This toll road also extends southwards to Portugal (via Porto and Lisbon).
There is also a motorway (A-6, A-52 and AG-53) connecting Madrid and Santiago de Compostela, which is toll-free except for two stretches (Guadarrama tunnels near Madrid, and the section Lalín-Santiago de Compostela).