Travelling to Málaga

By air

Málaga International Airport (AGP) is one of the busiest airports in southern Spain with an access to major cities of Europe. The two terminals at the Airport (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2) are contiguous one to another. There are bars, restaurants and fast food outlets in the Centro Plaza. Medical service is also provided at the Airport. A Chemistry is located in Terminal 1. A bank (opened from 09:00-19:30) is located at Terminal 2. 

Please check AGP webpages, particularly destination map. If you will flight to Madrid, you might consider taking AVE high-speed train (2.5 hours) to Málaga - see the Spanish railway company RENFE for details.


By rail

Maria Zambrano Train Station in Málaga offers the Vialia Shopping Mall and Leisure Centre and a 4 star hotel. This station was completed in 2006 and has increased the train lines from 5 to 8 providing local routes and high speed AVE links to major cities in Spain, including Barcelona, Madrid and Seville.

There is no Metro system in Málaga yet (under construction). Nonetheless, suburban train Renfe Cercanias departs from Centro Alameda and AGP Airport every 30 minutes. A train station is located in Los Alamos, where the TEA-IS summer school will be held, so the train should be considered as an option.


By road

Málaga Bus Station provides unbeatable links to the Andalusian Province, the rest of Spain, and throughout Europe. It even provides bus services to the airport. It is located right behind the main train station, which can be reached within 10 to 15 minutes on foot from downtown Málaga.


To get to the conference place, from either Málaga city center or Málaga Airport take a taxi (a ride to Los Álamos from Málaga airport, Hotel Camino Real, at the sea front is around 18 €) or take for 1.10 € local train either at Málaga railway station (20 minutes) or the train at the airport (10 minutes).