7th Workshop on Adaptative Multimedia Retrieval
Madrid 2009

September 24 - 25, 2009 - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Madrid, Spain.






How to arrive


Workshop held in 
24th: Salón de actos de Facultad de Psicología - C/ Juan del Rosal, 10 - UNED Ciudad Universitaria
25th: Salón de actos de ETSI Industriales - C/ Juan del Rosal, 12 - UNED Ciudad Universitaria

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Flight Information

All flights arrive at Madrid-Barajas Airport which is located within city limits 12 km from the city center. It has four terminals T1, T2, T3 and T4 (with its satellite terminal T4S). Iberia Airlines and the rest of airlines belonging to the One World Alliance, British Airways, American Airlines,.. use the new terminal T4-T4S. With very few exceptions the rest of international airlines use Terminal T1.

To reach downtown:

  • By Subway (Metro): Take Line 8 to Nuevos Ministerios hub, estimated travel time is 15 minutes. There are two Airport Metro stations. One is located at terminal T2 and the other one at terminal T4. If you arrive to terminal T1 use the internal walkway to terminal T2. If you arrive to terminal T4S take the internal people mover connecting to T4 main building. The underground is usually called "El Metro". Metro tickets and bus tickets cost 1€ each (plus 1€ supplement at Airport stations). At underground stations you can buy a combined ticket called "Metrobus" that is valid for ten trips (underground or bus) and costs 6,70 €. The Metro is closed at nights from 2 am to 6 am. See Metro system map or obtain your optimum path .
  • By Taxi: There are official taxi stands outside each terminal. Travel time to central Madrid may take between 20 and 30 minutes depending on traffic conditions. Cost around €30. Taxis in Madrid are white with a red diagonal line across the front doors and are reasonably priced. You can hail them raising your hand at any point. A green light on the roof of the car indicates that the taxi is available. If you have mobility problems you can request a Eurotaxi.

Spain eagerly welcomes visitors from overseas, but you can contact local Spanish Consulate or Embassy for more information.