29th Nov – 2nd Dec
Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
COVID-19: You can get updated about Covid restrictions on the Spain Travel Health portal and on the Aena network airports website. Information is also available at the Travel and Covid-19 section! Additionally, Travel Safe Spain provides useful information for your trip:
Asturias airport is located 40 km West of Gijón. This airport is connected to Gijón by regular buses (daily departures from the airport use to be between 6:00 am and midnight approximately every hour). Official taxis are also available outside of the arrivals terminal with a cost of approximately 48 €. Renting a car is also possible.
Alternatively, you reach Gijón from other Spanish airports:
- Santander, connected to Gijón by bus. airport website
- Bilbao, connected to Gijón by bus. airport website
- Santiago de Compostela, connected to Gijón by bus. airport website
- Madrid, connected to Gijón by bus and by train. airport website
All the aforementioned bus services are operated by ALSA. You can get all the information about prices and timetables at ALSA website.
Spain entry requirements
Citizens from any State of the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein only need a valid national identity document or passport. Citizens from the United Kingdom and Ireland will require a passport since their countries are not members of the Schengen Area.
Being in possession of a valid visa is required for the rest of foreign countries. To obtain the visa you will need an invitation letter that will be provided by the Conference Secretariat once you have get registered paid the registration,