Address: Plaza Virgen de la Paz 3, 46001 Valencia
Valencia is a charming historical city by the Mediterranean Sea.
After its foundation by the Romans in 138 B.C., Valencia quickly became a confluence point for the different civilizations that left their fingerprints on this land over the centuries. Valencia is currently the third most populous Spanish city with about 800,000 inhabitants, presenting a unique combination of the Old Town buildings of the medieval Valencian Golden Age, such as the Silk Exchange or the Cathedral, with contemporary architecture, such as the new Harbor or the City of Arts and Sciences. Moreover, its outstanding cuisine is the birthplace of paella: the world-famous rice dish, which can be enjoyed together with other specialties in many restaurants. The city also holds ‘las Fallas’ festival, part of UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
ADEIT is located at the Valencia City Center, only 1 km away from the “Estación del Norte” railway station. This station is connected via the Metro to Valencia International Airport (take metro lines 3 or 5 and stop at “Xativa”). You can find detailed information on how to get to the Valencia City Center from the airport here.
For those coming via Madrid, there is a fast train (AVE) from Madrid to Valencia which arrives at the “Joaquín Sorolla” railway station (2 km from ADEIT).