20th European Workshop on Computational Geometry. 

March 24-26, 2004 Seville, Spain

Location and Travel:

The 20th European Workshop on Computational Geometry took place on School of Computer Science (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Informática) at Campus Reina Mercedes of Seville University.



Map of Seville. Campus Reina Mercedes in Zone A

How to arrive to Seville:



The San Pablo airport, 12 km North of the city, is well connected to the centre of Seville by the N-IV(E5) road, indirection to Madrid.

There is a direct bus service to the airport run by the "Los Amarillos" bus company.
The terminal is in front of the hotel Alfonso XIII (San Fernando, 2). Buses leave approximately every half-hour, except between 2.30p.m. and 3.30 p.m. A ticket costs 2.20 euros. (Phone information: +34 902 21 03 17).


Taxis charges are regulated by the City Hall. Taxis should charge a fixed amount in any trip from/to the Airport to any location in the city, according to the following schedule:

1. Diurnal: Monday to Friday, from 6:00 am to 22:00 pm: 15 Euros

2. Nocturnal and Holidays: Monday to Friday (from 22:00 pm to 6:00 am), Satudays, Sundays and Hollidays (all day): 18 Euros

They can charge an additional 0.37 Euros for each piece of luggage larger than 60 cm (24 inches)

Airport information Phone +34 954 449 000
Flight information (Iberia) Phone +34 954 510 677

National flight reservations: Phone +34 901 33 31 11
International flight reservations: Phone +34 901 33 32 22

viñeta  Train

     From the train station of Santa Justa, the high speed train service (AVE) has achieved linking Seville-Madrid in just        2,30 h. There are 15 trains daily and some stop in Córdoba and Ciudad Real.

        In addition to the AVE service, this modern station concentrates all railway traffic, with trains to various towns of the         province, to all the capitals of Andalucia and to other Spanish cities such as Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante.

Train Station Information: Phone +34 954 540 202 (7:00 to 23:00 h)

Time Tables and Prices

viñeta  Bus

           Several bus services link the capital to numerous towns in the Province, to the capitals and principal towns of the            Comunidad and to other cities in Spain, as well as to several European capitals. These buses leave from either of             the two following bus stations:

Plaza de Armas
Avenida del Cristo de la Expiración, s/n.
Phone +34 954 908 040

Prado Bus Station
Manuel Vázquez Sagastizábal s/n.
Phone +34 954 417 111

            Local Buses. The city buses are the predominant public transportation. Information about bus lines at Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla (TUSSAM) Phone +34 954 420 011

Single Ticket Issued on board. 0.9 euros
Multijourney card (10 journeys) Issued at news-stands or at the TUSSAM ticket office. 3.8 euros
Multijourney card with transfer (10 journeys with transfer) Tranfers option means a single cancellation gives you unlimited travel on different routes within one hour. Issued at news-stands or at the TUSSAM ticket office. 4.5 euros
Tourist pass It allows you to travel unlimitedly on all of Seville's buses during 1 or 3 days. Issued at TUSSAM ticket office and some hotels. 1 day= 3 euros
3 days=7 euros


viñeta  By car

        Access by road has changed substantially over the last years.

  • Road N-IV (E5) links Seville to Madrid passing through Córdoba.
  • Motorway A-49, also called “V Centenario”, goes to Huelva and is going to be prolonged to Portugal.
  • Motoway A-92 links Seville to Granada, Baza and Puerto Lumbreras, in the region of Murcia.
  • Another interesting exit (or entrance) road is the N-630, the old Vía de la Plata, that goes to Merida, Castilla y León and Asturias. It follows a very long historic itinary, and has over recent years been re-valued as a route of great cultural and scenestic interest.

    Among other links you can find information in:

    Probably the best information in english. There you can find links to other places in Andalusia

    This is also a good site.

    Town council website. Only in spanish.

    Lots of informations but only in spanish.

      Oficial web site of Turismo Andaluz