The "Bacterial Electron Transfer" meeting will be held at the Eurostars Centrum Alicante Hotel in the city of Alicante, Spain.
The Eurostars Centrum Alicante Hotel is located on Calle Pintor Lorenzo Casanova, in the heart of Alicante and very close to the main shopping centers and shops. Just a step away from the port, from the hotel you can also easily access Postiguet beach and the rest of the city's tourist attractions, such as the Santa Bárbara Castle. The hotel is also very close to the Renfe station and is very well connected to the airport and the main highways.
We are looking forward to welcoming you here!
There is a wide range of hotel and B&B accommodation options in Alicante City and special rates have been secured. Be aware, however, that some venues may book out so early booking is advised. Please, take note that attendees are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements.
The conference offers a promo code for 10% discount on its website. The code is BIOTECHNOLOGY and can be applied from March 6 to 10. Reservations can be made until February 21, 2024.
Alicante–Elche Miguel Hernández Airport is an international airport located about 9 km (5.6 mi) southwest of the city of Alicante.
The Alicante Aerobus route C6 runs 24 hours per day on 365 days a year between the airport and strategic locations in Alicante city. It stops at the main bus terminal near the port, the railway station, and at two stops close to the city tram. The travel time from the airport to the city is around 20 minutes.
Alicante city has two train stations, the Alicante Terminal and The railway station Renfe Torrellano, located near Alicante Airport. It connects services to Murcia, Valencia, Cartagena, Ciudad Real, and others. Plus, the high-speed railway, Madrid-Alicante.
The city of Alicante has a dense bus network -called MIA- that connects the city centre with all the neighbourhoods and surrounding cities.
Alicante is a city full of life, contrasts, beauty and surprises. Also known as the City of Light, Alicante is one of those idyllic destinations where you can get lost on magical beaches and enjoy exciting experiences, food, history and so much more.
Alicante is the capital of the Costa Blanca, of the Region of Valencia, in Spain. It has convenient direct air connections as well as fast trains with Madrid and Barcelona. The airport is 8 miles from the city and connects to most major European destinations.
With 320 sunny days a year, it has an excellent climate to enjoy walks, terraces and outdoor activities at any time throughout the year. Whether you’re interested in seeing the history museums and archaeological sites in Alicante Province, the vineyards or castles, or the amazing walks in the Costa Blanca mountains, everything is within easy reach from the city.
From the 1st to 19th March (coinciding with the meeting), the region of Valencia is overturned by Las Fallas celebrations, a festivity that combines tradition, satire and art. Las Fallas are Valencia's most universal festival, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. Its name refers to the spectacular sculptural monuments made of wood and papier mâché that are placed in the city’s streets and squares to be admired before they succumb to the flames.