Centro de Formación Permanente (CFP)
Street: Camino de Vera s/n
Building 6G
46022 Valencia (Spain)

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Valencia Getting here

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• Information Service: Phone +34 91 321 1000
• Distance from the airport to the city centre: 8 Km.
• Approx. cost Airport-Valencia city centre taxi: 25 Euros.

Valencia Airport has direct flights to several Major European cities as well as regional airports. Valencia Airport is located eight kilometers to the west of the capital, in the city limits of Manises and Quart de Poblet.
Airport – City Centre Connection:

  • By metro:
    • Line 5 Aeropuerto/Torrent Avinguda- Neptú. Approx. every 10-20 minutes.
    • Line 3 Aeropuerto / Palmaret- Rafelbunyol. Approx. every 10-20 minutes
    • Fare to/from city centre: €3.90.
    • More information here
  • By bus:
    • Line 150 Valencia - Manises – Aeropuerto.
    • Timetable: Airport-Valencia: 6:30, 7:00, then every 20 minutes until 22:00, 22:30, 23:10 and 23:45.
    • Price: €1.45
    • More information here
  • By taxi: Approx. cost airport-city centre: €25. More information here
  • By car: Take the V-11 road which connects the A-3 (Madrid to Valencia motorway) with the V-30.

There are two main train stations within the city's metropolitan area.
Xátiva, 24- 46007 Valencia
Telephone: +34 902 32 03  

Valencia has its own city centre station for the local train network (cercanías), which consists of six lines that connect Valencia to Gandía, Mogente, Utiel, Xirivella, Caudiel and Castellón de la Plana.

Connections from the Estación del Norte:
• Metro: Xátiva station (lines 3 and 5). More info at
• Bus: Lines 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 19, 35, 40 and 63 (bus stops close to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento). More info at
• Taxi: Taxi rank (Radio Taxi Valencia and Tele Taxi Valencia). Located at the side of the station, exit through the doors next to platform 6. Telephone:+34 963 703 333 and +34 963 571 313.


San Vicente Mártir, 171 – 46007 Valencia 
From the high-speed train station, the AVE trains connect the city to Madrid, Cuenca and Albacete, with 17 daily departures and an approximate journey time of 1 hour 30 minutes. In addition, the Alaris and Euromed long-distance trains connect Valencia with Spain's main cities.

Connections from Joaquín Sorolla Station (AVE):
• Shuttle Bus: Present your train ticket to travel for free to Estación del Norte, located in the city centre.
• Metro: Joaquín Sorolla Station (lines 1 and 5). More info at
• Bus: Lines 9, 10, 27 (bus stop in San Vicente Mártir) and lines 89 and 90 (bus stop in Av. Giorgeta). More info at
• Taxi: Taxi rank outside the entrance to the station.


Valencia has a modern road network that makes it easily accessible from any city, both in the Iberian peninsula and further afield.
The Mediterráneo AP-7 motorway, which runs the whole length of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline from north to south, connects with the European motorway network, the A-23 Sagunto-Somport motorway and the A-3 Madrid-Valencia motorway.
Most of the passenger services operating in Valencia, both national and international, begin and end at Valencia Bus Station.

Valencia Bus Station
Menéndez Pidal, 11. 46009 Valencia. Tel. 963 466 266 and 963 466 266.
Open: daily, 24 hours.
Metro: L1 - Turia.
Bus: 8, 29, 60, 61,62, 63, 73, 79
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    Between the 15th and 19th of March, Valencia is celebrating its Fallas festivity. The basis of the festivity is the "Fallas" monuments. In a display of art, though also of irony and humour, they are exhibited in the streets.
    On the last day (the previous day to the pre-conference à 19th March, 2022), at midnight, they are set on fire and burn in immense, spectacularly beautiful pyres. The splendid monuments, which a few hours before stood proudly in the streets and squares, are reduced to ashes amidst the clamour of hundreds of people who attend the ritual every year.

    Symbolically, the “Falleros” throw everything that is considered to be superfluous, harmful or simply unusable onto the bonfire and, by doing so, aim to make a new start and regenerate the spirit. This objective has always been the basis of this kind of pagan rite, since ancient times.


    The real purpose of the "Cremà", though, is simply to make a spectacular display, to keep the tradition and to be able to start out on a new Fallas Year, which always aspires to be better than the last.
    If you are going to be in Valencia the day before the pre-conference (19th March, 2022), please visit this web site:
    Fallas of València