The Conference Centre echoes the European Mobility Week
We tell you how to travel to our building sustainably
Our building guarantees customers sustainable consumption and production systems.
Europe is celebrating Mobility Week from 16 to 22 September, and the Valencia Conference Centre is echoing this major event organised by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport. In this post, we would like to remind you of the importance of using sustainable transport to travel to our building, focusing on environmental benefits and promoting the use of public transport:
By bicycle, while listening to the sounds of the city.
You can visit us from anywhere in the city by bicycle or by using the public Valenbici bike service. We also have a bike stand outside the building so you can park your bicycle.
And by public transport, while you watch the sights of the city of Valencia and read your favourite book.
We are connected to the entire city by bus lines 62, 63, 99 and N3.
We have a Metro stop (‘Beniferri’) and a tram stop (‘Palau de Congressos’) with connections from the airport and the Joaquin Sorolla high-speed train station: Metrovalencia lines 1, 2 and 4.
If you would like further information, you can access the Location and Accessibility section of our website.
Valencia, a sustainable city. Our city is highly valued for its sustainable mobility. It was recently recognised by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations’ specialised agency for information and communication technologies (ICT), as a sustainable, smart city. It also has the Valencia City Council’s Smart City Office, which has been selected by the ITU to lead an international working sub-group on Smart City responses to COVID-19.
It has also published a Sustainable Mobility Guide