MADRID

Next LibertyCon will take place in Madrid, at the Fundación Pablo VI conference center 

MADRID

Next LibertyCon will take place in Madrid, at the Fundación Pablo VI conference center 

About Fundación Pablo VI

It’s a cultural and higher learning institution, successor to the Instituto Social León XIII, that manages different assets of academic, residential and sociocultural nature. Since the origin of this foundation, conceived as a pontifical right institution, it manages a residence for college and postgraduate students, as well as for students preparing their civil service entrance examinations. Moreover, it also harbors the seat of the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca’s campus in Madrid. Today, the Fundación Pablo VI combines it’s academic and residential activity with a quasi-think tank nature, through fora, congresses and seminars.

Visit Madrid

Madrid is Spain’s most populated city and her capital since 1562. It is also a monumental city comprising a very peculiar historic quarter, the “Madrid of the Habsburgs”, built in the time the Habsburg Dynasty reigned in Spain. Madrid harbors one of the most important museums in the world too, the Museo del Prado.

Madrid is worth visiting due to its cultural supply only, but it is also a lifeful capital. Its gastronomy is excellent, and its nightlife too.

That’s why we encourage you to take the most of your visit and stay for some days, so you can enjoy this great city.

HOW TO ARRIVE TO MADRID
By plane
By plane departing from other European and American capitals. The International Airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas receives all commercial flights headed to Madrid. It has 4 terminals and it’s located 12 kilometers from Madrid, to the northwest. This proximity entails a huge saving of time and money for travelers. Here you will find all information relative to transfers from the airport to the city.
By car, bus or train from other parts of Spain
Madrid is the center of road links in Spain. Puerta del Sol is the kilometer zero, the place where all roads connecting the capital to the rest of the peninsula. Here you will find all the information relative to road traveling from other parts of Spain.

Madrid is the center of the wide Renfe railway infrastructure, that makes possible accessing the capital from other Spanish cities by train. The two main train stations in Madrid are Atocha and Chamartin. Madrid is also connected by train to France and Portugal.

Méndez Álvaro bus station is the one who receives the most traffic in Madrid, but there is also the Avenida de América bus station. Some of the main bus companies in Spain are: Alsa, Socibus and Auto Res. Here you can find more information on this. 

WHERE TO STAY IN MADRID
If you want to stay in a 4 star hotel, Novotel Madrid Center has a special price for our conference attendees:
Single Room 120 euros / night
Double Room 130 euros / night
Triple Room 160 euros / night

How to get the offer? Call them at +34 912 214 060 and tell them that you are part of Students For Liberty group.

For cheaper places near to the venue, you can check: Villa Laurene, Hostel Almansa, Hostel Abitum Madrid or Hostel Cuatro Caminos.