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International Conference: Telecollaboration in University Foreign Language Education

Staying in León

  • Please remember that delegates are responsible for booking and paying for their own accommodation. León is a popular tourist destination and we recommend booking accommodation well in advance.
  • The organizers of the event have agreed special rates for a limited amount of rooms in the following hotels. Please mention the conference and confirm the price when reserving your room with the hotel:

             Price of single room including breakfast (special rate)


  

PARADOR HOSTAL SAN MARCOS

78,83€ (vat and parking included)

111,84€ double room


www.parador.es

recepcion.leon@parador.es

  

HOTEL REAL COLEGIATA

HOTEL NH PLAZA MAYOR

65.97eur (vat included)

75,97€ (double room)

www.nh-hotels.com

o.valero@nh-hotels.com

Q!H HOTELES – CENTRO LEÓN

50€ (vat included but not breakfast)

60€ (doubleroom)

www.qhhoteles.com

info@qhhoteles.com

  

HOTEL BOCCALINO

36,30€ (vat and minibar included, but not breakfast)

 60.50€ double room

www.hotelboccalino.es

boccalino_3@hotmail.com

  

Getting to León

  • By  plane:

          The airport of Leon is located on the outskirts of León, 6 kms away from the city centre. It takes about 10 minutes by taxi (around 14€) to get to the town centre. There are connections with the international airport of Barcelona.

 

  • By train from Madrid:

          Trains to León depart from Chamartin Train Station. To get to the station from the airport, you can take a taxi (approx. 25€) or you can get a direct commuter train from Terminal 4 to the train station. For further information about train schedules and prices, visit the Renfe website.

 

          When choosing trains, it’s recommended to choose an ‘Alvia’ train as these are much more comfortable and faster than other trains. An Alvia usually takes less than 3 hours to travel to León.


 

  • By bus (from Madrid):There are two options:

 

  1. From Barajas Airport T4 terminal. It is possible to travel to León taking the bus at Barajas Airport (Madrid). The route goes from the ALSA bus stop, located in front of T4 Arrivals Terminal, to Madrid bus station and then on to León Bus Station. For further information and to buy your ticket online, visit the Alsa website. When you are entering your ‘departure point’, choose ‘Madrid Barajas Airport T4’. This means you will be able to get your bus to León directly from the airport Terminal 4 bus stop.

  2. From the Bus Station Estación Sur de Autobuses, also called Estación de Méndez Álvaro. Subway station "Mendez Alvaro"(line 6). The bus company that connects to León is called "ALSA". Again, it is possible to buy the ticket online through their website

          

          The bus will arrive at the León Bus Station, which is located at Avenida Ingeniero Saenz de Miera.


By car: From Madrid it can be reached by car taking the A-6 motorway, way-out A-66 after passing Benavente.

  

Enjoying León

León is a wonderful old Spanish city, full of historical monuments, a magnificent Gothic cathedral and boasts a great collection of bars and restaurants.

You can learn more about the things to do and see in León in the following websites:

            

This conference is funded with support from the European Commission. The related project reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.