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SEDERI

Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies

 

22nd  INTERNATIONAL SEDERI CONFERENCE (2011)

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED),

Madrid, 23-25 March 2011.

 

Conference venue

The conference will be held in Salas / Rooms A, B (Floor -1) and 619 (Floor 6) of the Edificio de Humanidades (Humanities Building) of UNED: Paseo de la Senda del Rey, 7, 28040 Madrid.

 

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Public transport:

 

The conference venue is only relatively well communicated with the city centre by bus: there are no Metro stations next to UNED, so it is necessary to combine and Bus to get to the Humanities building, especially if you are staying in a hotel away from Gran Vía.

 

  Bus lines:

 

Buses can have a blue-and-white livery if they are new, or red, if old. This may be confusing at first, just pay attention to the line number indicated at the front and the sides of the vehicle. Most buses have a computerised voice system indicating the next stop. Important: in the line schemes and timetables below, the numbers within stops indicate the total number of stops along the avenue or street.

From  Moncloa: connection with   . Salida / Exit: Paseo de Moret.

 A Moncloa to Campus de Somosaguas. Head of the line: Paseo de Ruperto Chapí. You want the second stop: Ruperto Chapí con Avenida de Séneca (A, 160 & 161 buses stop there). Approximately 8 minutes, then 10 minutes' walk from the bus stop to the Humanities building. The bus stop to go back to Moncloa is across the street further up the sloping road (first stop on Avenida de Séneca). Buses 160 & 161 stop there too. Bus A returns to Paseo Ruperto Chapí, buses 160 & 161 go inside the underground public transport hub (see below for more information on lines 160 & 161). This is the most convenient line as the frequency is really high. We suggest that you take bus A to get to the conference.

                                                                       

 

    

 

160 Moncloa to Aravaca. Head of the line: Intercambiador de transportes, Isla / Section 3, Dársena / Bay 32. Please, pay attention to the bus number. Important: please, do be careful, bus 162 stops at the same bay, but it takes you to a different location away from UNED. Make sure you take line 160 or 161 (bay 31). You want the fifth stop: Avenida de Séneca. The trip from Moncloa takes approximately 15 minutes, then a 10 minutes' walk from the bus stop to the Humanities building. The bus stop to go back to Moncloa is across the street further up the sloping road (first stop on Avenida de Séneca). Buses A & 161 stop there too. Bus A returns to Paseo Ruperto Chapí, buses 160 & 161 go inside the underground public transport hub.

 

 

   

 

 

161  Moncloa to Estación de Aravaca. Head of the line: Intercambiador de transportes, Isla / Section 3, Dársena / Bay 31. You want the fifth stop: Avenida de Séneca. The trip from Moncloa takes approximately 15 minutes, then 10 more minutes' walk from the bus stop to the Humanities building. The bus stop to go back to Moncloa is across the street further up the sloping road (it's the first stop on Avenida de Séneca). Buses 160 & 161 stop there too. Bus A returns to Paseo Ruperto Chapí, buses 160 & 161 go inside the public transport hub.

 

 

 

    

From  Moncloa: connection with   . Salida / Exit: Calle Princesa.

 46 Moncloa to Sevilla, head of the line: Plaza de Moncloa. You want the fifth stop: Avenida de Séneca. Approx. 15 minutes, then 10 minutes' walk from the bus stop to the Humanities building. Notice that the numbers inset in white indicate the total number of stops on that particular avenue or street. You can take this line to go to the city centre (Gran Vía), just wait at the same bus stop where you alighted on your way to UNED if you took this line and this line will take you to Gran Vía. Line 46 suffers frequent delays especially at peak times. Please, bear this in mind.

 

 

       

 

 

From Príncipe Pío hub: connection with   Lines: , "Circular" or circle line, ,  and , "Ramal": just outside the station, on the same side of the road, take bus 46 (heading to Moncloa, i. e. towards the right as you come out of the station or public transport hub) as indicated above. If you are staying at Florida Norte Hotel, it is the bus stop across the street.

 

Further information on Madrid public transport, Sistema de Información de Transportes de Madrid: http://www.ctm-madrid.es/servlet/RedTransServlet?xh_ACCION=1&xh_TIPO=5&xh_TIPOTRANSPORTE=10&CODPANTALLA=0&CODBOTON=103

 

 

Taxi: the taxi fare from the city centre to UNED ranges from € 8 to € 10 , but take into account that this amount may vary greatly depending on traffic conditions. You should allow plenty of time for your trips to and from the UNED, especially if you take a bus or a taxi, as Madrid traffic is unpredictable especially during peak hours: 6:00-9:00,14:00-16:00.

 

Organising Committee:

Departamento de Filologías Extranjeras y sus Lingüísticas,

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED),

Edificio de Humanidades,

Paseo de la Senda del Rey, 7

28040 Madrid

Telephone: +34 91 398 84 68

Fax:              +34 91 398 68 40

                      +34 91 398 73 99

E-mail: sederi2011@flog.uned.es