III Iberian Symposium on Geometric Morphometrics

How to get to the Symposium


If you have any question send us an e-mail to 3isgmgirona@gmail.com


Registration Opens: 
15th November, 2016

Deadline for Abstract Submission
6th March, 2017
20th March, 2017

Abstracts acceptance  notification:
3rd April, 2017

Deadline for payment registration with a reduced fee
24th April, 2017


​The official language of the Symposium will be English.

However, if you do not feel comfortable presenting your research in English other languages will be accepted, as long as the text of the slides or in the poster are in English.



How to get to the Symposium

The Symposium will be held at the Sala de Graus of the Facultat de Lletres of the Universitat de Girona. The Sala de Graus is located in the cloister of this Faculty. The access to the Facultat de Lletres is easy because it is situated in the old town of Girona. Once in Girona, you can get to the symposium by taxi or bus (TMG) or, given the size of the city, on foot. It should be mentioned that the old town is located on a promontory in the old part of the city, and it is possible to reach the Facultat the Lletres by using bus line 7. This line also connects the old town with the railway station. For more information www.girona.cat



Girona city is 65 km from the French border and 100 km from Barcelona.


There are two airports: Girona-Costa Brava Airport and Barcelona-El Prat Airport.

Girona-Costa Brava Airport
(www.girona-airport.net) has regular flights from cities in Europe and other parts of Spain. The airport is located about 12 km outside Girona, with good road connections to the city centre by car, coach or taxi.

Girona Airport is a 15-minute bus ride from the bus terminal and train station in Girona city and an hour from Barcelona centre.

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Barcelona-El Prat international airport
(www.aena.es) receives regular European and intercontinental flights. Just 110 km away, there is direct access to Girona by motorway, train or coach.

Barcelona Sans Estació (www.renfe.es) is the main train station in Barcelona. There is a train of high speed (AVE) between Barcelona and Girona. Barcelona's main bus terminal is the Estació d'Autobusos Barcelona Nord. It is located in the centre of Barcelona. You can find more information from the airport.


Adif Girona-Costa Brava railway station (www.renfe.es), located close to Girona city centre, offers regional, national and international rail services. As well as the regular lines, Girona station is a stop on the Madrid - Zaragoza - Barcelona - French border high-speed line (AVE), one of the main transport links between Spain and the rest of Europe.

The luggage lockers on the AVE platform are available for use by travellers and non-travellers alike. Opening times are 7 am - 9 pm on weekdays, and 9 am - 9 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.


The city is also the hub of the local road network with routes to the coast and inland towards the Pyrenees. The main access roads to Girona are:

·         AP-7 toll motorway Barcelona – France

·         N-II main road Madrid - Barcelona – France

·         C-25 (Eix Transversal): C-25 dual carriageway Girona - Vic - Lleida


Located beside the railway station, Girona bus station offers bus services to urban, regional, national and international destinations.

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