Most travelers arrive in Cádiz via Madrid (655 km/406 miles away), Sevilla (130 km/80 miles away) or Jerez de Frontera (37 km/22 miles away)

Getting to Cádiz from Jerez de Frontera

Trains from the airport take 45-55 minutes. Read more here

Getting to Cádiz from Sevilla

The trip is about 2.5 hours. You can take a bus from the airport to Cadiz, or take a bus to the Seville train station and then take a train. Read more here

Getting to Cádiz from Madrid

You can get from Madrid to Cadiz by flying (hour flight, nonstops about every hour) or train (about 4.5 hours) or bus (about 7 hours). Read more here

**Here is a useful site with information on different forms of transport:**



By Train

Website for purchasing tickets: NOTE - tickets from Madrid-Cadiz are not yet available (they will be by the end of May):

To get to Cádiz by train, you should go to Atocha Station (same name for metro station and train station) and then go to the area Puerta de Atocha, where the high speed train departures. 
To get to Atocha Station there are two options:

  • Metro (see subway map below)
  • Bus (see bus schedule below)

Train Schedule: Madrid to Cádiz Cádiz to Madrid

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These schedules are approximate, and June schedules will be published online by the end of May. Check schedules before travelling at




madrid bus schedule

Bus Stops

madrid bus stops


By Train

To get to Cádiz by train, you must go to the SEVILLA-SANTA JUSTA train station and then go to the departure area for the high-speed train.

train seville cadizNote: The schedules are approximate and are updated frequently. Please check before travelling at

Getting to the Train Station


A taxi from the Seville airport to the train station takes 14-17 minutes and costs about 23 Euros.


Buses leave the Airport for Plaza de Armas about every hour. The bus takes 30-35 minutes and costs about 4 Euros. From Plaza de Armas you must take a short walk (7 minutes) from the bus stop to the train station.



Seville walk to bus




Dr. Blanca Rodriguez Ruiz

An Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Seville, she has a PhD in Law from the European University Institute (Florence, Italy), was a von-Humbold scholar at the J.W.G. Universität Frankfurt am Main and a visiting scholar at the Yale Law and the L.S.E. Gender Institute. Her research, published both in Spanish and English, approach questions related to fundamental rights, democratic citizenship and the theoretical construction of the state from a feminist perspective.

Post Conference

June 14, 2019
Osborne Winery

Incudes travel to the winery (by bus or catamaran), tour, sherry tasting and light snacks
Cost: $35 / $25 students

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Conference Banquet

June 13, 2019
La Carbona Restaurant
Jerez, Spain

 travel from Cadiz together by bus
Dinner in La Carbona Restaurant
Cost: $75 / $60 students

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Plenary Speakers

icp2019 plenary speakers


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