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Valencia is a tourist destination by excellence, located on the Mediterranean coast and figures between the most visited cities of Europe.

The recent opening of The Oceanographic Park, the Europe's largest seaquarium with more than 30,000 animals, has just integrated the architectural and futurist complex of Valencia City of Arts and Sciences, offering a new venue for events and leisure and completing the attractive offer of luxury hotels, restaurants, cultural and business centres and entertainment.

The strategic location of the city, its industries, the port activities and the airport have turned Valencia into the third economic place of Spain.

Valencia, a futuristic, forward-looking, forward-thinking city, with modern infrastructures, easily accessible, pleasant and welcoming, with an innovative cultural scene, is also a city of science, technology, finance and leisure - a symbol of the Third Millennium.

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Situation map of UPV in relation to Valencia

The Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) is a dynamic, innovative public institution, dedicated to research and teaching that keeps strong bonds with the social environment in which its activities are performed and, simultaneously has an important presence abroad.

UPV´s Campus de Vera is located to the north of the city of Valencia, and it is surrounded by farmland.

Approximately 60 buildings make up a well-organized complex around the Agora, heart of the university life.

Up to 108.000 m2 of green areas house an open air sculpture museum.

Click here for directions on how to get to the UPV Campus de Vera.

Location of the Congress Centre within the UPV Campus de Vera
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