exp.at’ 19 conference will take place in the Rectory Building of the University of Madeira, in the center of Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal.
The island of Madeira is located in the Atlantic Ocean, about 520km (320 miles) from the African coast and 1000km (620 miles) from the European continent.
How to get here?
A flight to Madeira takes about 1h30 from mainland Portugal and just over 3h from the main European airports. Many airline companies, including ‘low cost’ companies, fly regularly to Madeira.
Madeira Airport is located in Santa Cruz, 16km (10 miles) from the city of Funchal. It takes approximately 20 minutes to get to Funchal by car.
How to get from the airport to city center?
Taxi: The airport taxi stand is located outside the arrivals area of Madeira Airport, level 0. It is an economical option if you are traveling in a group.
Bus: The company responsible for bus transportation from the airport is SAM. After you leave the arrivals area, follow the main road and keep on the right hand side. After approximately 100 meters you will find a bus stop. The ticket to Funchal is payable on board.
Aerobus: The Aerobus is a frequent express bus service between the airport and Funchal. Prices: €5 (one-way ticket); €7,50 (roundtrip). TAP Portugal passengers can travel free upon presentation of their boarding card.
For more information, please check the Madeira Airport website.