Territorial cooperation in the European Union and at its borders: What contribution can be made to the EU’s strategy objectives for 2020? Valencia (Generalitat Valenciana, Spain) Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe - Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias Avenida Autopista del Saler, 7 – Valencia Registration for the seminar is free of charge. You may register on the CPMR website If you have difficulties registering, please contact Catherine Petiau-Kerzerho at the CPMR Secretariat - Tel. + 33 (0)2 99 35 40 60 – [email protected] Session 1: Territorial cooperation issues by 2020 Session 2: Which tools for European cooperation and neighbourhood policy 2014-2020? Speech by a representative of the Spanish presidency of the European Union Working languages for the seminar will be English, French and Spanish. All these hotels are located around the venue of the meeting. Participants are invited to make directly their reservation in the hotel of their choice. All these hotels are located near the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe. Avenida de Francia, 11 – 46023 Valencia Avenida Instituto Obrero de Valencia, 26-28 For any further information, please do not hesitate to consult Information on Valencia Airport is available on (Ctra. del aeropuerto, s/n – 46940 Manises (Valencia) - Tel. + 34 961 59 85 00) The airport is located about 8km from the centre of Valencia (Indicative price for a taxi from the airport to the city centre: €20). There are two metro lines to access the city centre: Line 3 (Airport/ Palmaret- Rafelbunyol) and Line 5 (Airport/ Torrent Avinguda- Neptú.). The metro stop is on the ground floor of regional flights. The metro runs every 10/20 minutes from 05.30 to 23.30. Journey time is around 20 minutes. Rate: €1.90 On the website you will find all information concerning Valencia Railway Station: Estació del Nord/Northern Railway Station Metro and bus stops are located in front of the station. There will be no transfer organised between Valencia Airport and the hotels. Delegates are thus invited to take a taxi or to use the metro. Taxis: it is possible to reserve a taxi for your arrival at Valencia - (Indicative price between the airport and the city centre: €20): c/ Jorge Juan, 19 (planta baja) - Valencia c/ Vicent Baldoví, 9 – El palmar (Valencia) (Near to the Valencia Albufera - Traditional) Camino del Estell, s/n – El palmar (Valencia) (Port America’s Cup - Malvarrosa Beach) (Port America’s Cup - Malvarrosa Beach) Base Iii-Port America’s Cup, s/n – Valencia The city of Valencia is located on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. It is the capital of the Region Valenciana, and it is the third largest city in the country. Valencia has 810,064 inhabitants, and is the centre of a metropolitan area with a population of 1,500,000 people. Valencia is a dynamic city, which has been in the limelight in the last few years, due to the organisation of worldwide events, such as the America’s Cup (2007) and the F1 Europe Prize (2008). Furthermore, Valencia is a tourist city. Its main highlights are the historical centre, especially the cathedral, the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, the IVAM Museum, and the Port America’s Cup, contemplating the beautiful sights on the beach. Other important attractions in the city are its gastronomic delights. The worldwide renowned Paella has its origins in Valencia. The Horchata should also not be forgotten, a typical drink of this region, which is usually drunk with pastries. The weather in Valencia is characterised by hot summers and warm winters. The average temperature in May in Valencia is 19. 6ºC and the average rainfall is 19.6 l/m2. Valencia Cathedral was built between 1262 and 1356. It brings together different architectural styles, product of its long and rich history. Roman, gothic and baroque have their representation in the walls of this beautiful construction, which hides some important treasures: the holy chalice, the reliquary, the recently restored frescoes and the Miguelete Tower. Address: Almoina Square Tel.: 963918127 Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 10:00-18:30 Sunday: 14:00-17:00 Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe is a cultural and entertainment resort. It includes: l’Hemisfèric (IMAX showings, planetarium, and laser), the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum, l’Oceanogràfic (the biggest aquarium in Europe), the Palau de les Arts (dedicated to music and scenic arts) and L’umbracle. Address: Avinguda Autopista del Saler nº 1, 3, 5, 7 Opening hours: Science Museum Príncipe Felipe and Hemisfèric: From 10:00 to 19:00 Oceanogràfic: From Sunday to Friday: 10:00-18:00/ Saturday and day before festivity: 10:00-20:00 The IVAM Museum offers exhibitions of modern art and it is one of the museums of references in Spain. The museum has permanent exhibitions (as the one dedicated to Julio González) and temporary exhibitions. It also offers other cultural activities, such as concerts, showing films and workshops on different issues. Address: Guillem de Castro, 118 Tel.: 963863000 Opening hours: From Monday to Sunday, 10:00-22:00/ Closed on Mondays Port America’s Cup. It was inaugurated two years ago, on the occasion of the celebration of the 32nd America’s Cup. The ancient harbour was reformed and revitalized, becoming one of the more “in” places of the city. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful sights on the beach, go for a walk on the quay, or just sit and relax in one of the pubs or restaurants around the place. How to get there: By tram (Pont de Fusta) or by bus: Lines 2, 3, 4, 19, 30

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