Departamento de Matemática Apartado 3008, EC Santa Cruz 3001–501 Coimbra, Portugal
(Departamento de Matemática, Largo D. Dinis, GPS: N 40°12'28.30", W 8°25'22.53").
Contact: Professor Pedro Quaresma, email@example.com
you are in Coimbra
The Department of Mathematics is located in
the main campus of the University of Coimbra, known as "Pólo
This area is served by two city buses: line 1A (Estação Velha - Universidade), which connects the main train station (Estação Velha), the center of Coimbra to the University of Coimbra (Pólo I); and line 34 (Universidade - Pólo II), which connects the two main university campuses. Line 1A is the most convenient whenever you are in the central urban area of Coimbra.
The main campus of the University of Coimbra is also served by other city buses. These do not go through the main campus itself, but the stop "Arcos do Jardim" is in a 2 minutes walking distance from the Department of Mathematics:
Line 5: Pedrulha – Estádio
Line 11, Line 11C: Arnado - Bairro Norton de Matos
Line 24: Arnado - Quinta da Nora
Line 24T: Bairro Norton de Matos - Palácio da Justiça
Timetables are avilable at SMTUC web page.
If you are not in Coimbra
The international airports are Airport of Porto (at about 100 km, north of Coimbra) and Airport of Lisbon (at about 200 km, south of Coimbra). Both airports have regular scheduled flights to and from all main European destinations as well as major world cities [see more...].
From Lisbon to Coimbra:
There are comfortable trains arriving hourly from the Lisboa-Oriente station (you can arrive there from the airport by metro, bus or taxi) to Coimbra-B. The journey takes about 2 hours [see more...].
Lisbon Airport --metro/bus/taxi--> Lisboa Oriente --train--> Coimbra-B
From Porto (Oporto) to Coimbra:
There are comfortable trains arriving hourly from Porto-Campanhã station (you can get there from the airport by bus, taxi or metro - use the direct violet metro line from the Airport of Porto) to Coimbra-B. The journey takes about 1 hour [see more...].
Porto Airport --metro/bus/taxi--> Porto-Campanhã --train--> Coimbra-B
There are two train stations in Coimbra, Coimbra-B (also known by 'Estação Velha'), the main train station, and Coimbra, in the center of Coimbra, the two are connected by shuttle trains.
There are express buses arriving every hour both form Lisbon and Porto [see more...].
By car: The main motorways passing through Coimbra are: highway A1, IP3, N1 and N17 (Estrada da Beira). After arrival search for directions indicating "Universidade", these will drive you into the main university campus. [see more...].
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