How to get here
Step 1.- HOW TO ARRIVE TO THE MÓSTOLES CAMPUS
How to get here by subway.- Take the line 12, «MetroSur». The stop is called «Universidad Rey Juan Carlos» and the exit of the subway is located about 20 m from the main door to the campus.
How to get here by train (RENFE).- Take the C-5 line towards Móstoles-El Soto. One possibility is to go all the way to the last stop at «Móstoles/El Soto». Once you leave the train station, take the elevated pass which leads to a big parking lot and there turn to the left and walk until a lateral access door to the campus, by the roundabout. Another possibility is to leave the train at the «Móstoles Central» station and there take the subway (only one stop) to «Universidad Rey Juan Carlos».
How to get here by bus.- The line 522 starts at Madrid, Príncipe Pío (one can reach this bus station by subway) and has a stop at Avda. Alcalde de Móstoles, about 50 m from the main door to the campus.
How to get here by car.- Take the motorway N-V towards Badajoz; in Alcorcón one must leave the motorway and take the «vía de servicio». Important: right after you take this road there is a sign indicating «Universidad Rey Juan Carlos» that you SHOULD IGNORE because it leads to the Alcorcón campus. Instead, follow straight ahead for 2 km until you find another sign indicating «Universidad Rey Juan Carlos».
Step 2.- HOW TO ARRIVE TO THE AREA OF BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION ONCE AT THE MÓSTOLES CAMPUS
The Area of Biodiversity and Conservation is located at the «Edificio Departamental II» of the Escuela Superior de Ciencias Experimentales y Tecnología (E.S.C.E.T.), in the Móstoles campus.
From the subway or the bus stop.- Walk towards the roundabout, down the street, and follow the path marked in red on the map.
From the train (RENFE).- Enter the campus by a lateral door and follow the path marked in green on the map.
(We are in the Departamental II building)
For additional information about the location of the Móstoles campus and E.S.C.E.T., visit the home page of the University Rey Juan Carlos and its section about Location and maps.