Getting to UMA

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Ronda Oeste; if you are arriving from the city centre, take exit Universidad: Avenida de Andalucía, towards Universidad-Campanillas- Parque Tecnológico.

Interurban highways and motorways

A-45 : Málaga -Córdoba AP-46: Málaga - Puerto de las Pedrizas A-357: Málaga - Campillos

Urban motorways

MA-20 Ronda Oeste; MA-21 Marbella - Málaga; MA-22 to Málaga Port; MA-23 to Málaga Airpot; MA-24 to East Málaga.


Málaga's Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport is the third busiest Spanish airport, after Barajas and El Prat, and consitutes an international gateway to the South of Spain.

It accounts for 60.67% of passengers in the South, a total of 13.5 million passengers, and 86% of international traffic.

It offers international connections with 124 cities in 31 countries, as well as providing national flights to the main Spanish cities.

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The Malaga-Maria Zambrano Railway Station connects the city to the capital of Spain through the High-Speed line (AVE) Málaga-Córdoba-Madrid in a two-hour and a half journey. The Malaga-Cordoba-Seville route takes 1 hour and 55 minutes. Furthermore, the railway network connects the capital to other areas in Málaga located at the Costa del Sol, Valle del Guadalhorce, and the Airport through Málaga's regional lines.

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Málaga's Bus Station establishes links between the capital, Málaga's municipalities, and the main Spanish and European cities.

In addition to this, there is a Bus Station in Muelle Heredia, at the city centre near Malaga's Port, which connects to several localities of the metropolitan area.

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Lines 1 and 2 of the Malaga Metro network, inaugurated in July 2014, run from the university campus in Teatinos to the Palacio de los Deportes. The two lines join at the Perchel-María Zambrano interchange station. The route is 12 kilometres long and has 17 stations.

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