2nd Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining

Near Surface Geoscience Conference & Exhibition 2018

9 - 13 September
Porto, Portugal
Call for papers

How to get there

Porto can be reached in multiple ways.


The International Airport of Porto, located 15km from the city, is a modern infrastructure, holder of several international awards, equipped with high quality to meet the flow of air traffic. It serves 60 destinations operating with the main regular airlines.

The connections to the Metropolitan Area of Porto are done by a good public transport network (bus, subway and taxi). There are good connections to all Northern region. Porto is located 300km North of Lisbon, in a privileged geographical position, in terms of access to the main European capitals.


Porto and the North of Portugal are served by a modern communications network, which allows who comes from Galicia, Algarve, Lisbon, Coimbra, or from any part of the country, to arrive easily at the Destination.


Leixões International Cruises Terminal /APDL Port is only a few kilometers from the city centre of Porto and welcomes cruiseships from many parts of the world.


Porto and the North of Portugal dispose of international trains, Alfa Pendular, intercity, interregional, regional and urban, allowing to make connections to many national and international destinations. There are three daily connections to Paris, through Madrid and many to Lisbon and the rest of the country secured by the Campanhã Train station, in Porto.