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Practical Information



You will stay in a room of 4 people in the best hostel in downtown Salamanca, Revolutum hostel, just a 5-minute walk away from the venue and from the main sights of the city. All rooms have en-suite bathroom, and there is free wifi. Only for 100€ (20€/night) from Sunday April 7th through Thursday (check-out on Friday April 12th, in the morning).


The price includes breakfast (coffee, tea, toast, cereal, cheese, fruit and orange juice).

More information about the hotel can be found on their website:

If you wish to book any additional nights, please do so through the Revolutum hostel website.



Our conference officially starts at 15:00 on Sunday April 7th, with registration, where we will give you a welcome package with the MUNUSAL materials. We will hold a workshop afterwards where your Chairpersons/Editors will explain what you will be doing during the week. The conference ends on the night of Thursday April 11th with the celebration of our Gala Night!

More details will come via e-mail.



On Sunday we will be holding an International Dinner, so please bring some food or drinks from your home country. The hostel has a shared kitchen, so cooking will be possible as long as you clean up after yourselves. However, take into account that supermarkets in Spain are closed on Sundays! Afterwards, we will move to a bar to continue the party.

On Monday we will have an optional tour of the city of Salamanca, and later a Theme Party, which will be Superheroes & Supervillains. Find a cape and mask and dress up as your favourite superhero (or supervillain)! We encourage creativity and originality, and the best costume will win a prize!

On Tuesday we will be celebrating Club Night. Dress up in your party clothes and get ready to dance the night away!

Wednesday will be Committee Dinner and Karaoke Night, so a good appetite and singing voice is all you’ll need!

On Thursday we will close MUNUSAL in style with a Gala Night. Dress code is black-tie, which means it's time to bring out your most elegant clothes. Ladies can wear either long or short evening dresses, gentlemen are expected to wear suits or tuxedos. We will be serving some food at the venue!



The best way to get to Salamanca is to fly via Madrid, where a lot of major airlines as well as low-cost ones have daily flights. Another option that might be cheaper depending on your place of departure might be flying via Porto (Portugal) and then taking a direct bus or train to Salamanca.

From Madrid to Salamanca

By bus

There are two options to get to Salamanca by bus: 

  • Direct bus service from Adolfo Suárez Barajas Airport to Salamanca.

  • Metro line 8 (pink) from the airport to Nuevos Ministerios station, changing to line 6 (grey-circular line) and getting off at Méndez Alvaro, where you will find the bus station. From there, you can take a direct bus to Salamanca.

Check out this link for timetables and booking your tickets.

By train

Metro line 8 (pink) from Adolfo Suárez Barajas Airport to Nuevos Ministerios, where you need to change to line 10 (dark blue) towards Hospital Infanta Sofia to Chamartin.  The mainline train station is a short walk from the metro station.

Useful information about train schedules can be found on the RENFE website, and you can download a metro map on this link.



World Heritage Site since 1988, Salamanca is the perfect combination of ancient and modern. Being home to the oldest University in Spain (it was founded in 1218, and has just celebrated its 800th birthday) and the first in Europe to hold the title of University, students have always been an important part of the city’s population.

You can enjoy the lovely view from the top of both Cathedrals, a nice walk to the other side of the river through the Roman Bridge, sitting down in Plaza Mayor, or admiring many other historic buildings in the city center. However, you can also get lost shopping in the many big stores in Calle Toro, eat traditional Spanish food in a restaurant in Rúa, or have some tapas and wine in one of the many bars you can find around the Plaza Mayor.

And the city is just as lively at night as it is during the day. When the sun goes down, the party starts. You can unwind all the pressure from the debates in one of the many pubs and clubs that are found around the city. With a great international atmosphere, it will be hard not to enjoy a night out.

Despite not being such a big city, there is a lot to do in Salamanca. But do not worry, our social committee takes care of organizing daily events and activities that will make sure you don’t miss any of the essential things to do in town!



The 77€ delegate participation fee includes:

  • All the necessary materials for the conference (e.g. delegate handbook and rules of procedure, free wifi at the venue, stationery, …).

  • Lunch from Monday to Thursday at the university canteen.

  • Two coffee breaks, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

  • Committee dinner.

  • Gala dinner

  • Socials every night - enjoy the nightlife in one of the best student cities in Spain.

  • Committee workshop on Sunday.

  • Salamanca City Tour or visit to the top of the Cathedrals.

*If you're currently a student at the University of Salamanca, you can benefit from a 10€ discount.


Do you need accommodation for your time in MUNUSAL? You are welcome to choose your own, but we have a special deal for you. For more information visit 'Hostel' on top of this page.