The representatives of the Lycée Georges Leygues from Villeneuve-sur-Lot and of the Lycée Kantonsschule Freudenberg of Zürich met the weekend from 14 to 16 November 2014 in Zürich to confirm a partnership which is going to result in the organization of a journey of the Swiss pupils at the High school Georges Leygues in May, 2015.
Dear members of the REVA network,
The recent Council of Mayors of the CVA gave its agreement to the holding of the next REVA Seminar, in French Guiana, most probably during week from 19 till 25 October 2015. The theme will be: " Careers in Space ".
See you very soon,
Philippe Noël, REVA Programme manager
¡ Photomemoria del seminario REVA 2014 en Sevilla !
Thank you to everyone who made a success of this seminar: to the participants-teachers,
to the headteachers, to the lecturers, to the various suppliers and to the organizers!
See the MAP OF SEVILLE ViaMichelin where you will find the Universidad de Sevilla, Airbus Sites of Tablada and San Pablo, Hotel Vincci La Rabida, City Hall of Seville, Alcazar, the railway station, the airport…
How to get to Seville from Airport?
If you arrive by plane and want to get to the city centre of Seville, you have the possibility of taking a taxi or a bus (urban transport line from Airport to Plaza de Arma). Below, we communicate you a link giving all the necessary information: http://www.sevilla-airport.com/en/getting_there.php
How to get to Seville by car?
Another good way to get to Seville is by road –there is a good road network with several motorways (toll and free). The most important are the A-4, which connects Andalusia and Madrid, and the A-66 which goes to Mérida and connects with the A-5, which also goes on to Madrid. Granada and the Costa del Sol are linked with Seville by the A-92 motorway. Travel to Portugal is on the A-49 motorway. Finally, Seville and Cadiz are linked by both the A-4 and the E-5 roads. All access to motorways and main roads is from the SE-30 ring road around Seville, with numerous points of access into the city centre.
How to get to Seville by train?
Seville has been served by the high-speed train since 1992. These trains offer some twenty daily services (in each direction) between Seville and Madrid, with a maximum journey time of around two and a half hours. The AVE also connects to Barcelona, by way of Zaragoza, in about five and half hours. Santa Justa Station is located on Avenida de Kansas City, just a few minutes' walk from the old town. Seville has other inter-city routes, including particularly the Seville-Valencia-Barcelona line. There are also regional services connecting Seville with the other provincial capitals in Andalusia, and with numerous towns and villages.
Meeting point will be HOTEL VINCCI LA RABIDA, on 8th July, 18h30, where you will stay:Hotel Vincci La Rábida 4* C/ Castelar, 24 - 41001 Sevilla www.vinccihoteles.com Tel: +34 954 501 280 Fax: +34 954 216 600 Email: email@example.com
Participants will be picked up at Hotel on 8 July at 18h30 to go together to the City Hall for the Welcoming ceremony at 19th and for the Cocktail at Alcazar.
If some persons arrive later on 8 July, please find hereafter the address of City Hall and of Alcazar.Hotel de ville Plaza Nueva, 1
During the seminar, local transport is organized by the City of Seville. The last day, after the end of the seminar, participants will be taken by bus to city cente. Those who have a flight directly after the seminar will have to take a taxi to the airport.
Useful links et addressesCity Hall of Seville/Ayuntamiento de Sevilla : http://www.sevilla.org/
Here is the new edition (ed3) of the Program REVA 2014 that will be held in Seville!
You can note that Mr. Jean-François Clervoy, Astronaut of ESA, will honor us with his presence on 9 July, with a conference entitled: “Human spaceflight, the keys to success and the benefits for Earth” and on 10 July to make an introduction on the Spatial for the REVA Seminar.
See you in Seville!
Philippe Noël, REVA Manager