CIMEC (Centro Internacional de Metodos Computacionales en Ingenieria) is located at the city of Santa Fe, Argentina (450 km to the North of Buenos Aires). If you arrive by plane to Buenos Aires, then you can take a flight or a bus from Buenos Aires to Santa Fe. Please note, that if you arrive from abroad, most probably you will have to change airport in Buenos Aires (one hour bus from Ezeiza to Aeroparque airport). More information on how to reach Santa Fe from Buenos Aires is given here.
From Santa Fe to CIMEC by bus
If you arrive to the Santa Fe Bus terminal, then you can walk by "Hipolito Irigoyen" street up to street "9 de Julio" (600 meters approx) and take bus Line "2". It leaves you at the entry to the Predio CONICET Santa Fe (see map above).
At the airport, you will find many "door to door" small cab services, which are very convenient. You may also take bus Line "L" to Santa Fe downtown, and then take Line "2", but we do not recommend this option.
From Santa Fe to CIMEC by taxi
Taxis to CIMEC are available from both the airport and bus terminal. Please, tell the driver you are going to "Predio CONICET Santa Fe, Parque Tecnologico, Barrio el Pozo".
From Santa Fe to CIMEC by car
Take Boulevard Galvez (one of the main Santa Fe Avenues) eastwards, cross Orono Bridge (Puente Orono) and follow the red arrows in the map above.
Inside Predio CONICET Santa Fe
CIMEC is located at the floor level of the North-West wing of the INTEC I building and the INTEC III building (see map above).
Coming from outer space
Cimec is in the Planet Earth (a.k.a Terra and Tellus), is the third-closest planet to the Sun, a main sequence star. You can recognise Earth for his characteristic blue color.
The Sun (and therefore the Earth and Solar System) may be found close to the inner rim of the Orion Arm of the Milky Way Galaxy, in the Local Fluff, 8.5±0.5 kpc from the galactic center. The distance between the local arm and the next arm out, the Perseus Arm, is about 6,500 light-years. So we recommend don't exceed warp speed 3 while approaching.