About Madrid

The Spanish capital is in the centre of the Iberian peninsula, 622 metres above sea level. It is the third largest city in the European Union and, thanks to Barajas Airport, it is an important communication hub with Latin America.

The capital is connected by air to the main European and American cities, and by road and train to all Spanish cities. Madrid is two hours from Berlin, London, Paris and Rome, and seven hours from New York, Mexico City and Caracas. Barajas Airport is located 15 minutes from the city centre and the two main train stations, Atocha andChamartín, are situated on both ends of the Castellana.

Madrid is a city where everything is possible. Art facilities, dedicated professionals and modern infrastructure, allowing you to meet the most demanding quality standards. In addition, you will find a culture booming, prosperous lifestyle, warm people and blue skies. Thanks to all this, our Congress certainly will be a unique experience.

Madrid is a city to share, a city where entertainment and business are kept in perfect balance, a thriving city to visit. However, its cosmopolitan character has not affected the warm, friendly and passionate about its people.

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For more info, please visit the Madrid Convention Bureau