Venue & Hospitality
Conference Dates: November 29-30, 2021
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
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Why Madrid, Spain ?
Madrid is the capital and largest city of Spain, located right in the center of the country. Madrid is well communicated with its enormous international hub airport, motorway network, and high-speed train service. The journey time from the airport to the center is around 20 minutes.Madrid has a fine collection of art galleries and museums, which attract thousands of visitors every year. The most famous among them is El Prado, the Thyssen Museum, and the Reina Sofia Museum.
The city also has a number of popular theatres, which put on spectacular shows, musicals, dramas, and comedies. There is a thriving “fringe” theatre scene, and the capital city plays host to many major music events and concerts, and you can also find great local bands playing live at many locations.
Madrid has a green heart, and in fact, in 2010 was voted one of the world’s greenest cities. The “El Retiro” park is a fabulous arboretum of 15,000 trees standing on 119 acres right in the center of the city. The many parks, broad avenues, and squares of the city give many areas a spacious and grand feel. The city is busy, and traffic is high volume, but it is also quite flat, so the brave may enjoy cycling to see the sights. Walking is a pleasure, with the cool parks and fascinating architecture inviting a good stroll. Many street café's offer a welcome break, great places to watch the world go by.
The city is busy, and traffic is high volume, but it is also quite flat, so the brave may enjoy cycling to see the sights. Walking is a pleasure, with the cool parks and fascinating architecture inviting a good stroll. Many street café's offer a welcome break, great places to watch the world go by. The city has an excellent sporting infrastructure; home to the world’s most famous football team Real Madrid, as well as its neighbouring club Atletico Madrid. It is also home to one of the best basketball teams in the world. Every spring the city holds a major marathon; it’s a great festive day when for once many of the city’s streets are traffic-free.
The Rastro is the most famous of the flea markets, which opens on Saturdays and Sundays between the Plaza de Cascorro, La Latina, and Calle Embajadores. Everything imaginable can be found here from valuable antiques to used clothing, including card collections, books, records, paintings, etc. The Feria del Libro Antiguo y de Ocasión (book fair) of used books is held on the Paseo de Recoletos at the beginning of May and the feria del Libro Sobre Madrid is a book fair held in May, which features books about the city of Madrid, location: Plaza de Isabel II.
Madrid is a paradise for night owls every night of the week. Most restaurants do not open until eight or nine o'clock in the evening, as the locals dine late, and stay up even later. Many night establishments are open until the early morning hours; the area around Plaza de Santa Bárbara, the Glorieta de Bilbao, and Alonso Martínez incorporates a large number of popular bars, pubs, fast food restaurants, and ice cream parlors.
The climate of Madrid is dry, warm, and pleasant. Its high altitude and proximity to mountains cause some wide variations in winter and summer temperatures. In summer the heat at midday can be intense, with pleasantly cool evenings. Winters, by contrast, bring temperatures dropping to just below freezing. Rain in Madrid is a rarity, with a short rainy season in late October and some showers in spring.
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