Zaragoza is perfectly equipped for hosting congresses, conventions and incentives. Our city boasts varied infrastructures, excellent transport links, and offers organizers high-quality professional services. Its size and experience make it an ideal place for gatherings, characterized by the hospitality of its people.
Contact person: Enrique Pérez Ruiz
Address: Zaragoza Convention Bureau, Eduardo Ibarra S/N. EDIF. El Cubo, Zaragoza.
ZARAGOZA, ITS VENUES WILL SURPRISE YOU, ITS PEOPLE WILL CHARM YOU, ITS INCENTIVES WILL MAKE YOU COME BACK.
Zaragoza is equidistant from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. It is a charming place which brings together the advantages of a large city without the inconveniences of a metropolis. In Zaragoza shopping is fun, gastronomy a pleasure and nightlife pure joy. Without leaving the city, you can play golf, go to the beach, enjoy a multi-adventure park, shop in the MAPIC Prize awarded best commercial centre or go to one of the oldest cabarets in Europe. As the hostess of the 2008 International Exposition, it has the necessary infrastructure for the organization of any kind of event including two Congress Palaces. Zaragoza has achieved a harmonious combination of its historical past and vanguard art. It has become a modern city which has adopted a model of sustainability and balance as its hall mark, which entails a decision for the future, technology and respect for the environment. A couple of historical venues at the city centre are the Paraninfo, ancient Medicine university now used as a museum and meetings centre with 8 rooms up to 300 people, and El Patio de la Infanta, another art exhibition centre with 2 rooms up to 360 people. On the other side, as the icons of the modern Expo area, we have the Water Tower, a 76 m tower with 3 different levels to host from gala dinners to parties. Next to it, we have the Bridge Pavilion built by the British-Iranian architect Zaha Hadid, a wonderful venue ideal to play with the corporative colours and logo of the brand. Zaragoza holds the International Asalto Festival since its first edition back in 2005: an event that brings together tens of international urban artists decorating the city walls. It is also the host city of the international agriculture and breeding trades FIMA and FIGAN since their beginnings, 40 years ago.
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