Big Science Business Forum 2020 will be held at the Granada Congress Centre (Paseo del Violón s/n 18006 Granada), which is considered one of the most modern of its kind in Europe. Located in the heart of the city and offering about 45,000 m2 of modern, spacious and well-lit halls, rooms and exhibition areas, all equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it is equipped with two lecture halls capable of seating 2,000 and 560 people with additional registration spaces, 24 adjacent multi-functional meeting rooms and 4,000 m2 of spacious areas for exhibitors and poster sessions.
The building was designed by the Basque architect Juan Daniel Fullaondo, one of the great architects of the 20th century.
In the large exhibition area in front of the Congress Hall, participants can network, enjoy lunch and refreshments and exhibitors will have an integrated and central location.
The Granada Conference Centre is located very close to the city centre, at the Paseo del Violón, easily reachable by bus to the airport and by public transport or taxi to the train station. Read more about the venue and the Granada Congress Centre (virtual tour).
Granada Congress Centre at night (Photo: PCGR)
BSBF2020 will take place in the city of Granada, in the heart of Andalusia. A science-oriented city, affordable in terms of accommodation prices and convenient for travel arrangements from the main European cities, Granada also boasts a unique cultural heritage which allows for a rich and rewarding experience for participants visiting us. If there is a city that truly evokes the essence of Spain, that city is Granada. A cross-roads of civilizations since time immemorial and in an unparalleled location, Granada is a vibrant, friendly and lively metropolis that is full of culture. The Alhambra, the flagship of the city's vast historical heritage, stands on a hilltop overlooking a city that attracts around three million visitors every year.
Granada, capital of the province of the same name, is in south-eastern Spain, in the autonomous region of Andalusia. Traditionally, it was the capital of High Andalusia, or eastern Andalusia, which comprised the provinces of Jaén, Granada and Almería, as opposed to Lower Andalusia or western Andalusia. In addition to being the traditional capital, Granada is the judicial capital of Andalusia, as the home of the High Court of Justice of the autonomous region. For more info, visit Granada tourist information web or the guide to Andalusia.
The Alhambra at night
From Granada Airport
High speed (AVE) train
From Málaga Airport
There is a bus every hour from/to Malaga airport, which can take you direct to the Granada bus station in 2 hours and 15 minutes. The service is run by Alsa.
From Granada train station
The high speed train (AVE) currently connects Granada and Madrid several times a day in less than three hours.
It takes about 10 minutes to reach the Granada Congress Centre from the Granada train station by taxi.
Include in your navigator: Paseo del Violón s/n 18006 Granada
Should you arrive by car you can park it at the public parking right next to the Congress Centre with total capacity of 329 cars.
As an international turistic destination, Granada offers a great variety of accomodation options. We have selected some hotels and blocked a certain number of rooms at special rates for your convenience. If you wish to take advantage of these rates, please go to the BSBF2020 accomodation platform.
Granada (Photo: Capteke)