The conference will be held at the Vertex building at the “Campus Nord” of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. For more information on the conference venue, please visit: http://www.dspdes2010.org/frontal/Location.asp.
You will find some information concerning the city of Barcelona and transportation to and from the airport below.
Documentation required to travel to Spain varies according to the country of origin. You will find below web pages that will provide you the needed information.
- Spanish Foreign Affairs official web site
- Requirements for entry into Spain for a stay not exceeding ninety days in any six month period
- Embassies and Consulates
- Link of Interest, with useful information and practical advices
For a Letter of Invitation to assist in the visa application process, please contact the Conference secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to Barcelona!
The origins of the city of Barcelona, which have been defined thanks to archaeological remains and literary and cartographic sources, date from the 1st century A.D., when the Romans established a small colony around the Taber mount. Its whole past is projected into its present.
The Barcelona of the 21st century is a city shaped by the '92 Olympics, a city transformed for and by the need to do justice to that great international event. The Barcelona we see around us now, the Barcelona we enjoy today, is a new Barcelona, Mediterranean in keeping with its traditions, with its face to the sea and its arms open to other cultures and peoples, giving and receiving, happy to make and to share its riches.
The Barcelona of the 21st century is an European capital of astonishing cultural energy and a passion for progress, a city whose day-to-day life brings together every imaginable facet of the most diverse activities: these are the potential that has fashioned the city's present and give it the impetus to move forward into the future.
WEBSITES OF INTEREST
- City Official Web site: http://www.bcn.cat/english/ihome.htm
- "Turisme de Barcelona"
- The Grand Theatre of the Liceu
- The Palau de la Música Catalana
- The Barcelona Auditorium
- The National Theatre of Catalonia
- The Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village)
- The Cathedral of Barcelona