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Barcelona, Spain : 4 - 6 February 2019

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The conference will take place at Barcelona’s famous science museum, CosmoCaixa. It is one of the most famous science museums in Europe as well as one of the largest museums in Barcelona.

CosmoCaixa Science Museum
C/Isaac Newton, 26
08022 Barcelona, Spain

Museum website

Map and directions

How to get there:

Take the L7 train (brown line) that goes from Plaza Catalunya (City Center) to Avenida Tibidabo. From there you can take the 196 bus and stop at the museum, or you can walk from the metro station, it is just about 5 minutes.

Travelling to and from the Airport

There are a few options for travelling from Barcelona Airport into the city centre. The latest information can be found here:

Looking for accommodation?

Barcelona has over 1,000 hotels and B&Bs in the city offering rooms in all price ranges and styles, so securing suitable accommodation should not present a difficulty.

The official Barcelona Tourist Board website provides all the information you need to plan your trip to Barcelona and can be found online at

Hotel accommodation search engines will provide competitive prices, see below for some examples. However, it is often worth checking the hotel’s own website or contacting the hotel directly as they may offer special deals to match or improve on the prices provided by online accommodation services.

These links are provided for your convenience. They do not signify that we endorse the websites. We have no responsibility for the content of the linked website(s).



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