Location and Venue

Global Pharma & Drug Delivery Summit (Pharma Summit 2024).

Our Venue - Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona; a truly enchanting city With its rich culture, excellent weather all-year-long, outstanding palette of venues and developed infrastructure; Barcelona is a perfect location for organising any kind of event. From conferences and exhibitions, to corporate events and meetings. A combination of beautiful architecture, Mediterranean cuisine and Spanish culture that creates a perfect backdrop for your event. Moreover, Barcelona’s cultural and culinary offer is rich and diverse, creating the perfect destination to satisfy even the most demanding guests. A seaside city packed to the brim with stunning architecture, rich culture, and a laid-back vibe that’s hard to find in most tourist destinations, Barcelona is resoundingly magical.



By Air

Getting to Spain via flights is the best option, if you are coming from out of the country. The main international airports of the country include the Madrid International Airport, Barcelona International Airport. These airports are serviced by several airlines, connecting the country to destinations from all over the world. Barcelona is one of the top ten leisure destinations in Europe, as well as having a long-standing tradition in business tourism. For this reason it is extremely well connected with the rest of Spain as well as the rest of the world. With over 52 million passengers anually, Barcelona Airport is the second busiest airport in Spain after Madrid Barajas Airport. El Prat has two terminals: T1, which is very modern and was inaugurated in 2009 and T2, which includes the old A, B and C terminals. Barcelona El Prat Airport (BCN) is situated next to the coastline, only 7.4 miles (12 km) southwest of the city.

By Train

The best option to get to Spain via trains is the Eurail. The countries that offer the maximum connectivity to Spain and its various cities includes France and Italy. Apart from the Eurail, some of cities within the European Union are connected to Spain via other railway networks. Barcelona Sants railway station is the second busiest train station in Spain, after Madrid’s Atocha railway station. Spain’s high-speed trains (AVE) connect Madrid to Barcelona in just two and a half hours and recently the AVE inaugurated a new line between Paris and Barcelona.

By Car

Spain shares land borders with countries such as Portugal, Andorra and France. You can choose to drive over to Spain from any of these countries. The roads are mostly in good condition, so a drive to this place wouldn’t be too much of a task. Remember, you will need an International driving license to drive in Spain.

By Bus

You can also take a coach to Barcelona. There are numerous bus companies that depart from other cities in Spain or other major cities in Europe, like London, Brussels and Paris.

By Boat

When coming to Spain, apart from the usual flights, trains and road options, the option to travel by sea to the coastal cities of the country is something that cannot be overlooked. Places such as Gibraltar are connected with Tangiers and Morocco via regular ferry services. Even England is well connected to Spain via the sea route. Travelers from the Balearic Islands have the option to reach Barcelona by boat, a very attractive option, especially for those who want to bring their car.