The Castile and Leon Exhibition and Conference Centre is situated in Salamanca and its facilities, well-trained staff and the wide range of services it offers make it the ideal venue in which to host all kinds of cultural, scientific, commercial and social events.
The complex is made up of three main areas: the conference centre itself, an exhibition hall and open-air stands arranged around a courtyard which allows access to all the different areas.
The main section of the building houses the auditoria and other rooms and offices. The smaller section houses the three exhibition halls, which are linked to the main section via the lower floor, where the seminar rooms, videoconferencing rooms and café are located.
In addition, the centre is equipped with advanced telecommunications systems which allow the most up-to-date technology to be used during the events.
If approaching from the south or the east, cross the “Sánchez Fabrés” Bridge (after the Roman Bridge), and go straight along Calle de la Palma. After 200m, you will reach the conference centre.
If approaching from the north, take the Paseo de Torres Villarroel until the Zamora Gate and then continue along Avenida de Alemania, which goes around the edge of the city, until you reach the river. When you come to the first bridge, turn left into Calle de la Palma. The conference centre is on the right.
The bus station is 15 minutes’ walk from the conference centre. The centre can be reached by taxi or on foot if you wish to admire the monuments in the surrounding area. Another option is to go the Main Square and follow the instructions on the map.
The station is 15 minutes from the Main Square. There are also taxi and bus services.