Hotel Princesa Sofia *****
Pl. Pius XII 4
The official languages of the Congress will be English
and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided for the main sessions.
REGISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATION
As the official organizer of the III International
Congress on Dual Disorders, Tilesa Kenes Spain is pleased to welcome you to
Barcelona, Spain and to offer special reduced rates
at top hotels.
Some participants may require a visa to travel to Spain.
Participants are requested to check with the Spanish consulate or diplomatic
mission in their home country. It is the responsibility of the participant
to obtain a Visa with no commitment from the organizers to provide any
Please note that the average time for obtaining a visa can be from two to
six weeks from the date of application. The cost of visas varies depending
on the intended length of stay, etc.
Abstract submission for symposia, workshops, poster and
platform presentations are available on this
Congress website. Abstracts can be submitted for any of the main
SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITION
The Congress offers an opportunity for sponsorship and
participation in a commercial exhibition. All requests for bookings are
allocated on a first come, first served basis. In order to reserve your
sponsorship/exhibition booth, please contact with Daniel Ariza:
The climate of Barcelona is continental Mediterranean,
October is a good time to go, expect some cloudy days and the odd spot of
rain, but generally speaking the weather will be pleasant.
The average maximum temperature in Barcelona in October is 70°F/21°C and the
average minimum temperature is 54°F/12°C.
HOW TO GET TO BARCELONA
By plane, car or train… even by boat! You can get to Barcelona
by any means of transport. Here’s some information about all the
available options to help you decide which type of transport
suits you best.
El Prat, is located just 16km outside the city.
Girona Airport, north of the city, and
Reus, to the south, are a little over an hour away.
Lleida Airport, to the west, is just over two hours
Arriving by train
Barcelona has direct connections with different
parts of Europe and throughout Spain, as well as a
comprehensive regional and suburban rail network.
Arriving by car
The city has excellent road links and you can get to
all parts of the city conveniently using the
motorway and road network.
Arriving by bus
You can get to Barcelona by bus from Europe, North
Africa and the rest of Spain. The main bus station
is the centrally located Barcelona Nord.
Arriving by boat
Barcelona is the Mediterranean’s leading cruise
harbour with nine passenger terminals, seven for
cruises and four for ferries.