Wednesday 15th May - Welcome cocktail
Welcome cocktail on the terrace of the ADEIT foundation with beautiful views of the city center.
Wednesday 15th May - Guided Tour
Discover Valencia's roots in its historical center with this 2 hours walking tour. An expert guides pick you up at the conference venue for a visit the historic centre. In the old part, the best is to walk and see its numerous historical buildings from the medieval period and pedestrian streets that make the visit a most pleasant walk.
Thursday 16th May - Gala dinner
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía - Restaurant La Octava
The gala dinner will take place at the restaurant La Octava of the Palau de les Arts, one of the most emblematic places in the city, part of the buildings of the City of Science and Arts. From its terraces, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the city of València.
After the inauguration of the Hemisfèric in 1998, the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum and the Umbracle in 2000, and the opening to the public of the Oceanográfico in 2003, the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía completes the artistic facet of the Generalitat’s firm bid for culture in its broadest sense together with science, technology, and nature.
It was inaugurated in 2005 and is equipped with the most modern technologies to constitute an avant-garde and modern space, which is the cultural catalyst that has placed the Region of Valencia, with its centenary musical tradition, in a privileged position among all other world regions.
This majestic building, designed by the Valencia architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava, means that both the city and the Region of Valencia have the best infrastructure available in order to participate on international circuits, especially those of opera and major musical shows.