Madrid IFEMA Convention Centre of Feria de Madrid is 5 minutes from the airport by car. It has 2 centres that holds 97 meeting rooms with different capacities.
It’s easy to get to Madrid in Spain, with the city’s main airport Barajas serving dozens of flight carriers, connecting the Spanish capital city to the rest of Europe and wider world.
The South Convention Centre has an auditorium for 600 persons and 19 meeting rooms with different capacities. The North Convention Centre offers an auditorium for 1100 persons and 20 meeting rooms together with a large lobby where you can have 468m2 nett space for exhibition.
Another 42 meeting rooms, located on the first floor of the exhibition pavilions in the walkway. 12 new meeting rooms with different capacity and a multi-purpose hall distributed in between floors of the pavilions 12 and 14 are already operative since lately.
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Once you’re in Madrid, you are able to see some of the city iconic monuments and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re sticking close to airport at the IFEMA, or staying in the center of the city, you’ll always find great value hotels tailor-made for the perfect stay. Choose hotels on Gran Via street of Madrid for shopping, or look for rooms nearby the world famous Bernabeu football stadium to watch a game of the Los Blancos.
Due to its economic output, standard of living, and market size, Madrid is considered the major financial center of the Iberian Peninsula.
Book now the best rates for hotels or self catering apartments for rent in Spain around Feria de Madrid for exhibitions, trade shows, congresses and conventions. Many rooms feature free Wifi. Find the best places to stay within close distance.
Time zone — GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October)
Currency — Euro
Language — The official language in Spain is Castilian (or Castellano). Although Spanish is spoken in every province of Spain.
Electricity — Most hotels have 220 volts AC (50 cycles).