• Generalife Palace
  • Alhambra View
  • Alhambra's Night
  • Granada's Panoramic (I)
  • Granada's Panoramic (II)
  • Granada's Cathedral
  • Moorish Windows
  • Court of the Lions
  • Costa Tropical of Granada
Generalife Palace1 Alhambra View2 Alhambra's Night3 Granada's Panoramic (I)4 Granada's Panoramic (II)5 Granada's Cathedral6 Moorish Windows7 Court of the Lions8 Costa Tropical of Granada9
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Social Events

  • The IWBBIO organization also offers other social activities in order to know better the nice city of Granada. These activities will be included in the registration fees for Early Registration:

    • Visit and Welcome Reception at the Palacio de los Cordova:
    • Palacio de los Cordova was built in the XVI century (1530-1592) by Luis Fernandez de Cordova in Placeta de las Descalzas Square but it was moved to its current location in 1960. In 1983 it was purchased by the city council to house the Municipal Archive.

      The building has a Renaissance doorway and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and vegetable plots. Its atrium was built with Gothic elements and the ceilings have Mudejar coffering. Throughout its history it has changed owners as many times as location.

      Palacio de los Crdova

      Palacio de los Crdova

      Palacio de los Crdova



    • Gala Dinner at Hotel Alhambra Palace (to be confirmed):
    • This restaurant is inspired by the beauty of the Alhambra, conjuring up a sense of culture, aristocracy and elegance. Hotel Alhambra Palace has been offering stylish Granada gastronomy since 1910. It is situated in the main enclosure of the romantic monument and dominating the city of Granada. It maintains intact the charm, the magic and the opulence of its glorious past. It has an experience with 100 years of tradition in a unique situation in Granada.

      See 360° Granada View from Alhambra Palace

      Alhambra Palace

      Alhambra Palace's Lobby



    • Visit to the Alhambra:
    • The Alhambra of Granada is one of the most important artistic-historical monumental group from the arabic civilization. It was created since the 11th century over more than six hundred years by cultures as different as The Muslim, the Renaissance or the Romantic culture. The Alhambra was a palace, a fortress and a citadel; the residence of the Nasrid Sultans and top government officials, court servants and the royal guard.

      The Alhambra of Granada currently contains four clearly distinguishable zones: the Palaces, the military zone or Alcazaba (fortress), the city or Medina, and the villa/gardens of the Generalife, all of them surrounded by woods, trees, gardens, parks and vegetable gardens. The Alhambra was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. In 2011, the Alhambra was the most visited monument in Spain with more than 2.300.000 visitants.

      Registrated conference members will have the opportunity of visiting the monumental group of the Alhambra in a guided visit that will take place during the congress days.

      More information in http://www.alhambra-patronato.es


      Alhambra

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