The Valencia Conference Centre, designed by the internationally renowned architect Norman Foster, and chosen as the World’s Best Convention Centre in 2010, is Valencia’s leading congress and convention venue.

It combines a broad range of services with a whole host of versatile spaces, including three comfortable auditoria, seating 1,481, 467 and 272 people, respectively, nine breakout rooms, two multi-purpose rooms, a range of ancillary rooms and a 1,500m2 exhibition area with natural light and direct access to the auditoria and gardens. The venue is also easy to access and is just ten minutes from the city’s airport and from the high-speed train station, as well as being surrounded by hotels, with 1,000 hotel rooms within one or two minutes’ walking distance.

Over the last 18 years, the Valencia Conference Centre has played host to 2,600 events, which have been attended by 1.8 million participants. Of these events, 800 were congresses and conventions, in which 535,000 delegates took part. These events have generated an economic impact of 1 billion for the city of Valencia.

In addition, the Valencia Conference Centre is firmly committed to sustainability. This has materialised in the Eco Project, the objective of which is to make event tourism compatible with respect for the environment, and in the venue’s photovoltaic roof, which is unique in a building of this type, and has already generated over 2,220,000 KWh of energy.

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The Valencia Conference Centre is located on the main northwest approach road into the city. It is seven minutes from the Valencia-Manises international airport and eight minutes from the city centre and the high-speed train station. It has excellent transport links to the rest of the city via metro, taxi, bus, bike and tram.

There is a flourishing business district around the Centre, with a host of restaurants and leisure alternatives on offer for visitors.

Avda. Cortes Valencianas, nº 60

46015 Valencia (España)



Close to Valencia's Manises international airport and to the city’s high-speed train station.

Connected by metro, taxi, bus, bike and tram.

The Conference Centre is linked to the city via the 62, 63, 99 and N3 bus routes.

It has metro and tram stations nearby which connect the venue to the airport and to the Joaquín Sorolla mainline train station: Metrovalencia lines 1 and 4.

It is easily accessed by bicycle, and by the Valenbici public bicycle service.

P Underground car park with capacity for 600 vehicles

The Centre is easy to reach by car, thanks to its location on Avda. Cortes Valencianas, one of the main roads into the city and the main northwest approach road.


The Valencia Conference Centre was designed to make its visitors feel safe and comfortable. It has direct, barrier-free access for the disabled.