A historic city with the best-preserved Jewish quarter in Europe. Renowned worldwide for its gourmet food and wine. A privileged strategic position just 37 minutes by highspeed train from Barcelona and a 30-minute drive from the Costa Brava. A versatile range of congress venues and extensive expertise in hosting congresses and business meetings.

Congress dossier – Always on hand!

Hotel capacity

CategoryNumber of establishmentsNumber of roomsGuest Capacity
4 S*3121226
1* and others32400635

Conference centres

1. Girona Conference Centre

Hall namem2TheatreClassroomBanquetCocktail
Sala Simfònica (Auditori)1,0881,236---
Sala Cambra (Auditori)445362---
Sala Petita (Auditori)148178---
Sala d’Assaig148140100100148
Sala de Premsa786045-78
Sala 18990706090
Sales 2 a 114236273040
Sala d’exposicions450418250500700
2. Centre Cultural de la Mercè
Hall namem2TheatreBanquetCocktail
Sala polivalent191200--
Sala de conferències15075-150
3. Fira de Girona
Hall Namem2Theatre
Nivell I5.121-
Nivell II2.690-
Sala d’actes265200

Unique venues

Venue namem2TheatreBanquetCocktail
Saló de descans del Teatre Municipal--1225
Casa Masó196150150180
Pati Museu d’Història dels Jueus30010070150
Museu del Cinema75604070
Espai Roca Mas Marroch9403008001000
Monastery of St. Pere de Galligantsm2TheatreBanquetClassroomCocktail
Sala Polivalent545035-70

Benefits for conference delegates

  • 10% discount on tav and md train tickets
  • 50% discount on tickets to all Girona museums
  • 10% to 20% discount at ’eix Comercial stores in Girona
  • Guided inspection and management visits of the city and its unique venues
  • Wi-fi in the Conference Centre sightseeing material for attendees

Leading conferences and events

  • 3rd World Ayahuasca Conference (2019)
  • 31st SEMES National Congress (2019)
  • 41st SENEP Annual Meeting (2018)
  • 5th SEFM-SEPR Congress Impulsa Forum (2009-2016)
  • 35th Anaporc National Congress (2015)
  • 9th ICA International Congress on Archives and Cultural Industries (2014)


Girona iPad Quest

This is a tour/competition that takes participants around the city of Girona with the help of iPads. The goal is to reach the maximum number of points by passing the tests that challenge participants as they visit sites in the city’s Barri vell (old Quarter)

Girona Guided Services

Activities involving discovery, contact with nature, cultural heritage and art. From Nordic walking in Sant Daniel valley to visiting the Hortes de Santa Eugènia vegetable gardens on a Burricleta and discovering the flora and fauna of Ter Island. Guided tours based on sustainability and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Girona Cooking Experience

Discover Catalan cuisine first-hand. Girona show Cooking is a space designed to offer a full range of activities related to the region’s cuisine, from it’s traditional “pa amb tomàquet” (bread with tomato) to a more sophisticated Michelin star event. A professional chef is on hand to demonstrate the best techniques in Catalan cuisine and each participant will have the opportunity to learn how to cook (and eat!) a number of different dishes. This is a mouth-watering workshop that focuses on Girona’s culinary culture.