Practical Information


Conference registration includes all administrative costs, conference material, proceedings, and coffee breaks. Lunches are not included.

There is a cafeteria/canteen at the Facultad de Humanidades building (floor -2, taking the stairs down from the entry hall or the elevator). There are also univeristy cafeterias/canteens serving lunch at the UNED Facultad de Ciencias Económicas (Paseo de Senda del Rey 11, two buildings down the street from the Facultad de Humanidades) and at the Facultad de Ciencias Políticas  (Paseo de Senda del Rey 2, in the corner before the Facultad de Humanidades building). Take into account that the university cafeterias only accept cash, not credit cards . The closest ATMs are 20 minutes away walking, near Avenida de Valladolid (in Calle de San Pol de Mar, 4) and in Moncloa metro station.

You can find some bars within walking distance in Avenida de Valladolid, to the other side of the big crossroads near the conference venue.

Congress dinner:

The congress dinner will be held on Wednesday  November 14th at Restaurante Colonial Norte at 21:30h (Price: 45€) Accompanying persons can attend the congress dinner (Price: 45€).

To register for the congress dinner, please click on the button Enrollment under the fees section in the registration page.


There are many ATMs in the city center. Unfortunately, not so much near the conference venue. The closest one is in Calle de San Pol de Mar, 4, 20 minutes walking from the Facultad de Humanidades (near Avenida de Valladolid). There is also an ATM at Moncloa metro station.


There are several restaurants within walking distance along Avenida de Valladolid and Principe Pío (for instance, Casa Mingo, renowned for its chicken and cider). You can find many more restaurants near Plaza de España and around Moncloa.

Once you are in the center, there are a wide variety of bars and restaurants in most neighbourhoods. Many traditional tapas restaurants are located near Sol square, in Huertas and La Latina. Close to these neighbourhoods is Lavapies, which combines an alternative atmosphere with ethnic restaurants.  North of Gran Vía street, Malasaña (Tribunal metro station) and Chueca boast trendy bars and clubs. Food markets in La Latina (here and here), Chueca and Lavapies are also popular.

You can check the restaurants section in this link and also here.


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