Barcelona, Spain | July 1-4, 2021


• The Electronic Visa (e-Visa) Application System was launched on 17 April 2013 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. This system allows visitors travelling to Turkey to easily obtain their e-Visas online (, in approximately three minutes.

General required documents for a Spain Visa Application:
Download the application form, fill it completely and with sincerity. You can also fill the Spanish Visa application form electronically and then print a hard-copy. Learn how to fill-in the Spanish Visa application form!
* 2 photos must be attached; the photo should be of passport format – a recent whole-face capture with a light background. Learn more about photo requirements and specifications for a Spanish Visa.
* Your passport and copies of your previous visas – valid for at least 3 months beyond return date – are required. Your passport must have at least two blank pages.
* A copy of your return-ticket reservation. It is not recommended to purchase the ticket before obtaining the visa – if not otherwise required
* Schengen Travel Insurance confirmation of minimum 30,000€ coverage within Spain and the entire Schengen area
* A cover letter stating the purpose of visit to Spain and itinerary
* Flight Reservation with dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from Spain
* Hotel Booking Reservation for the whole duration of the intended stay in Spain
* Proof of civil status (marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, ration card if applicable)
* Means of subsistence – Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Spain. A foreigner who seeks to enter the territory of Spain needs to attest owning the overall amount for duration up to 10 days that is representative of a 90% of the gross national minimum wage (598.68€) that is 583.74€, while in case of exceeding 10 days the daily required amount is 64.86€.
For more information, please contact the local Spanish consulate or embassy in your country or visit the website.
Please be kindly noted that the conference committee cannot intervene on visa matters.

Get In & Around Barcelona

Barcelona and its metropolitan area have a wide range of public transport and sightseeing transport options. There are different ticket types so that you can get to where you want to go in Barcelona easily and conveniently. (Information From Here)

Metro, FGC and Tram
Public transport such as the metro, tram and FGC are the quickest, simplest and most convenient way of getting around Barcelona. You can choose from the different ticket types and travel cards.

A fleet of over 1,000 fully adapted buses serve all areas of Barcelona. The integrated fare system means that travel cards can be used on the metro, trams, FGC and Renfe trains (zone 1)

Getting around by bike
An original and different means of transport to discover the city. Barcelona has fully integrated cycle lanes and you can cycle through the city's open spaces and parks.

Getting around by taxi
There are 11,000 taxis in the city which can be easily identified by their yellow and black livery. A green light on the taxi roof indicates its availability.
Park your car

Forget about your car and park it in one of our safe and convenient car parks. Public transport is the best, and most sustainable, way to get around Barcelona.

ZBE Rondes de Barcelona
From 1st January 2020 vehicles that are not registered with the Spanish traffic authority (DGT) will not be permitted to drive in the low-emission zones (ZBE). Find out here if you meet the ZBE emissions standards.

Tips and Tours: How to Make the Most of Your Visit to Barcelona

Sightseeing Tours: A flexible way to see all the top sights in Barcelona without the hassle of navigating your way around the city is the City Sightseeing Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Tour. Relax and tour the city in an open-air double decker bus while listening to an informative commentary, and hop off at any of the 44 stops to spend more time at your favorite attractions. The pass is valid for either one day or two.

If you are looking for a more intimate small-group tour, the Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia comes with a professional guide. See the top sights of the city, stroll the streets of the Gothic Quarter, and save time at Gaudi's Sagrada Familia with special skip-the-line admission. Both half-day and full-day tours are available.

Day Trip Tours: Cultural and historical attractions dot the beautiful countryside around Barcelona, and an organized day tour is a great way to explore them without worrying about driving and finding your way. Accompanied by a guide, the Small-Group Medieval Villages Day Trip takes you in an air-conditioned minivan through picturesque rural landscapes to see the charming villages of Besalú, Castellfollit de la Roca, and Rupit, where you can explore historic buildings, meander down the cobblestone streets, and feast on traditional Catalan cuisine.

If you're a Salvador Dali fan, you can visit his birthplace and his much-loved sun-soaked Costa Brava on the full-day Salvadore Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small-Group Tour. With informative commentary by an expert English-speaking guide, you'll learn all about the famous artist, his life, and works, while you travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned minivan.





Attractions in Barcelona

The below information is from website here.
Catalonia's vibrant capital, Barcelona is a stunning seaside city that flaunts her beauty and sunny lifestyle. Gorgeous scenery, breathtaking architecture, and superb cultural attractions make for an alluring destination. Of course, the balmy Mediterranean climate adds to the charm. Barcelona has an atmospheric medieval quarter, the Barri Gòtic, with an almost magical old-world ambience, but it's even more famous for its Modernist architecture. Antoni Gaudí left a lasting mark on Barcelona with his avant-garde Surrealist buildings; several are UNESCO listed.

After all the sightseeing, tourists will want to simply relax and soak up the city's joyous vibe. Stroll down La Rambla, where the locals hang out. Escape to the sandy beaches near the harbor, and linger over leisurely meals on outdoor terraces. Wander aimlessly and find hidden town squares, where street musicians strum melodies on Spanish guitars. Delightful surprises abound at every turn. Discover the best places to visit with our list of the top attractions in Barcelona.

1. Basilica de la Sagrada Familia
Address: 401 Carrer de Mallorca, Barcelona

2. Casa Mila (La Pedrera)
Address: 261-265 Carrer de Provença, Barcelona

3. La Rambla: Barcelona's Social Hub

4. Palau de la Música Catalana (Palace of Catalan Music)
Address: Calle Palau de la Música 4-6, Barcelona

5. Parc Güell: Gaudí's Surrealist Park
Address: Carrer d'Olot, Barcelona

6. Casa Batlló
Address: 43 Passeig de Grácia, Barcelona

7. Camp Nou
Address: C. d'Aristides Maillol 12, Barcelona