Spain is one of the 26 EU countries of the Schengen Agreement. These countries issue a visa called the Schengen visa, which allows to travel to or through all the Schengen area within the validity of the visa. If you intend to visit a Schengen country, you must apply for a Schengen visa at the Embassy or Consulate of that country. Visa requirements are different according to each country. Participants are requested to check with the Spanish consulate or diplomatic mission in their home country. It is the responsibility of the participant to obtain a visa. Please note that the average time for obtaining a visa can be from two to six weeks from the date of application. The costs for visas varies depending on the intended length of stay, etc.http://www.schengenvisainfo.com/spain-visa/
ICACER is not responsible for participants' visa issues beyond providing the Acceptance Letter and Invitation Letter (after registration) issued by the ICACER Committee Board.If you are planning to come to Barcelona and want information about the Covid-19, check here for the latest official information.
What's over here? And a couple of streets over there? Wherever you are in Barcelona, there's always something to see nearby around the neighbourhood or district: jewels of home-grown Catalan architecture, modernisme, and contemporary architecture, markets that are a treat for the senses, treasures of the ancient Roman and medieval city, parks where you can unwind … And the best thing of all is, you don't have to be a great explorer to find and discover all of Barcelona’s neighbourhoods.
Throughout the summer, most evenings see special cultural and gastronomic activities held at venues around the city. Many modernista spaces, such as La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, host concerts, suppers, drinks and audiovisual shows. In turn, several cultural venues, including Poble Espanyol, CaixaForum and El Born Centre de Cultura i Memoria, open late at least one night a week, allowing you to enjoy their exhibitions and special activities away from the daytime crowds and heat.
Saló Nàutic Internacional de Barcelona
Prepare to set sail. Well, to at least imagine yourself setting sail on one of the magnificent vessels on display at this year's Barcelona Boat Show. This edition sees the city's Port Vell fill up with the latest yachts, speedboats and catamarans for potential buyers to peruse, and the interested to ogle.