|30 June 2023||Deadline early registration fee|
|15 September 2023||Abstract deadline|
|Late September 2023||Confirmation of abstract acceptance|
|15 October 2023||Deadline regular registration fee|
C/ San Jacinto 2
Location and accessibility
The NH-Hotel Málaga is situated 500m from the old city centre and about 11 km from Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport and 800m from Málaga Central railway station.
Please check for directions: https://www.nh-hotels.com/hotel/nh-malaga/map
Throughout Malaga’s history, its privileged geographic situation has attracted travellers, merchants, settlers and warriors who have left their mark on what is now a cosmopolitan, universal, open, relaxed and hospitable city.
Its places of interest are far too numerous to mention in detail, but here is a brief summary:
In the east is the suburb of El Palo, with its typical fishermen’s houses, coves, promenades and “pescaíto” (small fried fish), which runs into the city’s main promenade, the Paseo Maritimo, with its beaches, La Malagueta district, the lighthouse (which has become the symbol of the city) and the port breakwater, which affords a beautiful panoramic view of the city. In the centre, a walk through the Park, home to botanical species from around the world, adapted here thanks to the city’s benign climate, takes us to the old centre of Malaga: the imposing Cathedral; the Nazari Gibralfaro Castle; La Alcazaba fortress, renovated for public usage; and the Roman Theatre, proof of the city’s importance in this era. Further up is the Plaza de la Merced square, site of the house in which the artistic genius Picasso was born. Malaga is also home to a number of interesting churches -St. John’s, St. James’, St. Domingo’s, and the Holy Martyrs-; St. Augustine’s Convent and the Episcopal Palace; and civil buildings such as the Count of Buenavista’s Palace and the Consulate House.
For more info and weather information, please check: www.andalucia.org/en/malaga
The official language of the congress is English. Simultaneous translation will not be provided.
Liability and insurance
The Meeting Secretariat and Organisers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of participants. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.