BRINGING YOUR EVENTS ALIVE
Come in. Welcome to the Valencia Conference Centre, a venue created in 1998 to host professional events, boost trade relations, business and networking, and act as a catalyst for knowledge.
For almost two decades, based on an ethic of quality and professional service, we have been pushing the boundaries to contribute to the economic and social development of the city, playing host to national and international congresses and events. We have taken standard services and elevated them to a unique tailor-made experience. We have taken the expected to the surprising, based on the philosophy that an event needs to be brought alive, and bearing in mind that no two events are the same. Our role is to be our customers’ ally, sharing their vision and reinventing ourselves constantly to provide results that meet their expectations.
Thanks to this philosophy and to a great deal of hard work, we have turned the city of Valencia into a benchmark for congresses and events. These efforts are rewarded on a daily basis with customer and user satisfaction, and in 2018 and 2010 were rewarded with the World’s Best Convention Centre prize given by the International Association of Congress Centres (AIPC).
The building is an emblematic piece of architecture, designed by the renowned architect Norman Foster, specifically to attract event tourism to the city of Valencia. This objective has been amply met, with a total of over 2,700 events being held at the Centre up until now. Over 2 million people have participated in these meetings, generating an economic impact for the city of over €1.1 billion. These activities have undoubtedly improved Valencia’s position on the international stage. According to the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), Valencia ranks 52nd in Europe on the list of preferred event tourism destinations and third in the ranking of Spanish cities. The Valencia Conference is the venue that brings the largest number of international delegates to the city.
- 2,900 Events held
- 2,1 million visitors since 1998
- 2.2 million overnight stays