The RPP11 Conference will be held in the historic building of the Convent de Sant Domènec in the city of Girona, Spain.
The monumental complex is declared a Historic-Artistic Monument of National Interest and currently houses part of the University of Girona.
The conference will take place in the Aula Magna Modest Prats located in the Girona's Old Town «Barri Vell» (historic center). The area is characterized by a complex urban structure, with narrow streets and steep slopes. To make it easier to get to the Old Town campus on foot, you can use the lift in Pujada de Sant Martí (next to the Girona Provincial Council).
The conference dinner on the 19th of October will be at El Castell de Sant Gregori, in the outskirts of Girona (10 min drive).
We are looking forward to welcoming you here!
There is a wide range of hotel and B&B accommodation options in Girona City and special rates have been secured. Be aware, however, that some venues may book out so early booking is advised. Check the accommodation offer and special room rates for conference participants here. Please, take note that attendees are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements. The conference does not work with any agency to arrange travel or accommodation.
More accommodation options at: https://www.girona.cat/turisme/eng/allotjaments.php
Girona-Costa Brava Airport is located in the town of Vilobí d'Onyar, just 13 kilometers from the center of Girona and can be easily accessed by transport public. It connects the city with many destinations in Europe and Spain.
The Barcelona (El Prat) airport is about an hour from the city of Girona and there is also a bus service between Barcelona airport and Girona.
Girona also has a good rail network, with medium-distance regional trains and high speed trains (AVANT) connecting it with the city of Barcelona in 38 minutes. Likewise, the AVE line connects Girona with different cities in Spain and Europe.
The bus station, located beside the railway station, offers bus services to urban, regional, national and international destinations.
To access the Old Twon, from any point of the city: Urban bus line 7.
Girona is a small medieval city about a 1.5-hour drive north of Barcelona. Located halfway between the majestic peaks of the Pyrenees and the rugged Costa Brava coast, the town sits on the confluence of four rivers and has a rich history that goes back to the Roman ages. Girona is quite often overlooked by tourists who pass the town on their way from Barcelona to Figueres, the home of the world-famous Dalí Theatre Museum.
A stroll around Girona leads visitors past cobble-stoned streets and colourful buildings as well as many museums, shops, cafés and restaurants. Moreover, El Celler de Can Roca, one of the world’s best restaurants is located here!
One of the best things to do in Girona is a walk along its impressive city walls and explore the maze of old streets in the city, especially around the Jewish Quarter, one of Europe’s best preserved. Girona was also the filming location of many scenes in the Game of Thrones series, and there’s also a Game of Thrones walking tour you can join!