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2020 ICPC Plenary Meeting: Madrid, Spain
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Local Travel and Attractions

Updated Tuesday 19 November 2019
Cityscape at Calle de Alcala and Gran Via in Madrid.
The equestrian bronze statue of King Philip III riding his horse standing prominently in the middle of Plaza Mayor, Madrid.
The Temple of Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple that was dismantled and rebuilt in Madrid. It is one of the few works of ancient Egyptian architecture that can be seen outside Egypt. Visitors may stroll along the walkway during opening hours.
The Alacala Door is a one of the ancient door landmarks in Madrid as it was the entrance of people coming from France, Aragon, and Catalunia.
Madrid is Spain's central capital city full of history, architecture, elegant boulevards, beautiful parks and it is well-known for its European art. Popular destinations to visit during your stay include: Plaza Mayor (a square located in the heart of Madrid), Palacio Real (Royal Palace), Parque del Buen Retiro (Buen Retiro Park) and the very famous Museo Nacional del Prado (Prado Museum) which holds artwork from masters such as Francisco Goya and Deigo Velázquez. The following list below provides helpful tourism links.

The ICPC is pleased to return to a European city for its annual Plenary event and we look forward to seeing you in Madrid Spain from 28-30 April 2020!





Metro Tourist Map of Madrid Adobe Acrobat Document (.pdf) - 1.75 MB





Barrio de la Moreria: Map of route from Novotel : This historic section of Madrid dates back to the 9th century and constitutes the oldest part of the city. Surrounded by a fortified wall, it is laid out in a series of public squares and is a remarkably intact example of medieval urban planning.



2020 ICPC Plenary: Madrid, Spain - 28-30 April
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