Conference registration fees are listed, below. These include the conference attendance fee, lunches and dinners, and sundry costs (coffee breaks, etc.)

Your accommodation cost is not included and you should make your own arrangements. We recommend that you plan to stay at the conference venue, NH Collection.

If you want to stay extra nights at the hotel please contact us to make the arrangements.


Full registration


Social programme only

Cancellation fee





Hotel and accommodation

Links are provided on the registration page to make your hotel bookings.

All official conference activities take place at the NH Collection (5*), and we recommend that you also stay at the hotel. The cost is 104.50 € for a single room, and 123.20 € for a double.

An alternative is the Exe Perigrino (4*), which is also located close to the old city. The cost is 75 € for a single room, and 88 € for a double.

If neither of these hotels suit, use the usual search engines to choose from a long list of places to stay. There surely will be one to suite every taste and pocket.

Travel and the city

Santiago de Compostela is well connected by air, rail, and road.

If you are flying to the city directly, it is served by a modern, well connected airport (SCQ) that is a short taxi ride from the hotels. The taxis have a flat rate of €21.

Alternatively, you may fly to La Coruña airport (LCG) and use car or train for the short onward travel to Santiago de Compostela.


It is always wise to pack an ubrella or rain jacket when visiting Santiago de Compostela. While you are about it, bring along some decent shoes because you will likely need to walk to and around the old city. The dress code is usually (smart) casual and the general spirit is laid back and friendly.

At this time of year expect typical European spring temperatures of high teens in the day, and cool nights.

Planning your stay

It would be a travesty to visit the province of Galicia, Spain and not enjoy the unique attractions it offers. The cathedral and old city are obvious places of historical and cultural places to visit, but there is so much more. Northern Spain is renowned for its food and wines of the region that you will want to explore. The region is beautiful, and you should consider visiting it! Tours are available, or rent a car. There’s something for everyone, and the tourist office will surely be glad to help you.