From 30th May to 4th June, 2016
Admission is free up to May 12 for specialists working in the sector. To register go to Visitors/Registration. After that date the admission fee the trade is €15 (valid for all the days of the event). For non trade visitors and persons who do not wish to provide their personal details on registering, admission is €25 (valid for 1 day only) .
Accreditations are e-mailed just before the date of the event, not at the time of registration. If you have still not received your accreditation by e-mail 15 days prior to the opening, please contact us on [email protected]
You are already registered on our system, so please do not attempt to re-register. Before the event, e-mail us at [email protected] and ask us to re-send your accreditation. Alternatively, go to any visitor registration desk during the event itself and give your full name and company details: we will locate you on our system and print out an accreditation for you.
Yes. You need to register for each separate edition of each event so that we can send you your accreditation.
Full information is available on the BEC website at Visitors / How to arrive
The Bilbao Exhibition Centre has indoor parking for 4000 vehicles. Parking rates 2€ for the first hour, thereof 1.4€ hour, 15€ maximum for each 24 hours.
The Bilbao Exhibition Centre has lifts for accessing the complex from the car park and the exhibition halls from the central Atrium. It is a fully accessible building.
Yes, visitors, exhibitors and other users of BEC can connect to the Internet free of charge from anywhere in the exhibition site.
The service offers 2 hours connection each day at 512 K. Therefore, users requiring a service with greater capacity or for a longer time must contract it directly through the payments gateway.
To do so, the service requires basic registration details, or in other words, name, surname, mobile telephone and e-mail.
Several hire-car firms operate out of Bilbao airport.
Yes: go to the information desk on the day of your visit for directions as to where to pick up a chair.
Students are admitted free of charge provided that they register in advance and meet the requirements indicated on the website under Visitors/ Group Visits.
To reach the airport from the BEC via public transport, take Line 2 of the Metro to San Mamés station, which connects with the Termibus bus station. Buses to the airport depart every 30 minutes.
There is also a taxi rank at the north entrance to the BEC. The airport is about 20 minutes away, and the cost is around €30.
For general emergencies, dial 112.