World ATM Congress Goes to Madrid, Spain in 2014
Recinto Ferial Juan Carlos I, Parque Juan Carlos I, s/n, 28042 Madrid, Spain
World ATM Congress will celebrate its inaugural show in Madrid, Spain's capital city. The significance of such is much more wide-ranging, as multiple implications have molded the city's singular personality.
The diversity of Madrid's neighborhoods and buildings informs the city’s role in political and economic spheres. And its historic monuments stand as icons of a city which has wielded administrative power for more than four centuries.
Madrid is not only a beautiful city with hordes of cafes and terraces; you will find here the shopping streets with exclusive marks. Some of the world’s most exciting museums can be visited in what is called the Triangle of Art. You can find it all in the European Union's third largest city.
From the Madrid CVB
For further assistance or if you have questions, AIM representatives are pleased to assist World ATM Congress attendees and exhibitors. Their contact information is listed below:
AIM GROUP INTERNATIONAL - MADRID OFFICE
C/Arturo Soria, 55 - Local 1 – 28027 Madrid (Spain)
T: +34 912 873 400
F: +34 912 873 401
“…Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and the status as an economic, financial, administrative, and service centre, with a large cultural and artistic heritage, a legacy of centuries of exciting history. Madrid, the capital of Spain, cosmopolitan and bursting with life, is famous for its nightlife, its wide range of cultural activities and because it is the perfect destination for shopping and business. Madrid, Spain's capital, is a cosmopolitan city. Its position as a centre for economics, finance, administration and services combines the most modern infrastructure with an important cultural and artistic heritage, the legacy of centuries of fascinating history.
Art and culture are central to Madrid life. The city has 73 museums that cover all fields of human knowledge. Of these, the most important are the Prado Museum, one of the world's greatest art galleries, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum with more than 800 paintings, sculptures and tapestries that go from the earliest Dutch masters to the most avant-garde trends, and the Reina Sofía National Art Centre, which is dedicated to Spanish contemporary art, with works by Picasso, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí and Juan Gris among others.The region of Madrid lies right in the middle of the Spanish mainland bordering Castile-La Mancha and Castile and Leon.”