The ObG Project is pleased to bring you helpful information on the Global Congress on Hysteroscopy, one of the foremost meetings in the field. The goals of the Congress are to share best practices and assess the latest science and procedures by top experts. This year, attendees can look forward to emphasis on office procedures, including the latest on endometrial cavity pathology and Assisted Reproductive Technologies.
Barcelona International Convention Center, AKA Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona (CCIB)
Willy Brandt Square 11-14
08019 – Barcelona
The Diagonal Mar neighborhood provides an extensive selection of convenient hotel accommodations
With choices ranging from neighborhood tapas bars to culinary temples boasting Michelin stars, Barcelona is one of the world’s greatest cities for eating and drinking. Renowned for its culinary innovation and avant-garde cuisine, Barcelona is also home to traditional Spanish cuisine and amazing tapas.
Some traditional Catalan dishes to try include Fideuá (a seafood paella made with noodles rather than rice), Bacallá a la llauna (Cod), Bomba (potato and meat bomb), Botiferra (pork sausage), Croquetes (croquets filled with ham (Jamon) and béchamel), Escalivada (grilled marinated vegetables), Seitons/boquerones (marinated white anchovies), and Truita/Tortilla (Spanish omelet). And for dessert – Crema Catalana!
You can’t talk drinks in Barcelona without discussing tapas – small dishes typically eaten in bars. Barcelona is the place for tapas – they are available everywhere, in amazing variety and high quality. It is also the place to taste the ne plus ultra versions of common tapas such as Patatas Bravas.
Barcelona is one of Europe’s top cities for fashion. In central Barcelona the best shopping areas include: Passeig de Gracia and the streets to its southwest, streets such as Carrer de la Portaferrissa, Carrer de la Boqueria, and Carrer de Ferran in the the Barri Gotic, the Portal de l’Àngel,just off Placa de Catalunya and around Placa de Sant Josep Oriol.
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