The El Batel Auditorium and Conference Center is the venue for the 47th Annual Meeting of the Spanish Nuclear Society. It is located in the port of Cartagena, next to the National Museum of Underwater Archeology and very close to both the Roman Theater and the city’s Naval Museum.
The Batel was inaugurated at the end of 2011 and is currently one of the reference buildings in the city both for its design and for the services it offers. An infrastructure designed to promote culture and tourism in the town, with spectacular architecture and built with the latest materials and techniques. Its silhouette next to the Mediterranean Sea is a benchmark of modernity in Cartagena.
Conceived to be contemplated from all angles, all the facades were meticulously worked on, especially its roofs, which constitute a fifth facade that we can enjoy during the days of the congress. With an area of 17,000 square metres, it has a continuous space inside that connects the entire building through a walkway with gentle ramps that allows it to be used as an exhibition area. It also has two large rooms for events and a multipurpose room. An ideal space for holding the most important meeting of the nuclear sector in our country.