The Palacio de Congresos de Toledo “El Greco” is the venue for the 48th Annual Meeting of the Spanish Nuclear Society. It is in the northeastern city, just a few metres from the central Plaza de Zocodover. Its privileged location allows walking access to Toledo’s prominent historical and cultural landmarks.
With a total surface area of 12,000 square metres, the Toledo Conference Centre is divided into several halls and areas that can be paneled to accommodate small groups and large-scale events and functions, such as our annual meeting.
The building is conceived as a new lung for the historical area, as its roof supports the Miradero gardens, with unbeatable views of the banks of the Tagus and part of the city. The Palacio de Congresos is hidden behind Toledo’s city walls. For this reason, thanks to its avant-garde architecture, it is built into the rock and integrated into the old part of the city. In this way, it emerges over the Tagus River, guarding its course. Designed by the architect Rafael Moneo, the building stands out for its rectilinear forms and functionality. Its harmonious integration with the historic surroundings in which it is located is noteworthy. Spacious spaces, lit by natural light, invite you to enter its conference and meeting rooms or large auditorium.