11 June

SID Congress Registration Desk Opens

Steering Committee Meeting at the hotel
(SC delegates only)

Cocktail at the

12 June

Visit Park Güell + Casa Batlló
Lunch at Citrus

Delegates Lunch at
La Masia Casa Fuster

Afternoon free
Dinner Observatori Fabra

13 June

Factories Tours

La Roca Village

Lunch &
visit Circuit de Catalunya

Evening free to explore Barcelona

14 June

Visit Sanctuary of Montserrat

Lunch at
Ramón Restaurant

Visit Sagrada Familia + Dinner

15 June

Business day

Visit & Lunch
Cavas Codorniu

Delegates Lunch
at the Hotel

Gala Dinner
at the Hotel

16 June


Delegates & Partners



Steering Comm. only

Sagrada Familia

Time: from 18h00 to 19h30 (1hr 30min)

The Sagrada Familia ia s one-of-kind temple, for its origins, foundation and purpose. Fruit of the work of genius architect Antoni Gaudí, the project was promoted by the people for the people. Five generations now have watched the Temple progress in Barcelona. Today, more than 135 years after the laying of the cornerstone, construction continues on the Basilica and is expected to be completed in 2026.

On the tour, you’ll see the different façades of thetemple and visit its surprising interior, inspired by nature and consisting of vast columns that make up an astonishing stone forest.

Parc Güell + Casa Batlló

Time: from 9h00 to 13h00

Jump into a bus and get ready for a memorable trip through the world of Gaudí.

The experience starts to explore Park Güell, the wonderful city-garden by Gaudí.

Walk up the dragon staircase, with its surface covered in broken shards of trencadís mosaic, and make your way to the Hall of One Hundred Columns, which actually consists of 86 columns that resemble giant stalagmites inside a cave. Stroll through the Greek Theatre, the Laundry Room Portico and the Austria Gardens and blend into the landscape of this fascinating park lined with unusual paths and hidden corners full of details.

Then we continue riding along some of Barcelona‘s highlights, including Passeig de Gracia, one of the city’s most emblematic streets and home to the famous buildings of La Pedrera or Casa Batlló.

The guide will introduce us to the work of Gaudí by explaining in detail the facades of these houses. Built in between 1904 and 1912 these are rich in originality, fantasy and imagination.

La Roca Village

La Roca Village

Discover La Roca Village, part of The Bicester Collection and home to more than 150 boutiques of the world’s leading brands with up to 60% off the recommended retail price.  The Village is host to a superb array of restaurants and cafés that cater to all appetites as well as an array of bespoke guest services.

Open seven days a week, the Village offers an array of services, including a multilingual Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and Virtual Shopping.

Just 40 minutes from Barcelona, on the road to the Costa Brava and the Maresme, the Village is easy to reach by car.


Voted No.1 Golf Resort in Spain, Camiral Golf & Wellness is home to two golf courses including the acclaimed Stadium Course, consistently ranked among the best in Europe. Home to the Spanish Open on three occasions, the resort is a regular venue for European Tour tournaments. With its well-equipped, hi-tech practice facilities and superb natural setting—it’s the perfect golf getaway.

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  • Stadium Course non-Premium (after 12:00h): 179,00€
  • Tour Course: 140,00€


  • Buggy: 60€/unit
  • Electric trolley: 25€/unit
  • Manual trolley: 10€/unit
  • Rental clubs: 50€/unit/day

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Montserrat Abbey

Time : from 9h00 to 13:00 (4hrs)

The most classic and fastet option to get to know Montserrat, after contemplating the unique landscape of the Natural Park during the ascension by road to 725 m . You will reach the Sanctuary.

Along the way, our duide will make a historical approach, once you will take a guided walk in which youwill know all the options (Monastery, Basilica, Choir, Virgin, Cambril, Museum, St. Joan, Sta. Cova, Viacrucis, Bars, restaurants, shops, audiovisual. Market of typical products, etc ), then you have free time to do what you prefer.

Cavas Codorniu

Time: from 9h00 to 13h00 (4hrs)

Codorniu is the world’s largest producer of bottle-fermented sparkling wine, know as cava, made by the traditional champagne method.

It was founded in Catalonia en 1551 and produces 60 million bottles annualy.

The Codorniu family’s wine business goes back to the middle of the XVI century. A document of that period states that the family had several machines and implements relating to the wine industry. In 1659 Anna Codorniu married Miquel Raventós and the families, each with a long wine tradition, were united.

Nowadays, Codorniu continues to control the production process of all its cavas from vineyard planting to finished product. The winery has the most modern installations and the very latest equipment.

Circuito de Catalunya

Time: from 13h30 to 15h30 (2hrs)

The Circuit offers you the chance to get inside the installations. Discover how a race is organized and controlled, where the mechanics work, and access to all confined spaces.

The Circuit Barcelona-Catalunya at Montmeló is one of the most modern race tracks in the world. Every season is hosts some of the world’s main motor racing events, including the F1 family. A team of dedicated staff and services works seamlessly behind the best-known faces, the drivers, and it would be impossible to rev up the engines for a competition without them.

You’ll visit some of the most iconic areas at the track: the briefing room, the press room, race control, the VIP room, the pit lanes, the paddoc,k, the pre-podium and of course, the podium., which you can climb onto and have your photo taken as if you’d  just won a race!

Come to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and discover all its secrets.