Professional visitor is considered. professional active in the sector over 18 years. That visitors can sign up for the exhibition in the following ways:
Professional accreditation is valid for all days of the fair2. GENERAL PUBLIC:
The general public can access the fairgrounds as follows:
For general emergencies, dial 112.
To reach the airport from the BEC via public transport, take Line 2 of the Metro to San Mamés station, which connects with the Termibus bus station. Buses to the airport depart every 30 minutes. There is also a taxi rank at the north entrance to the BEC. The airport is about 20 minutes away, and the cost is around €30.
The Bilbao Exhibition Centre has lifts for accessing the complex from the car park and the exhibition halls from the central Atrium. It is a fully accessible building.
Yes, visitors, exhibitors and other users of BEC can connect to the Internet free of charge from anywhere in the exhibition site.
The service offers 2 hours connection each day at 512 K. Therefore, users requiring a service with greater capacity or for a longer time must contract it directly through the payments gateway.
To do so, the service requires basic registration details, or in other words, name, surname, mobile telephone and e-mail.
The Bilbao Exhibition Centre has indoor parking for 4000 vehicles.
Full information is available on the Addit3D website at Visitor / Getting to BEC. Click here.
From June 6th to 8th, 2017
Accreditations are e-mailed just before the date of the event, not at the time of registration. If you have still not received your accreditation by e-mail 15 days prior to the opening, please contact us on [email protected]
You are already registered on our system, so please do not attempt to re-register. Before the event, e-mail us at [email protected] and ask us to re-send your accreditation. Alternatively, go to any visitor registration desk during the event itself and give your full name and company details: we will locate you on our system and print out an accreditation for you.