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La Magdalena Palace

The Peninsula of La Magdalena covers an approximate area of 25 hectares. It is one of the topographical projections of the Bay of Santander, the largest estuary in Cantabria. Access to the Peninsula, is usually gained via Reina Victoria Avenue and Juan de Borb√≥n Street, which give direct access to the entrance of the public park, located to the West of the Peninsula, at its narrowest part. Admission to the enclosure is free from 8 to 22 hours, and cars are not allowed unless they have a specific authorization. Read more…

Santander, an ideal city for a conference

Santander, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Cantabria, is a modern cosmopolitan city with a rich historical past. Santander is set around a natural port, providing the city with one of the most beautiful bays in the country which does not leave any of the approaching visitors indifferent. From the beautiful Bay of Santander, which bathes the southern area of the city, till the Lighthouse, passing along the majestic Sardinero and La Magdalena Peninsula, Santander city offers one of the best scenarios in the world. Read more…

University of Cantabria

University of Cantabria (UC) is a young modern public institution whose main purpose is to contribute to social progress through a firm commitment to teaching and scientific excellence, which have made the UC outstanding among Spanish universities due to its quality and scientific productivity. Since its creation in 1972, has provided a university education for more than 36,000 students. Currently, the number of students exceeds 13,000 while teaching and general staff are over 1,400 people. Read more…

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