Lunch will be served at the conference venue for the entire week. Lunches can be purchased by individuals at facilities near the summer school venue for those who decide not to benefit from the free lunch included in the registration fee.
The Carmen de la Victoria has wifi connection. The configuration data will be given to participants when they register at the summer school.
The local currency is the Euro
The weather in Granada in July is moderately hot. Mean temperature during the day is 30 degrees Celsius. After sunset it cools down, and this is the time to go out and enjoy the fantastic nights of this dream medieval town.
Granada is known for its wonderful Andalusian food. Delegates will find a large number of restaurants close to the School venue.
Opening hours for banks in Granada are 8:30-14:00. Most banks are closed on weekends, though you may find that some open on Saturday mornings.
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The only real option for getting about Granada is by bus or taxi. Driving is not recommended, as the streets are highly congested and most tourist areas are either very tight or pedestrianised. Several bus routes cover the main areas of the city and run at all hours of the day, while taxis are affordable, congregate at the main tourist hotspots and can also be hailed from any street. Walking seems to be the most popular option for getting about, so long as your hotel is in a touristy area. Visitors planning on seeing the main sights, including the Albaicín and the Alhambra areas, should stick to walking, as much of these areas are pedestrianised and trying to park cars here can be very difficult. If you want to visit areas of greater Granada, making use of buses and taxis is the way to go.