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Visitors information

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Spain capital city will become from 5th to 7th of October the world cannabis capital by the hand of Spannabis.

Spannabis will be held in Pabellón de Cristal of Casa de Campo, just a few minutes from Plaza de España.

The results of the six previous fairs that we organized in Madrid suburbs, Leganés and Rivas, generated a great attendance of professionals and visitors. 

Because this edition will be held near the center of Madrid, we hope to have more attendance than in previous fairs

All information about Spannabis 2018: Timetables, prices, Exhibitors, News, Performances, Lectures, Events, Music, Discounts, How to arrive.


World Cannabis Conferences

wcc 2018LOGOThis year, together with Spannabis, the thrird edition of the World Cannabis Conferences. This will be undertaken with the assistance of high-ranking individuals from the fields of science, medicine and politics, as well as relevant members of the cannabis culture.

The World Cannabis Conferences have been set up with the aim of bringing to life all the advances and effortsconducted over the past years in the field of cannabis.

It is throughout four different thematic blocks in the format of forum (medicinal, scientific, national and international), specific conferences and the projection of audiovisual works, that we seek to deepen in the different dimensions of cannabis and its evolution.

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Glass Pavilion

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This is an emblematic building in Spain’s trade show and exhibition industry, built in 1965. It enjoys spectacular views of the Royal Palace and La Almudena Cathedral. It has a large exhibition area, split over three interconnected levels via lifts and stairways. It is connected via a tunnel to Multipurpose Pavilion I and is a unique venue to hold major themed shows and exhibitions.

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The Glass Pavilion is distributed over three interconnected floors via lifts, stairways and escalators.