Opening time
The building where the courses are held will open at 9.15 a.m.

Attendance records
Participants will have to sign the attendance sheets every day in the morning and afternoon.

You need to attend at least 80% of the course hours in order to receive the attendance certificate.

It is important that you wear comfortable clothes and shoes that let you move around easily.

The sessions may not be photographed or recorded without the authorisation of the trainer.

Public transport
• FGC train: lines S1, S2, S5, S6 and S7
• RENFE cercanías (short distance) trains: line R8
• Buses from other towns: Sarbus/Soler i Sauret WEB
• Local buses: WEB

Parking (for private vehicles)
There’s an area where you can park for free behind the Conservatory, close to the ESADE business school, although it’s not always easy to find a space (and during the festival, the town will also be holding its “Festa Major” celebrations). So if you’re coming by car, we recommend leaving yourself plenty of time to find somewhere to park.
Blue zone parking spaces are free on Saturdays and Sundays.

Lunch break
During the lunch break (from 2 to 3.30 p.m.) the Conservatory will be closed

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About Sant Cugat
Sant Cugat is a town on the northern slopes of the Collserola hills,that combines tradition and modernity. As well as its many Catalan Modernist buildings, it is also home to a monastery dating from the 9th century. It is a town with a strong commitment to music, sport and popular culture, with a municipal conservatory and symphonic orchestra, a high-performance sports centre and groups of “castellers” and sardana dancers.


Sant Cugat “Festa Major” (Friday 29 June)
On 29 June, to celebrate the day of its patron saint, St Peter, Sant Cugat del Vallès will be getting into the party spirit for its “Festa Major”. There are a whole load of activities lined up! Whether you’re staying in nearby towns or in Sant Cugat itself, after the training sessions you’ll be able to let your hair down and enjoy the festivities.