General Frequently Asked Questions
For your convenience, we've provided answers to the most frequently asked questions.
- How do I register for Breakout sessions?
- How do I register for a Techtorial?
- How do I cancel my attendance to a Techtorial?
- Can I register for more than one Techtorial?
- Can I change my Techtorial on site?
- How do I register for a Lab?
- Can I change my session selections once my personal session schedule has been finalised?
- How do I register for Cisco Career Certification tests?
- Are there any special requirements for Cisco Career Certifications Exams?
- What is the Cisco Career Certifications Testing rescheduling policy?
How do I register for Breakout sessions?
Confirmed Cisco Networkers 2008 attendees will be able to select their preferred Breakout sessions via Schedule Builder. A link to the Schedule Builder will be included in the email message confirming we've received your registration form. This will enable you to access the tool immediately. Please note that to avoid disappointment you should always book your sessions as soon as you have confirmed your registration.
How do I register for a Techtorial?
Techtorial registration is available at an extra cost when submitting your Cisco Networkers 2008 conference registration. If you submitted your conference registration without selecting a Techtorial, simply contact the Cisco Networkers Registration Team.
How do I cancel my attendance to a Techtorial?
Contact the Cisco Networkers Registration Team. The same Cancellation policy applies to Techtorials as to the conference.
Can I register for more than one Techtorial?
As Techtorials are full-day sessions you will only be able to attend one.
Can I change my Techtorial on site?
If you wish to change your Techtorial on site, please go to the Registration Desk. Techtorial modifications are subject to availability.
How do I register for a Lab?
2 or 4 hour Lab registration is available via Schedule Builder once you have completed your registration.
Can I change my session selections once my personal session schedule has been finalised?
Yes, session schedules can be updated via Schedule Builder. Sessions can also be updated on site, via the PC Stations located throughout the conference venue. Changes can be made up to 10 minutes before each session starts. However, please be aware that sessions fill up quickly.
How do I register for Cisco Career Certification tests?
Free Certification exams are limited to one exam per attendee and can be booked via Schedule Builder once you have registered. This offer ends on January 2 and Free Certification exams must booked by this date. Seats are limited and bookings are on a first come first served basis - book early to avoid disappointment. During the week of Cisco Networkers, exams that are not full can also be purchased onsite at a 50% discount.
Are there any special requirements for Cisco Career Certifications Exams?
Yes. Two forms of identification will be required at the Cisco Career Certifications Testing Centre. Both forms of identification must have matching signatures and one must have a current photograph, e.g. passport and driving licence.
What is the Cisco Career Certifications Testing rescheduling policy?
You will be able to reschedule or cancel your Cisco Career Certifications test through Schedule Builder.
Cisco Networkers secured preferential rates at a number of hotels situated around the CCIB are now FULLY BOOKED.
Please contact Barcelona's local tourist board in order to book your accommodation for Cisco Networkers. Their website will provide you with a detailed search of all available hotels within Barcelona.
If you are planning to attend a Techtorial, you will need to arrive in Barcelona on Sunday January 20, 2008 as Techtorials start early on Monday January 21, 2008.
If you are just planning to attend the Cisco Networkers Main Conference, we would advise you to register and collect your conference pack on Monday January 21, 2008 (evening), so you are ready for your sessions on Tuesday January 22, 2008 (morning).
- All hotels listed are within walking distance to the CCIB
- All communications regarding your hotel booking should be sent to the hotel directly
- If you cancel your attendance to the event, please ensure you also cancel your hotel booking. The two processes are not linked.
- Please note the cancellation policies listed on the booking form
Should you need any assistance, please contact the Cisco Networkers Registration Team at: +44 (0) 20 8879 2421 or via email email@example.com
- Which airport do I fly to?
- How long does it take to get to/from the airport and how much does it cost?
- Is there an additional transportation service available?
- Where can I find Barcelona City Information?
- Who can I contact if I have further questions?
Which airport do I fly to?
Barcelona Airport in Spain
How long does it take to get to/from the airport and how much does it cost?
- 30 minutes in a taxi, 30km to CCIB (Cisco Networkers venue)
- Estimated taxi fare: 40 Euros
Is there an additional transportation service available?
No transportation has been organised
Where can I find Barcelona City Information?
Visit the Barcelona Tourist Board
Who can I contact if I have further questions?
Bordered by France to the north and the rest of Spain to the south, the "autonomous" region known as Catalonia is captured in its distinctive essence by its capital city - Barcelona. Very much a thriving part of democratic Spain, Barcelona and Catalonia have always been recognised, within Spain, as a culturally and linguistically unique entity.
Like so many major European cities, much of Barcelona's genuine charm and appeal is discovered below the surface. The 1992 Olympic Games may have provided Barcelona with a shiny facelift and jumpstarted a new entrepreneurial spirit, yet the city's timeless appeal is found on one's two feet. There is no better way, than walking, in which to explore the city's historic streets and alley ways, and to rub shoulders with Barcelona's sophisticated and friendly citizenry. Barcelona has become a destination for leisure travellers as well as the traditional business activity with a historic city centre and noteworthy cultural and architectural attractions.
The City has always known how to make the most of great historic events in order to launch itself into the future: the 1888 Universal Exhibition, the 1929 International Exhibition, the 1992 Olympic Games and 2004's International Forum of Culture. This traditional dynamism on the part of Barcelona has pervaded its urban and economic development. No other European city, except for Paris and Berlin, experienced such a large-scale transformation throughout the eighties - a momentum that has been maintained and continues into the future.
Above all, however, Barcelona boasts a new seafront area, which makes it the only great European metropolis which lives facing the sea. La Rambla leads down to the refurbished Port Vell which has become the city's new leisure area through the construction of the IMAX cinema, the shopping and leisure complex Maremagnum and the giant Aquarium. The new restaurants and night-time bars in the Olympic Marina exist side by side with pleasure cruisers and yachts, beaches, parks, offices and patios.