Madrid is a vibrant tourist city that is one of the top tourist destinations in the world.

Madrid, being part of Europe, has one of the world’s largest international airports and with good flight connections.

Madrid also has an emotional and spiritual connection with Latin America. Spain is a natural bridge to Europe and the rest of the world for Latin America.

Madrid is also geographically close to Africa. Millions of people each year cross over by boat between Spain and northern Africa. Spain even has two cities that are geographically within Northern Africa. (Ceuta and Melilla).

Spain is also home to some of Europe’s fastest growing churches and, as a whole, the Assemblies of God of Spain is one of the fastest growing church movements in Europe.

Madrid is an international and cosmopolitan city with a rich history and is filled with tourist attractions that foster the presence of travellers. Prices in Spain are some of the most economical within Europe.

We believe that the 9th World Assemblies of God Congress will be a unique event for our churches, be welcome to Madrid for “Unlimited 2020: Unleashing Our Potential”!


Spain was one of the first parties to join the Schengen Agreement, which abolished internal borders, enabling passport-free movement between a large number of European countries. If you’re a citizen of a non-Schengen country, you must check, with enough time in advance, with the Spanish Embassy in your home country whether you need a visa.

More information about Entry Requirements:

If you need to request an Invitation Letter, please check the “Info” section on the website.


If you are coming from a country considered as having ‘moderate’ risk for yellow fever, make sure that you bring your vaccination certificate. It may be requested at your entry into the country.


As in most EU countries, Spain’s official currency is the Euro (€). More information about currency exchange, credit/debit card, and related topics can be found here:


We recommend coming prepared for a mild winter weather. For more information  CLICK HERE


Public transportation functions regularly in Madrid, and includes a widespread network of metro, bus and train. In addition, the taxis are a safe and reliable method of transportation in Madrid.

The Apps “Citymapper” and “Madrid Metro Bus Cercanías” will help you get around Madrid.

You can see and download the Madrid Metro Map here:


The electric network in Spain operates at 220 volts and 50 hertz. The plugs have two round pins and an additional ground pin. A standard travel adaptor plug will enable you to use appliances from abroad. Most hotels will supply you with one.


In Madrid you’ll find one of the safest tap waters in Spain. The capital’s excellent drinking water comes directly from Sierra Norte to the points of consumption.