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Register to Skål World Congress!

Join the 82 Skål International World Congress 2023 in the beautiful city of Málaga! From November 1st to 6th, the Andalusian city will become the epicenter of business opportunities and the celebration of lasting friendships.


Frequently Asked Questions


Until when can I register?

The deadline for registration is September 15th. We highly recommend registering before this date to secure your spot at the congress without any additional charges. After September 15th, a 10% increase will be applied to the registration fees, and hotel availability will be limited and subject to availability upon request. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and register early to guarantee your participation and preferred hotel accommodations.

When do I need to make the full payment?

Payment for your pre-registration must be made before August 31st. To secure your participation and ensure a seamless experience at the congress, we kindly request that you complete your payment by this deadline. Please note that your registration will only be considered complete once payment has been received. Don’t delay, make your payment before August 31st to secure your place at the Skål International World Congress 2023.

How do I make my payment?

You can make your payment for the congress registration through the secure PayPal platform. Whether you prefer to use a credit card or have a PayPal account, the payment process is simple and convenient. Please note that there is a 4% transaction fee associated with the payment to cover processing costs. Rest assured that PayPal provides a safe and reliable method for completing your payment. Follow the instructions provided on the registration page to proceed with the payment and secure your participation at the Skål International World Congress 2023.

When will be ready the Pre & Post Tours registration?

The registration for the Pre and Post tours will be available as soon as possible. Our team is diligently working on finalizing the details to open the registration for these exciting tours. We appreciate your patience, and we assure you that we are making every effort to make the registration available as soon as we can. Stay tuned for updates, and we look forward to providing you with the opportunity to register for these enriching experiences.

Useful Info

How is the weather in Málaga?

The weather in Malaga is one of the main attractions when choosing the city as a tourist destination. It is also an essential reason why Malaga has risen as a destination for Sol in the minds of all Europe. First of all, it is not unreasonable to say that there is not really a bad month to travel to Malaga.  

The climate of Malaga is very mild in winter, with very mild minimum temperatures. Summers are moderated by the city’s proximity to the sea. Precipitation is low, with an annual average of 469.2 mm. The highest rainfall occurs between November and March, with the summer being very dry. On average, 70.9 rainy days are recorded during the year. 

Malaga has an average of 2,901 hours of sunshine per year. The maximum value corresponds to July, with 354 hours, and the minimum to December, with 167 hours. This, together with its mild temperatures, make the climate of Malaga ideal in the winter and very pleasant in autumn and spring. 

November, is one of the months of transition in the city. It is no longer possible to go to the beach but travellers looking for cultural tourism can enjoy the great advantages of the low season, such as the price and availability of city services.

What language is spoken in Malaga?

in Malaga Castilian is spoken, although rather Andalusian is spoken with touches of Malaga. The use of English among merchants is increasingly widespread, especially in the most tourist area, so it will not be difficult to communicate, but resort to the universal language: gestures. 

What is the currency used in Malaga and what is the cost of living?

The currency is the euro. Regarding prices, Malaga is the fifth city in Spain and that shows in its prices. It is not at the level of Madrid or Barcelona, but it is not as cheap as Salamanca or Granada either. Here we leave you a reference list with some prices: 

  • Metro ticket: 1,35 €. 
  • Bus ticket: 1,40 € 
  • A beer (beer): 1,40-2,00 € 
  • Taxi from the airport: 20-30 €. 
  • Dinner for two in an average restaurant: 30 €.
What are the sockets like and what is the voltage of electricity?

The type of plug in Malaga is type C which is composed of two round and parallel plugs while in the wall socket we find the two holes where it is connected.  
The voltage in Spain is 220 volts and 50 Hertz alternating current.

Visa Information

Which countries need a visa to enter Spain?

Click here for the list of third countries whose nationals are subject to the obligation to process a visa to cross the external borders.

How to enter Spain if I need a visa?
  • In order to enter Spain in 2023, a foreigner who needs a visa must process it in their country of origin or, if they are abroad, at the consulate of the country where they are in legal status, of course, meet several requirements. 
  • It should be noted that Spain is part of the Schengen area made up of 26 European countries that do not require border controls, these being: 
  • Germany, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
What requirements are established for countries whose nationals require a visa to enter Spain?
  • Be in possession of a valid and current passport or travel document. 
  • Have sufficient financial means to remain in Spain and return or transfer to another country, which translates into 108 euros for each day of stay with a minimum of 972 euros or its legal equivalent in foreign currency 
  • Have a round-trip ticket and an itinerary during your stay. 
  • Possess accommodation (hotel reservations, or letter of invitation from the National Police Corps station in the town where the family member or friend staying, or tourist circuit resides). 
  • Have travel assistance medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 euros or its equivalent in local currency. 
  • Not having an entry ban to Spain. 
  • Not pose a danger to public health, public order, national security or international relations of Spain or of other states with which Spain has an agreement in this regard.
What documentation must be contained in the visa application before the Spanish consulate?

In general, the following must be provided:

  • A recent colour passport-size photograph with a light background under the conditions required by each consulate.
  • Valid and current Original and a photocopy of the page or pages with biometric data of the passport. The passport must be valid for at least 3 months after the planned date of departure from the Schengen territory. You must have at least two blank pages. Passports issued more than 10 years ago are not accepted.
  • Travel medical. The insurance will cover repatriation expenses for medical reasons or death and emergency medical assistance or emergency hospital care during the entire period of the stay and throughout the Schengen area. The minimum coverage will be 30,000 euros or its equivalent in local currency. If a multiple-entry visa is applied for, the health insurance will be valid for the first intended trip. The applicant will undertake to take out insurance for subsequent trips.
  • Payment of the visa
  • Documents that prove the reason for the trip and the conditions of the stay, the availability of sufficient financial means, and that allow establishing the applicant’s intention to leave the Schengen area before the expiration of the visa.
  • Proof of residence in the consular The visa applicant must prove her legal residence in the country by presenting her current identity document and a photocopy of it.
  • In case you do not reside in the country, original and photocopy of your current residence The translation into Spanish will not be required except in the case of documents written in a language that is not official in the country and that the Consular Office does not know.

It is important to specify that once the file is delivered on the day of the appointment at the consulate, the Consular Office delivers an application receipt with a code that allows you to verify the status of the file processing.

Who can apply for a visa at the corresponding Spanish consulate?
  • The request will be made in person. In the case of minors, these must be requested by their legal representatives. 
  • Each consulate establishes, in general, an access to the web page through which the appointment can be made.
For how long is the Schengen visa granted?

This visa is granted for stays in the Schengen area of ​​up to 90 days (in any 180-day period) whether for tourism, business, family visits, medical treatment, studies, non-work practices or long-term volunteer activities. not exceeding 90 days, or for other non-profit activities. It also allows territorial and airport transit.

With what time should the visa application be made?

In general, it will be required between 6 months and 15 days prior to the expected date of departure.

How long does the administration have to respond to a visa application?

The consulate has a term of 15 calendar days from the date of submission of the application, a term that may be extended to 45 calendar days when additional documents are requested, or an interview is held.

What can I do if my visa application is denied?
  • In the event of a denial of the visa application, the applicant may file an appeal for reversal with the Consular Office within a month from the day following the date of receipt of the denial notification. You can also file a contentious-administrative appeal before the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid within a period of two months from the day following the date of receipt of the notification of the denial of the visa or the dismissal of the appeal for replacement. 
  • If your visa application has been denied, contact us, we are specialists in immigration matters and Spanish nationality and we can help you.
If I have been granted a visa, can I now enter Spain?
  • The granting of a visa does not imply an automatic right to enter Spain. The foreigner must comply with all the legal conditions of entry, since once the border control has been carried out, the official can deny entry to Spain, for the following reasons: 
  • If you have been previously expelled from Spain and you are within the period of entry prohibition that would have been determined in the expulsion resolution… (…) 
  •  If you have been subject to a return measure and you are within the entry ban period that would have been determined in the corresponding return agreement. 
  •  It is known that the applicant is in relation to criminal cases derived from serious common crimes, by the authorities of other countries, provided that the facts are also considered as such in Spain. 
  •  They have an express prohibition of entry, in accordance with the provisions of the law or international agreements, to which Spain is a party or in accordance with the provisions of community regulations, unless it is considered necessary to establish an exception for humanitarian or interest reasons national.
How to request an Invitation letter for a Visa application?

To request an invitation letter for your visa application, please follow these steps:

Go to the contact form on our website.
Fill in your Full Name, Date of Birth, Address, Passport number, and the dates you will be in Spain.
In the message section, clearly state that you require an invitation letter for your visa application.
Once we receive your request, we will process it promptly. The invitation letter will be sent to you via email, so please ensure that you provide a valid email address.

If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to help!