Frequently asked questions

Popular Questions

Yes, you can make your reservation here


FIP only accepts payments via Paypal and credit card. This can be a VISA or  MasterCard,  in case your country does not allow/have access to credit cards, please contact FIP Headquarters at for an alternative payment method. Please do note that an alternative payment method may involve an additional fee.
The proof should be an official document proving your student/recent graduate status. This can be for example a diploma or an official document stating your enrolment in a pharmacy study. The document does not necessarily have to be in English.
The Visa Invitation letter (also for accompanying persons) will be automatically send to your e-mail when you have successfully registered and finalized the payment. If you have not received it, please contact:
Yes, day cards can be purchased on site @ 300 Euro. Pre-registration for a day card is not possible. Please note: It is not possible to exchange a full congress pre-registration into a day card. 

Recent Questions

The Registration Desk is open during the following hours:

Saturday       08:00 - 17:00

Sunday          08:00 - 18:00

Monday        08:00 - 18:00

Tuesday        08:00 - 17:30

Wednesday  08:30 - 17:00

If you are travelling to Spain by air or sea from within the European Union or a Schengen area country, you will not be required to present a Covid-19 certificate or the SpTH health control form. However, people travelling from non-EU countries to Spain should check information on safety restrictions at the Spanish Foreign Affairs website (please find this here) as they may be required to fulfill an online traveler form (SpTH form), which is available in the said website, before arrival.

Currently, there are no COVID-19 safety requirements in Spain to attend events such as the FIP and CNF Congresses.

In Spain, wearing a face mask is mandatory when travelling on public transport, in hospitals, in health and social care institutions and in community pharmacies. It is not mandatory for children under 6 years old or for those with disabilities that make their use unfeasible or respiratory conditions that may be aggravated by the use of a mask.

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