Boasting balmy winters and warm summers, Lisbon is a modern welcoming city offering rich picturesque vistas and unique sites. Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of history. Lisbon is known as the White City, thanks to its unique luminosity.

The best way to get in Lisbon from most European cities is by plane. Lisbon International Airport (Aeroporto da Portela) is about 4km northeast of the city centre and have direct flights to major cities in Europe, Africa and Americas. Lisbon is easily accessible by train (CP), car or boat. Extensive information for travelers can be found in the Turismo de Lisboa or in Go Lisbon websites.

The’11 International Conference will take place at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian conference center. Located in the city center, near Praça de Espanha, at a walking distance of public transport (metro, bus), hotels, restaurants, museums and shopping areas, the premises include a large auditorium, a space for temporary exhibitions, a congress area with auditoriums and other rooms, as well as a large building that houses the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the Art Library. The entire complex is set in the Gulbenkian Park.

Av. de Berna, 45A
1067-001 Lisboa
Tel: + 351 217 823 000
Fax: + 351 217 823 021

By public transport
Metro: S. Sebastião Station (Blue and Red lines)
Carris Buses: 716, 718, 726, 742, 746, 756 (Bus Lines)
Taxi: From the airport to the hotels or conference venue, attendees can take a taxi, which should cost less than 10€.