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June 22-25, 2017
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General Information

VENUE

Lisbon Congress Center

Praça das Indústrias,

1300-307 Lisboa,

Portugal

Tel: +(351) 213601400

Fax: +(351) 213601499

Website : www.lisboacc.pt

Contact : lisboacc@aip.pt 

Lisboa Congress Centre is situated by the Tagus River, near one of the best known monuments of the city of Lisbon, the Belém Tower, a few minutes away from the city centre in an area served by many alternative means of transportation, the Lisboa Congress Centre is an inviting space for anyone wishing to hold congresses, conferences, meetings or exhibitions.

 

 

SECRETARIAT

Anne Flore Bidart, MD

E-mail: cipp@cipp-meeting.org

Website: www.cipp-meeting.org

 

 

ORGANIZERS

Medi@xa

18 Rue Masséna · 06000 Nice, France

Tel: +33 497 038 597 - Fax: +33 497 038 598

E-mail: abidart@mediaxa.com

 

CLIMATE

Lisbon is Portugal’s capital and largest city. It is located along Portugal’s Atlantic coast where the Tagus River flows into the sea. Lisbon has a warm Mediterranean climate with many bright and sunny days. The city’s climate is influenced by the warm Gulf Stream current that crosses the Atlantic from North America.

 

REGULATIONS FOR FOREING VISITORS TO LISBON, PORTUGAL

Entry into Portugal by foreign citizens who are nationals of third states is decided on based on the reason for their visit and the amount of time that they stay. For short stays, foreign citizens must meet the requirements of the Schengen rules. For long stays of more than three months, the requirements of Portuguese legislation in force must be met.

If you intend to visit Portugal for the purpose of tourism, and you are a national of a country subject to a visa requirementfor entry into the Schengen area, you must request a Schengen visa prior to your trip from an embassy or consulate in the area where you live, or from the embassy of a Schengen country representing Portugal for this purpose.

Aside from tourism, the Schengen visa also allows entry to Portugal for foreign citizens travelling on business or for professional, family, scientific, cultural, sporting, political or religious reasons.

 

CURRENCY

In Portugal, as in most of  Western Europe, the official currency is the Euro (€). Money is best exchanged at bureaux de change and banks. There are also ATMs everywhere to withdraw cash, and in many shops and restaurants you can pay by card.

 

LIABILITY AND INSURANCE

The Meeting Secretariat and organizers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss or damage to private property of participants and accompanying persons, either during or indirectly arising from the CIPP XVI.


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