Venue Information

Event Venue

The conference is going to be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The exact venue (hotel address) for the conference will be updated soon.

Transport

Amsterdam transportation is usually cultured and well organized. Amsterdam is a wonderfully walkable city, with most major sites in or near the city center. For attractions that are further away the public transport is excellent.

  • Amsterdam airport transportation: A direct railway line connects the International Airport with Amsterdam Central Station and is the fastest and most convenient form of transport to the city center. Business limousines taxi is a luxurious type of Amsterdam airport transfer. Amsterdam Airport Shuttles depart every 10 minutes, with services to more than 100 hotels throughout the city
  • Amsterdam Metro system currently has four lines in service that can quickly take you to the distant suburban areas of the city. Three of the Amsterdam metro lines begin their journeys from Central Station
  • Amsterdam Trams provide an interesting way to get around Amsterdam and run regularly until 12:15 am
  • Amsterdam Buses are primarily used to reach outlying suburbs during the day. Night buses are available after the trams have stopped running and are available from 12:30 am until 7 am
  • Amsterdam Ferries can transport you through and along the Amstel river and can be an interesting addition to your stay in Amsterdam

About City

Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, legendary for its inventive heritage, elaborate canal system, and slender homes with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th century Golden Age.

Each area of Amsterdam has its own character and charm, and a singular type of retailers, restaurants, cafes, museums, and attractions. Take time to find the city's hidden treasures in Amsterdam's neighbourhoods. Top delightful things to do and see includes, Discovering the secret courtyard of Begijnhof, Learning about Amsterdam’s past at the Stadsarchief, Enjoying a sunny day at the Blijburg beach, Taking some time to relax at the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam, Getting lost in the world of film at the EYE Film Institute Nederlands, Chilling out at Vondelpark, Biking or walking around the Noord area, Enjoying a mix of cultures at Oosterpark.

Some 150 years after her industrial bloom, Amsterdam is once again a town of makers. Anne Frank is one amongst Amsterdam’s best-known historical figures. The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch. The majority of Amsterdam’s residents speak English well. The Dutch royal house continues to play a vital role in modern society and politics within the Netherlands. Alongside tulips and windmills, the global image of Amsterdam is one of a city entwined with water. Since its development within the seventeenth century, Amsterdam’s Canal Ring has grown to be one of the world’s most unique urban landscapes. An introduction, a slogan and a physical icon - I Amsterdam is the city's and its residents' collective catchphrase.

From its humble beginnings as a 13th-century fishing village on a watercourse bed to its current role as a significant hub for business, tourism, and culture, Amsterdam has had a strong tradition as a centre of culture and commerce.

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