European Conference on Embolotherapy

June 22-25 | Nice, France

Mastering Embolisation

June 22-25 | Nice, France

Mastering Embolisation

June 22-25 | Nice, France

Mastering Embolisation

June 22-25 | Nice, France

June 22-25 | Nice, France

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Venue and transportation

Venue

Palais des Congres Nice Acropolis
1 Esplanade Kennedy
06300 Nice
France

Getting to the Congress

The congress will take place at the Nice Acropolis Convention Centre, which offers more than ample space for presentations, meetings, and networking.

Nice is easy to access, with France’s second-largest airport, Nice Côte d’Azur, connecting the city with direct service to 90 cities in 40 countries.

ET delegates will enjoy a complimentary travel pass allowing unlimited travel on all routes provided by Lignes d’Azur.

From the airport, the newly opened tramline 2 will bring you to the centre of town from either terminal in 26 minutes.

The Nice Airport Bus will also bring you directly to the city centre for at a cost of €6. Tickets may be purchased inside the airport or upon boarding the bus, which departs from either terminal.

Upon arrival at the main train station, tramway 1 in the direction of “Hôpital Pasteur” will bring you to the doorstep of the congress centre (Acropolis).

Taxies are also available outside of both terminals for an average cost of €35-45 to the city.

The centre is also easily accessible by car from the A8 motorway. Take exit 50 towards “Nice Centre” and the “Promenade des Anglais”; then follow the signs for “Acropolis.”

Nice la Belle

Located along the French Rivera on the Mediterranean Sea, Nice is one of France’s top destinations for both business and leisure travel. With a vibrant yet compact city centre, a wealth of history dating back to its foundation by ancient Greeks, and near constantly pleasant weather, Nice is nicknamed “Nice la Belle” – Nice the Beautiful.

The congress will doubtlessly be enriched by this picturesque, relaxing location. After a long day, delegates can relax by the beach, or take a seat at one of the cafes in the town’s many colourful squares.

Local food has a distinctly Mediterranean flavour. Popular local dishes include “Pissaladière”, a tart made with onions and anchovies, or “Farcis Niçoise”, made with vegetables stuffed with a mixture of ground meat and sausage, breadcrumbs and herbs. Internationally known dishes, such as ratatouille and salade niçoise also hail from the city. For the most part, food is local and seasonal.

After Paris, Nice has the largest concentration of hotels in France, most of which are located in the city centre within walking distance of the congress. This ensures that delegates will find their stay in town both pleasant and convenient.

Organising Secretariat

CIRSE – Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe
Neutorgasse 9, 1010 Vienna, Austria
www.cirse.org

Tel: 0043 1 904 2003
Fax: 0043 1 904 2003 30
Email: [email protected]