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IAF ILAC ANNUAL MEETINGS

Milan | Wednesday 28 October to Friday 6 November 2015

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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Social events at the IAF-ILAC 2015 Annual Meetings

 

Welcome Reception – 29 October 2015

Italian Pavillion at the Expo 2015

Note: Due to high demand and to the capacity policy of the Venue, we had to close registration to the Welcome Reception for daily registrants and accompanying people for the time being.
Registration may re-open only through possible defection.
We apologize for this inconvenience and remain at your full disposal for any enquiry you may need at milanmeetings@thetriumph.com

padiglione-italia

Read more at www.padiglioneitaliaexpo2015.com

Signing Ceremony & Farewell Reception – 5 November 2015

National Museum of Science and Technology “Leonardo Da Vinci” in the beautiful “Sala delle Colonne”

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Read more at www.museoscienza.org/english

– Tours and excursions
A desk offering tours and excursions tips for the city or its surrounding is available at the Concierge desk in the hotel. Accompanying person can make the most of their stay.

TOURIST OFFICES IN MILAN

1) Central Tourist Office APT – (Azienda di Promozione Turistica)

Via Marconi 1 (corner Piazza Duomo)
Metro line 1 (red line) Exit Duomo or Metro line 3 (yellow) Exit Duomo
open Mon – Fri 8:45am – 1pm and 2–5:45pm, Sat and Sun 9am – 1pm and 2 – 4:45pm.
Phone +39 02 72524300 fax +39 02 72524350

2) Tourist office at the Central Railway Station

On the first floor, near the ‘Gran Bar’
open Mon – Sat 8am-7pm, Sun 9am – 12:30pm and 1:30 – 6pm.
Phone +39 02 72524360
Metro line 2 (green) Exit Stazione Centrale FS or Metro line 3 (yellow) Exit Stazione Centrale FS

3) Tourist office by Milan’s Provincial Authorities and Chamber of Commerce near the Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello 1 (corner Via Beltrami)

Phone. +39 02 80580614, fax +39 02 80580615
open Mon – Sat 9am – 6pm.

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Getting around
If you plan to extend your stay in Italy, do not forget that Milan is a gateway to the rest of the country.
Just some distances:
Pavia – 35 km south – 20 min by train
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Bologna – 216 km south-east – 1 hour by high-speed train
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Lake Como – 50 km north – 1 hour by train
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Florence – 307 km south-east – 1,5 hour by high-speed train
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Rome – 476 km south-east – 3 hours by high-speed train
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Venice – 244 km east – 2,5 hours by high-speed train
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