Social events

All the social events must be booked when you register for the Congress

Medinfo2013 Opening Session will take place at Bella Center on Tuesday 20 August at 16:00.

Welcome Reception  Tuesday 20 August at 18:15 is included in the registration fee. The reception will take place in the Exhibition area right after the opening.

Welcome to Copenhagen Reception at the Town Hall of Copenhagen will take place August 21 at 19:00. Free of charge - but limited access.

Medinfo2013 Gala Dinner will take place on Thursday 22 August at Langelinie Pavillionen. Price 730 DKK.

 

Information about the events:

Opening reception: Welcome to medinfo2013

A light refreshment and a drink will be available in the exhibition area when the opening ceremony ends at 18:15. We encourage all participants to visit the exhibition. The welcome reception closes at 20:00.


Welcome to the Gala Dinner at Langelinie Pavillionen




Thursday 22nd of August at 19:00

To explore the Danish culture the Langelinie pavilion is the obvious choice. The bright and welcoming rooms of the pavillion are fitted and furnished with the very finest Danish design. You’ll find magnificent artichoke and plate lamps designed by Poul Henningsen especially designed for Langeline Pavillionen. You can also enjoy other interior design like the Arne Jacobsen chairs, Børge Morgensen sofas and Else Alfelts imposing glass mosaics. Enjoy a glass of wine sitting in the Arne Jacobsen chair, viewing the panoramic of the harbor and feeling the Danish culture in this lovely surroundings while tasting the exceptional culinary food.

You can book the bus at the register page that takes you from and to Langelinie Pavillionen from Bella Center and København H (Central Station). The bus time table can be found at the Congrex registration desk.

Welcome to enjoy a three course Gala dinner in the beautiful surroundings of Langelinie Pavillionen

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Copenhagen, Reception at Town Hall of Copenhagen



Wednesday 21st August at 19:00 

The Town Hall with its hard, national romantic-style is a monumental building in the centre of Copenhagen. It’s the seat of Copenhagen’s political leadership and is the central of administration. It was designed by the architect Martin Nyrop that was inspired by the Town Hall of Siena in Italy. At the slim clock tower you’ll find the unique clock designed by the Danish astromechanic, Jens Olsen. This clock displays not only the time locally but also the solar time, sunrise and sunset, and even the Gregorian calendar. The tower is the tallest buildings in the low city of Copenhagen with its 105,6 metres. You can climb the clock tower for a great view of the city.

Directions to Town Hall from Bella Center: At Bella Center take the metro, M1 towards Vanløse (10 min, 6 stop) then walk to Nørreport and take bus 14 from there towards Jydeholmen/Åklekistev (4 min, 2 stop) and then walk to Rådhuspladsen (300 m, 4 min).

Directions to Town Hall from Köbenhavn H (Central station): Walking distance is 1,2 km (15 min). If you prefer to take the bus, take the nr 10 from Hovedbanegård/Reventlowsg towards Rådhuspladsen (4 min, 1 stop) and then walk from the stop to Rådhuspladsen (550 m, 7 min)

Welcome to the Town Hall where you will be served the famous pancakes with a glass of wine.

 

Download PDF welcome reception at the townhall

Download PDF Gala dinner at Langelinje Pavillionen

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