Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2
104 62 Stockholm, Sweden
The conference will be held in English.
18 August 2018 - 19.30 - 21.30
Welcome reception at München Bryggeriet.
20 August 2018 - 19.00 - 21.00
Welcome reception at the City Hall of Stockholm (limited space)
The ENFC participants are warmly invited by the City of Stockholm for a Welcome Reception at our famous City Hall (Stadshuset) on 20 August 2018 from 19.00 - 21.00. Annually the Nobel Prize banquet is held at the City Hall. Our welcome reception will include a small buffet and a guided tour of the City Hall. Registration is required, maximally 300 people can participate, and the list will be filled on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. One spouse/significant other per participant is allowed. Welcome! Read more here: http://international.stockholm.se/the-city-hall/
21 August 2018 -19.30 - 23.00
Congress dinner at München Bryggeriet. The dinner is not included in the registration fee and costs 868,75 SEK per person. Tickets can be bought through the online registration.
Without a shadow of a doubt, Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Built on no fewer than fourteen islands, where the fresh water of Lake Mälaren meets the brackish Baltic Sea, clean air and open space are in plentiful supply here.
One-third of the area within the city limits is made up of water, while another third comprises parks and woodlands. As a result, the capital is one of Europe’s saner cities and a delightful place in which to spend time.
For most visitors, the first stop is the Old Town, Gamla Stan, with its cobbled streets and narrow alleyways. Close by is the tiny island of Skeppsholmen; conveniently, the island is also the site of the two most central youth hostels.
Norrmalm, downtown Stockholm, is where you’ll find shopping malls, huge department stores and conspicuous, showy wealth. Central Station and the lively central park, Kungsträdgården, are located here too. Most of Stockholm’s museums and galleries are spread across this area and two others: to the east, the more residential Östermalm, with its mix of grand avenues and smart houses; and to the southeast, the green park island of Djurgården.
Stockholm has attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest – and most of them are within walking distance. For more information please visit the official tourist information web site: www.visitstockholm.com