Social Program


Our delegates are cordially invited to several social events. Click on the below dates to read more.

Introduction tour to Copenhagen in the afternoon

Time: To be confirmed
Price: To be confirmed
Dress code: Casual

Optional dinner at Copenhagen BrewPub


BrewPub is an innovative microbrewery with own restaurant and bar, right in the heart of Copenhagen and in walking distance of the city hall. It is situated in a historic 17th century building just off the main square (Rådhuspladsen). In the beer garden in the brewery courtyard provides atmospheric surroundings.
Time: To be confirmed
Price: 650 DKK for a 3-course menu including beer or wine
Dress code: Casual

Opening reception

Time and venue: To be confirmed
Price: free
Dress code: Casual

Conference dinner at Langelinie Pavillonen

There is history in every part of Langelinie Pavillonen. From the sound of dancing shoes on shiny floors at parties at the end of the 19th century on the first pavilion at Langelinie no. 10, to the blast that sound when the second pavilion was blown up during the final schalburgtage of the 2nd world war and to the current third pavilion that we hope to preserve for all posterity.
The current Langelinie Pavillonen is designed by architect couple Eva and Niels Koppel, two of the most prominent postwar Danish architects. In the 1930’s and 40’s they spent some time working in other Nordic countries and were influenced by the architectural expressions of the time, among others by Alvar Aalto. In 1954 the couple won a competition arranged by the City of Copenhagen and the modernistic pavilion was built in 1956-58.
Time: To be confirmed
Price: free
Dress code: Smart casual

 

About Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark, with an urban population of 1.2 million. Copenhagen is situated on the islands of Zealand and Amager.

 
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