From Thursday, 8 October
to Saturday, 10 October 2020
14055 Berlin, Germany
The official language of the EAO-DGI congress is English and sessions held in the main room will be translated into German.
DGI sessions will be held in German but will be translated into English.
The EAO and the DGI are glad to invite USA and Russia as invited countries during this congress in Berlin. American and Russian delegates will be offered registration fees at discounted rates which are normally reserved for EAO and DGI members.
The German capital is a melting pot of ideas and innovation; a city of diversity, contrasts and a vibrant creative metropolis. Berlin has an eventful history, a pulsating lifestyle, and has reinvented itself as a cosmopolitan city with a unique flair. The city is also regarded as one of Europe‘s most important cultural centres; and when it comes to dining, Berlin has every taste covered with a diverse culinary offering. Open-minded and intriguing, multi-cultural and multi-lingual, but also with an outstanding infrastructure; Berlin has continued to evolve at a pace unmatched by almost any other city since German unification.
The whole world celebrated as the Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago on 9th November 1989, enabling Berliners from east and west to embrace each other freely. The German capital is an authentic historic place, an ever-changing city that continues to be shaped by its moving story. The city where east and west were once divided by an iron curtain has now become a centre for talent, technology, and tolerance. Berlin has evolved to be a creative and digital hub with an exceptional start-up scene and in addition, it is home to prestigious international research institutes and universities.
Berlin is like a magnet! The city’s diversity and innovative power have helped to create a positive, international image and play a very important role for events.
The CityCube is located at the station “Messe Süd” in the Westend district of Berlin, connected to the city centre by the S-Bahn city rail (lines or direction Spandau).
Berlin's airports Schönefeld and Tegel are both very well connected to the city centre of Berlin and the surrounding area. Tegel airport is located in Berlin's northern district Reinickendorf and is closer to the city than the airport in Schönefeld. Schönefeld airport has a railway station that provides excellent connections (regional and S-Bahn trains) to Berlin's centre.
Special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines
Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines offer a comprehensive global route network linking major cities around the world. We offer special prices and conditions to participants, visitors, exhibitors, invited guests as well as employees of the Contracting partner and their travel companions.
To make a reservation, please click on www.lh.com/event-flight-booking and enter the access code FRZLPGQ in the "Offer for discounted flights" area. This will open an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available.
NOTE: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open.
These promotional fares are also available through your IATA / ARC travel agent. Travel agents can obtain ticketing instructions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and providing the access code as a reference.