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Date/Time: Monday November 15, boat tour from 19:00, dinner at 19:30
Dress code: Business attire
Transportation: All delegates should gather at Tivoli Congress Center lobby at 18:30. We will walk to the canal boat pier at Kalvebod Bølger (800 meters). 2 covered canal boats will depart from the pier (at 19:00 and 19:10) for a short canal tour. After 30 minutes boat tour, we will arrive the harbour near The Little Mermaid and it is 200 meters walk from the harbour to the restaurant. Please see the walking route from Tivoli Congress Center to Kalvebod Bølger pierHEREShuttle bus will start at 23:00 to return to Tivoli Congress Center (1 departure every 20 minutes, no fixed timing)

About Rosarium Amsterdam: Only once in 10 years the World Horticultural Exhibition ‘Floriade’ will be held. The Amstelpark was and is the showpiece of 1973. In the privacy of natural beauty and surrounded by a flowering rose garden, you feel completely distanced from the hectic environment of Amsterdam. Rosarium has been inseparable linked to the Amstelpark since the Floriade. You are more than welcome to take an evening stroll through the breathtaking Amstelpark.

In this event, you are invited to dine and mingle with your colleagues in a great venue in midst of one of Amsterdams most beautiful parks. 

Price per ticket for both conference delegates and accompanying guests:
Early bird until September 17, 2021: 159€
Standard until October 31, 2021: 169€
From November 1, 2021: 189€

Date/Time: Departure 1 - Saturday, November 13, 15:30-18:30; Departure 2 - Sunday, November 14, 11:00-14:00
Meeting Point: Meet our guide in the foyer area in front of the Tivoli Congress Center's main congress hall.

Tour Description: If you want to discover the lovely city of Copenhagen, this is a perfect opportunity. In this 3 hours bus tour, the city authorized guide will not only give you a briefing of the history and background of Denmark, show you all the must-sees, but also the authentic stories about Danes and the daily life of Copenhagen. The bus tour covering all the major attractions and sights of the Danish Capital. We will first see The Little Mermaid, inspired by H. C. Andersen's fairytale, the Gefion fountain, Kastellet (The Citadel), Amalienborg Palace – winter residence of the Royal Family where there will be restrooms and a souvenir shop. From the square in front of the Palace you can enjoy the view just across the harbor to the beautiful Royal Danish Opera house. You will also pass by some of the greatest sights like the colorful harbor district of Nyhavn, The Old Stock Exchange, the Christiansborg Palace home to the Danish Parliament and the National Museum. The famous Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Rosenborg Castle and Tivoli Gardens are of course also included in our itinerary. Tour will end at Tivoli Congress Center.

The tour includes entrance ticket to Christiansborg (subject to final confirmation), English speaking guide, bus, and 1 bottle of water per person.

Price per ticket: 59€

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 16, 09:00-15:00
Meeting Point: Meet our guide in the foyer area in front of the Tivoli Congress Center's main congress hall.

Tour Description: In this tour we will take you away from the city and explore the beautiful north part of the Sealand Island. The tour will firstly bring us up to the north, passing the Danish Riviera, offering a beautiful view of the Oresund Strait with the Swedish coast beyond. Our first stop is an inside visit at Louisiana Museum which is a leading international museum of modern art. Located on the coast, it strikes the rarest of balances between landscape, architecture, and art in a unique interaction. The museum has gained a reputation as a museum in touch with the zeitgeist of the contemporary art world and is included in the Patricia Schultz book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and ranks 85th on a list of the most visited art museums in the world.

The tour continues to Karen Blixen´s private home. Karen Blixen was a Danish poet, author and storyteller, who also wrote under the pseudonyms Isak Dinesen, Osceola and Pierre Andrezel. Karen Blixen considered themselves as storytellers and compared with Scheherazade, in A Thousand and One Nights fairy tale tells the Caliph Shahryar adventure. Everything you will see in the room is exactly as how Karen Blixen decorated, that gives a vivid impression of the writer’s day-to-day surroundings. Some of the furniture came from the farm in Africa, including Denys Finch Hatton’s favorite chair and the chest that Karen Blixen’s steward, Farah, gave her. After the visit at Karen Blixen Museum, the tour will continued back to Copenhagen and the hotel.

The tour includes English speaking guide, bus, 1 bottle of water per person and lunch bag.

Price per ticket: 99€

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