On Monday, 7th September, a Welcome reception is offered
- Location: Böcklsaal
- Welcome starts at 19:00
Vienna Riddle Rally
On Wednesday, 9th September, for participants who wants to discover Vienna and seeing the city from a new perspective.
Equipped with a map of the city and a game plan, you explore a course through the center of Vienna. In order to reach the next stop, you have to solve riddles. You are led by many famous places, magnificent buildings, beautiful gardens and the most important sightseeing spots.
This additional event is included in the conference fee, but it is required to sign up at the registration due to the limited number (75) of places available.
- Location: Start/end at the "Stephansplatz"
- Starts at 14:00
- Duration: 2.5 hours
National Library guided tour
On Wednesday, 9th September, for participants who wants dive into the fascinating world of the Austrian National Library.
You will visit one of the most beautiful historical library halls - the "Prunksaal" - in the world. During special exhibitions in the "Prunksaal", you also get an overview of the current exhibition in addition to the guided tour of the "Prunksaal".
This additional event is included in the conference fee, but it is required to sign up at the registration due to the limited number (25) of places available.
- Location: Austrian National Library, Josefplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
- Starts at 14:30
- Duration: 1 hour
On Wednesday, 9th September, we'll go for a social dinner
- Heuriger Fuhrgassl-Huber
Neustift am Walde 68, 1190 Vienna
- Departure/return place: near the conference venue (by bus)
- Departure time: 19:00
- Return from the heurigen: 22:30
- Can be reached by underground U4 (direction Heiligenstadt) to Spittelau , then change to bus 35A (direction Salmannsdorf) Neustift am Walde; takes approx. 45 minutes
- Dinner starts at 19:30
The Heurigen Reception at the Winery Fuhrgassl-Huber will be offered by the mayor and govenor of Vienna and the local organizing committee, which includes a “Heurigen” buffet, wine, and other drinks. A “Heuriger” is a typical Austrian wine tavern which is traditionally run by a wine farmer who sells his own wine. Located in the heart of Neustift am Walde between vineyards and the Vienna Woods the Winery Fuhrgassl-Huber with its cosy parlours and romantic patio has been a popular wine tavern for almost 30 years.
The architect of the Winery Fuhrgassl-Huber was Professor Walter von Hoesslin, the stage designer of the Vienna Opera House.