The venue for the 37th EACTS Annual Meeting is the Austria Center Vienna.
Austria Center Vienna
Internationales Amtssitz- und Konferenzzentrum Wien, AG
A-1220 Vienna, Austria
Phone: +43 1 260 69 0
ACV – Austria Center Vienna is right in the centre of Vienna, just 7 minutes from the historic city centre on the underground. The venue is right next door to the UN headquarters (Vienna International Centre) and is located next to the Danube and the Donaupark, Vienna’s largest park.
Please click here for details on getting to the Austria Center Vienna.
|Tuesday 3 October||16:00-18:00|
|Wednesday 4 October||08:00-18:00|
|Thursday 5 October||07:00-18:00|
|Friday 6 October||07:45-18:00|
|Saturday 7 October||08:00-15:45|
* Please note timings are subject to change. Further details on registration can be found HERE.
|Wednesday 4 October||11:00-18:00 Techno College|
|Thursday 5 October||08:15-17:30|
|Friday 6 October||08:15-17:30|
|Saturday 7 October||08:30-15:30|
* Please note timings are subject to change. Further details on the scientific programme can be found HERE.
Please book your accommodation through our officially appointed supplier:
For your hotel reservation in Vienna, Austropa Interconvention is appointed as Official Housing Bureau of the 37th EACTS Annual Meeting (2023).
A number of hotel rooms at preferential rates in different price categories have been reserved in Vienna and surrounding areas for EACTS 2023 delegates.
For any information and/or group reservation please contact email@example.com
Due to limited room availability, it is advised that you make your reservation as early as possible in order to have the best choice of available hotels.
*Further details will be released soon on making accommodation reservations*
VIENNA CITY TAX
Ortstaxe is a local tourist tax used to help finance the Vienna tourist board. The city of Vienna requires hotels, B&Bs, and anyone offering any kind of temporary accommodation to charge you this Ortstaxe.
The Ortstaxe rate at the time of writing is 3.2% of the accommodation cost (after taking off sales tax, the cost of breakfast and then 11% of the remaining amount).
Airport – Vienna International airport (VIE)
Vienna International Airport is 14km and approximately a 25-minute taxi away from the Austria Center Vienna. There are coaches and buses that run regularly from the centre of Vienna to the airport.
Banks & Exchange – Most banks in Vienna are generally open Monday to Friday from 08:00 – 12:30 and from 13:30 -15:00, and until 17:30 on Thursdays. In the city centre (1st district), almost all banks are open over lunchtime. Most are closed on Saturdays and Sunday. Most banks give you access to ATM/cash machine, deposit machine, and other necessities in their foyer via a debit/credit card.
Credit Cards – Visa and Mastercard are accepted in most places. Please note smaller places (especially restaurants) do not accept credit cards.
Currency – Euro €
Electricity – The power supply in Vienna is 230 volts and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. All sockets follow European standards. Austria uses 2-pin Schuko / Type F sockets and plugs, and are also compatible with the Europlug and the CEE 7/7 plug. To use American-type plugs, a 220-volt transformer should be used together with an adaptor plug.
Shopping Hours – Shops are usually open Monday – Friday from 9:00 – 18:30 and Saturday until 17:00 / 18.00; some shopping centres are open until 20:00 / 21:00 from Mon-Fri.
Shopping is available on Sundays and holidays at the large railway stations, at the airport and in the museum shops.
Taxis – For comprehensive information on Taxis in Vienna please visit this site.
Weather – Daytime temperatures usually reach a mild 15°C (58°F) in Vienna in October. Overnight temperatures are generally a little cool with an average low of 7°C (44°F).
Visas – Visa invitation letters will be available to download when registration for the Annual Meeting is opened.
Check if you need a visa HERE.
Museums – Most of Vienna’s museums open their doors daily. Some are closed once a week, often either on Monday or Tuesday. The daily opening times vary but are often open between 10:00 and 17:00. Some of the large museums offer art lovers one late evening per week and stay open until 20:00 or 21:00. All details at Vienna’s attractions
To ensure the safety of all those attending, we are aligning our health and safety measures with the Federal Ministry Republic of Austria’s COVID regulations. However, it is important that you take personal responsibility to travel safely and keep abreast of the regulations in your own country, as well as in Vienna.
Before you travel to Vienna, please check the applicable entry requirements for the country you are travelling from along with any regulations for your return travel. You can check requirements via the Federal Ministry Republic of Austria website: Coronavirus (sozialministerium.at). You should also check the regulations your airline or transport provider may have in place in relation to pre-travel Covid-19 testing and mask etiquette.
All travellers should follow the advice of the local authorities on how best to protect themselves and others.
Your health and safety whilst on site in Vienna is our primary concern. The Austria Center Vienna is fully operational with a full COVID protocol in place – further details can be found via their website here: Covid-19 prevention für Ihr Event | Austria Center Vienna (acv.at)
In Vienna only, FFP2 masks remain compulsory on public transport (as well as pharmacies). Children under the age of 6 are exempt, those from 6 to 13 can wear a regular mask while FFP2 masks are mandatory from the age of 14. (November 2022)
If you test positive for COVID-19 in Austria and do not have symptoms, you must wear an FFP2 mask when outside (except when outdoors and more than 2 metres away from other people).
If you have symptoms, you should stay at home.
Can you advise on travel restrictions and accommodation to Milan?
The regulations regarding international travel are subject to change on a regular basis. We are carefully monitoring this to ensure that we can provide our delegates and Industry partners with up-to-date information.
If social distancing rules are in place in October, how will you ensure safe distances are applied?
We will of course, adhere to the advice provided by the Government. However, in any case, our team is planning the Annual Meeting with social distancing in mind. The health and safety of exhibitors and delegates is our primary concern, and the venue will be set up accordingly.
Is the wearing of face masks compulsory during the Annual Meeting?
Face masks are no longer required to be worn. If you would like to wear a face mask but do not have one, spare masks will be onsite to use (subject to availability).
How can I access the presentations?
Scientific presentations will be available to delegates registered to the 37th EACTS Annual Meeting or Video-on-Demand package via the EACTS app and EACTS online media library.
How long will presentations be available to view on demand in the EACTS media library?
For 1 month on the app, and thereafter 1 year on the online media library – accessible to registered delegates of the 37th EACTS Annual Meeting only.
When can I access EACTS TV and Video-on-Demand?
EACTS TV will be aired from 10:00am on Thursday 5 October (subject to change). The Video-on-Demand will be available within 24 hours of each live session.