Steeped in history, Scotland's breathtaking capital seamlessly blends old and new and provides a perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city.  With stunning architecture, endless winding streets and an awe-inspiring castle perched on a dormant volcano, there's nowhere else quite like it.

Cosmopolitan in every sense, Edinburgh is Europe's festival capital. All year round, millions of visitors are drawn to the city for a series of remarkable social and scientific events.

Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, has a compact, accessible city centre, a frequent and reliable transport system and connections to global hubs through Edinburgh Airport. 

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John McIntyre Conference Centre, The University of Edinburgh

18 Holyrood Park Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AY

Pollock Estate: A conference village in the city where delegates can breathe and make the most of the outdoors.

Located in the vibrant Southside of Edinburgh and nestled on the edge of Holyrood Park - a city space unlike any other with dramatic hills and crags shaping Edinburgh’s iconic skyline. Pollock Estate is home to the purpose-built John McIntyre Conference Centre and the classic mid-century South Hall, making it the ideal venue for RubberCon 2023.

With two onsite four-star hotels, Summer Campus accommodation and extensive landscaped gardens, the estate offers a residential conference village environment within the city. It is easily accessible on foot or by public transport from the city centre whilst also boasting electric car charging points and parking.

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