Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, has a compact, accessible city centre, a frequent and reliable transport system and connections to global hubs through Edinburgh Airport.
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 is a city of contrasts, from hills to shore. Steeped in history, yet thoroughly modern. Medieval buildings share the pavements with striking modern structures, centuries old craftsmanship rubs shoulders with cutting edge fashion and the peoples of the world mingle in the city's original pubs and contemporary restaurants to create a truly dynamic capital city.
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Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC)
The conference will be held in the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, known locally as the EICC, which is situated in the heart of the historic city of Edinburgh. It is just a short walk away from Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.
The striking circular design of the Centre has made it one of Edinburgh’s most distinctive landmarks. As you would expect from a world-class venue, the technical presentation and communication facilities are modern, efficient and adaptable.
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Edinburgh Travel Guide
Getting to Edinburgh
Getting around Edinbugh
National Museum of Scotland
Join us at the Ti-2023 gala dinner in the impressive Grand Hall at the National Museum of Scotland.
The National Museum of Scotland has exhibits and collections on topics ranging from Scottish antiquities, anthropology, history, science & technology and world culture.
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