The new venue selected (Museu do Oriente) is very close to the Lisbon harbour. The building although historical has been renovated and meets all requirements as a conference facility (ex: good and free wifi, perfect accessibility, etc.). Moreover, it holds an exquisite museum of Far East art and history. The EDEN RW11 participants will have a free one-day pass to visit the museum during the event.

Nevertheless, the conference space is autonomous from the museum and has an independent access. The auditorium is large (300 pax) but doesn’t feel too big. The breakout rooms have very flexible layouts. The conference registration has a dedicated counter at the entrance of the building.

Location is not far from the CCB (venue of the 2008 conference) and it’s even closer to the city centre. There’s a train station and bus lines serving the museum quarter.