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The Nice-Acropolis Congress and Exhibition Centre

Located in the center of the city, The Nice-Acropolis Congress and Exhibition Centre designed by architects Buzzi, Bernasconi, and Baptiste has been totally redesigned and redecorated by the world-renowned French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte: a mix of grey, orange, beige and black colours giving to the Acropolis a sophisticated atmosphere with plenty of light, effects thanks to the natural light coming through the glass windows in some areas or the led lighted panels in others. 

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Palais des Congrès Nice Acropolis
1 esplanade Kennedy 06364 Nice cedex 4

Registration open on Monday 6 June at 09h00 here:



Nice offers a wide variety of accommodation from 5* hotels to hostels. Reserve your hotel soon to save on room rates.

The official hotel booking agency for ISPRS Congress is Raising Stones. You can find all information about the transfer/cancellation policy of your bookings and/or information for new bookings on the dedicated web site : HERE
For new bookings, you can go through the dedicated website HERE 

Pre and post conference tours

Some ideas for your discovery of Nice and and its surroundings. You will find all detailed information about the organized tours on the website from our partner Raising Stones: Here

Travel Information


International airport

Nice-Côte d’Azur is an international gateway and the second French airport in terms of traffic with a permanent link to the Paris Hub (a flight every 20-30 minutes) and direct flights from the main cities in Europe, the Middle East (Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Beyrouth, Dubaï), North America (New-York, Montreal) and North Africa (Marrakech, Casablanca, Tunis, Agadir, Monastir, Djerba, Alger, Constantine). Indeed, 56 regular airlines link Nice to nearly 100 destinations in 35 countries. More information very soon.

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Citizens of the EU need their national ID card (or passport). For others a passport is required. For visa procedures please check the French Embassy or Consulate in your own country. For some countries, a Visa is required when travelling to France. Please visit the following website for more information : A visa invitation letter can be obtained after your registration process has been completed in ConfTool. If you do not see “Visa Invitation Letter” in the main ConfTool menu, please select “Show User Account Details
In case you need a more specific visa letter, please contact : We recommend to start the visa application process at least 3 months prior to the congress. Obtaining a visa remains the sole responsibility of the participant. Regular cancellation deadlines apply, regardless of whether your visa was granted or not.

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